MAKING A DIFFRENCE IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY
The African American Health Program has been delivering free, critical health services to Montgomery County residents since 1999. We equip County residents with tools, resources, and knowledge to help them adopt healthy lifestyles.
KICKSTART YOUR HEALTH!
AAHP's Health Promotion classes help attendees learn how to prevent and manage chronic diseases like diabetes, heart disease and cancer.
SUPPORTING AFRICAN AMERICAN MOMS
AAHP's S.M.I.L.E. (Start More Infants Living Equally healthy) Program addresses the high rate of infant mortality among Black women in Montgomery County.
SHINE IN YOUR SENIOR YEARS!
AAHP implements programs and services designed to assist seniors in maintaining and improving their health as they age. Learn more about AAHP’s services for seniors.
What we do.
The African American Health Program (AAHP) is committed to ending health disparities that affect the Black/African American population of Montgomery County, Maryland. To realize the vision of a Black population as safe and as healthy as other populations, AAHP offers free, culturally-competent health-promoting services, events, and resources to Montgomery County residents.
AAHP focuses on eliminating health disparities in six major health areas: maternal and child health, HIV/AIDS/STI, diabetes/cardiovascular disease, cancer, oral health, and mental health.
DIABETES/ HEART HEALTH
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