Latest news

MAS-SSF Annual Banquet

Saturday, May 21, 2016 4:30PM - 10PM

For Tickets:

Positive Parenting
Aug 22nd and Aug 29th

by Mohamed Rida Beshir

Tickets for Saturday, Aug 22nd (Seminar in Arabic),

please click:


Tickets for Saturday, Aug 29th (Seminar in English with interpretation available in Dari/Pashto),

please click:


Save the date : Annual Fundraising Banquet

Saturday, May 30, 2015

Senior Project Community Forum

Saturday, May 16, 2015 at 11:30 AM

Strengthening The American Muslim Family

Saturday, March 21, 2015 at 6:30 PM

Amala ("Hope" in Arabic), is an up and coming hotline that seeks to offer an accessible form of culturally competent counseling and serve as a resource for Muslim youth.

Nassiba Cherif, MA Marriage and Family Therapy, represented MAS Social Service Foundation by serving as a judge in "Directing Change Student Video Contest" as part of the California Mental Health Services Authority (CalMHSA), a statewide effort to help prevent suicide, reduce stigma and discrimination related to mental illness, and promote the mental health of students.
The video contest is one of many initiatives funded by the Mental Health Services Act (Prop 63) and administered by the CalMHSA, an organization of county governments working to improve mental health outcomes for individuals, families and communities.
More about the project at


Muslim Youth: Connected
   (for young men 13-18 years)

Second and fourth Saturday of every month at 4pm,
Starting November 10, 2012

Sisterhood of Support

At MAS Social Services Foundation.



Millati Islami

MAS Social Services Foundation is happy to announce the start of a drug addiction support group (Alcohol, narcotics, prescription medication) Studies have shown that drug addiction support groups are the only proven "treatment program" that supports long-term sobriety. Addicts continue to attend meetings years after they stop using because they know that without that support they are more likely to succumb to the drugs again.
The program is called Millati Islami.

MillatiIslami is a Twelve Step recovery program for persons that experience problems associated with addiction.  The steps and traditions of Millati Islami are based upon Islamic principles. With the traditional Twelve Step program some principles have proven to be in accord with our Islamic way of life.  When Islamic principles are included, they have proven to further enhance the recovery process.
To learn more about the Narcotics Anonymous support group, or Millati Islami, go to:

Ccontact us for meeting dates and times.


Muslim American Society,
Social Services Foundation


Muslim American Society-Social Services Foundation is a non-profit that aims to aid families at large and the Muslim community in particular with their social services needs


The Muslim American Society-Social Services Foundation strives to be at the forefront of the community's social services needs and to support the community in attaining the overall well-being of individuals and families