Muslim Family Services Detroit

Sr. Aliah Edited

Aliah Azmeh is one of the counselors here at Muslim Family Services (MFS), located in Detroit, MI. Sr. Aliah graduated in 2007 from the University of Michigan with a Master’s degree in Social Work. She has worked primarily in the physical and mental health fields.She is a licensed Social Worker in the states of Michigan and Ohio. In the recent years, Sr. Aliah has worked as a therapist, concentrating in the pre-marriage, marriage, family and individual fields of clients from various backgrounds. She has also conducted workshops on marriages and family issues to different Muslim communities in southeast Michigan and central Ohio. With MFS, Sr.Aliah will be concentrating on providing counseling services, evaluations, and resources for the people of Michigan.


We'd like to give a sincere thank you to our generous volunteers: Dahlia Afr, Nermeen Elnabtity, Maricruz Khalife, Randa Seifeldin, and Mariam, for investing their time and efforts into making MFS a more beautiful looking office. They spent their Friday morning pulling out weeds from the office's surrounding areas.

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On Saturday Oct. 15th, MFS was a part of IAGD Mosque's Career Exploration Fair for high school and college students.


The event had an an incredible turnout — more than a hundred high schoolers and college students attended to explore various careers they could potentially study and find a career in. In addition, over 60 professionals and experts were at the fair to answer the many questions youth have about careers they are interested in.

Staff members Irum Ibrahim and Tanjin Ahamed shared important information about MFS and the many services that the non-profit organization offers. Ibrahim and Ahamed also touched on what it entails to work for a non-profit, including the variety of majors and backgrounds a staff team usually consists of.

Volunteer and internship opportunities were also given. If you missed the career fair and would like to sign-up to volunteer or intern with MFS, please fill out the following forms. 

1. Volunteering Form

2. Internship Form

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MFS would like to thank Dahlia Afr and her volunteers (Roze Kadri, Nermeen Elnabtity, and Maricruz Khalife) for all of their generous efforts in tidying up our Detroit food pantry on Friday, October 14. We pray that He (swt) reward you for your efforts and accept the best of your intentions.

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In the beginning of August 2016, MFS officially announced the opening of its third floor of the Sakinah House to welcome single mothers and their children. This video will give you an overview of the Sakinah House, its purpose and aim, and how the third floor will help the home flourish.