Health Promotion

Service Linkage:


The Service Linkage program links Afghan seniors to an array of services – health, social services, transportation, housing, legal, social security, etc. Our staff provides translation and assistance with completing documents related to citizenship, immigration, taxes, Medi-Cal, and other needed resources.  Additionally, they conduct community outreach.

Medication Management:


Medication Management collaborates with City of Fremont Human Services Department’s Public Health Nurse to decrease medication errors.  Utilizing medication review and education, the program increases elder Afghans’ compliance with medical protocols and self-management.



The Stanford Chronic Disease Self-Management Program (CDSMP) is an evidence-based, 6-week group that trains self-management skills to adults with chronic disease.

AEA also offers other support groups, such as the diabetes support group.

Happy Healthy –Me:


Happy Healthy –Me is an evidence-based, participant-driven program that is focused on increasing self-management. It emphasizes personal choice and responsibility for deciding how to integrate healthy behaviors into daily life in order to manage chronic conditions.



Afghan Elderly Association

Address: 3300 Capitol Ave

Fremont, CA 94538

Phone: 510.574.2059 or 510.574.2075

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