Mission Statement

The Afghan Coalition is a non-profit community-based organization that seeks to empower refugee families, women and youth, both locally and in Afghanistan and to build bridges between the United States and Afghanistan. The mission is accomplished through the provision of community services, supporting member organizations’ community based programs and fostering understanding, reconciliation, reconstruction and mutual relations between the people of Afghanistan and the people of the United States.

The need is great

  • 95% of clients are below the poverty line

  • 87% of Afghan women in Afghanistan suffer from Domestic Violence.

  • Unfortunately, Domestic Violence does not stop when they come to the U.S. 

  • 45% of Afghans in the Bay Area suffer from PTSD:

Due to the COVID-19 concerns, effective 03/13/2020 we are discontinuing direct services at our office until further notice. Please call 911 for any emergencies. Note that following staff  members will be available by phone: Rona Popal (510-579-5767), Seema Farhad (510-244-9555), Abdullah Mojadiddi (510-335-2914), Elham (510-862-3574). Clients can drop off their forms in the office mailbox, our staff will fill them out and call clients when they are ready for pickup. Cultural counseling services can be provided by phone. Tele-health services can be utilized for Dr. Masoud Ghafoer's Mental Health (MH) services, which will be individually discussed with clients who are in our MH program.   

39155 Liberty Street D-460 Fremont, CA, 94538

(510)-745-1680