The Minority Fellowship Program Alumni Community is your lifelong connection to the MFP. Currently, this branch of the MFP represents 408 alumni living throughout the United States with an alumnus working abroad with the US military. We invite and encourage MFP Fellows who transition through the program to stay connected to AAMFT, the MFP, and each other through active participation in the MFP Alumni Community. As an alumnus, there are many ways to serve and continue the tradition of helping students who share in the same passion that drives MFP Fellows to further research, teaching, and service to underserved and minority populations in the Marriage and Family Therapy profession.  Follow the links below to stay connected.

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Recent News & Alumni Achievements

SAMHSA 2-Year Commitment Forms

Please fill out and return as often as possible to keep the MFP up-to-date on your commitment to improving the (behavioral health) mental health substance abuse services to racial and ethnic minority populations.  


Darren Moore, PhD, MSMFT, LMFT

MFP Mentorship Propelled Dr. Moore to Achieve More!

In Dr. Moore’s transition from Assistant Professor to Associate Professor and Program Director, Dr. Moore has been able to continue emphasizing substance abuse and minority mental health at the program level, in addition to the supervision he has done with students, individuals seeking licensure, and individuals seeking AAMFT approved supervisor status.


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Adriatik Likcani, PhD, LMFT


Adriatik Secures 
SAMHSA Grant to Build Communities of Recovery in Missouri

Establishing a nonprofit social service agency with a focus on substance use disorders has helped lay the foundation for present-day research and building communities of recovery in the cross-roads of America...
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MFP Events

Join the MFP at the AAMFT19 Annual Conference for the MFP Showcase, a meet and greet for MFP Fellows, Alumni, Mentors, and interested students who will apply for the 2020-2021 cohort.

If you would like to attend please send the MFP an email at