Currently, AFCS is running the Roshni Project which is funded by Ealing Council under its Choosing Health initiative. It is part of the Southall Healthy Living Initiative and counsels Asian people, either living or working in the Ealing area. This will come to an end on 31st March 2016.
It also runs the Raksha project (funded by the Cadbury's Trust) which deals with the victims of domestic violence in the Birmingham area.
Past AFCS projects include three initiatives which were funded by the Department of Health between 1996 and 2008.
The first project, Nai Umeed , counselled Asian women who had attempted suicide or were suicidal.
The second project, Naya Raasta , counselled Asian people who were depressed and on anti depressants.
The third project, Aastha (2005-2008), counselled Asian clients who suffered from anxiety, depression or were self harming and suicidal.