AHELP

AcronymDefinition
AHELPAlaska Health Education Library Project
AHELPAssociation for the Health Enrichment for Large People (Radford, VA)
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Under the Affordable Housing Energy Loan Program (AHELP), Energy Capital "could originate loans to owners of HUD properties for three years, or until a cap of $200 million in loan originations was reached." (29)
SIR - Whether we speak Welsh or not (it's ahelp if you have some knowledge), let's stand up for Wales and try to put aside and learn from the terrible hurts of the past and look forward to the future.
Even a half-fit Bergkamp would be ahelp to manager Arsene Wenger with so many players out through injury, suspension and, in Kanu's case, international duty.
AETN has also instituted employee-led health and fitness activities that employees can participate in, including noon and afternoon exercise classes and participation in the Arkansas Healthy Employee Lifestyle Program (AHELP).
AHelp The Aged spokeswoman said: "We don't know these people.
The AHELP program, which targeted 10,000 state employees, aims to reduce the number of employees who use tobacco, improve nutritional choices available to employees, increase the number of employees getting age-appropriate screenings and increase the number of employees who participate in physical activity and maintain a healthy weight.
AHelp her keep them at bay by massaging her hands with skin cream to boost the circulation.