Our Non-Profit offers programs free to the community to help Senior Adult, Veterans and Families live healthier life styles.
We rely on charitable contributions to help with some of the cost so that these programs can remain FREE to those in need.
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Diabetes Education and Empowerment
FULL PLATE LIVING
The Full Plate Living interventon is a research based diabetes prevention weight management
program created by Loma Linda University. The goal of participants is to lose 5% of their inital weight in one year while trained diabetes educators teach eight two-hour weekly sessions. Topics include exploring the bene!ts of foods rich in fiber, water, and physical activity, learning how to eat on a small budget, shopping for healthy foods, and addressing weight management challenges, critical stress management and social support components.
Non Medical Transportion
Breast Cancer Awareness
Bernice's Food Pantry
The Diabetes Self-Management Program (DSMP) is a 5-week group program for people with type 2 diabetes. The Diabetes Empowerment Education Program, also known as DEEP™, is an education curriculum designed to help people with pre-diabetes, diabetes, relatives and caregivers gain a better understanding of diabetes self-care. Classes last a total of five weeks, providing participants with eight unique learning modules.
Providing Non Medical, wheelchair and ambultory accessible transportation to patients needing a ride to and from healthcare services: Doctor Appoinitment, Dialyisis Treatments, Dentist Appointments, etc...Certified, CPR/First Aid Trained Drivers provide reliable service with care. All services are free to patients.
No One Should Have To Face
Breast Cancer Alone
At QCOC our trained Lay Health Advisors, Witness Role Models and Peer Navigators are there to educate, support, and to help navigate women through the breast healthcare system.
Breast Cancer does not have to be a death sentences. We help connect you with resources and clarify the myths and the facts surrounding breast cancer.
Bernice saw her grandparents open their home to relatives to live there or to come by to get a home cooked meal when needed. It was during the early part of the 2000’s when Sister Bernice Hudson saw a need to assist church members to supplement their family’s monthly budget by creating a Food Pantry. That was the driving force behind her vision to have food accessible whenever needed. Today in honor of her memory Bernice's Food Pantry’s door is always open for those who need it.