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Healthy Eating for Healthy Living

A Systematic Approach to Dietary Habits & Behavioral Modifications within the Black American and African Faith-Based Communities

 

Health & Wellness:

 

Health & Wellness conference — Self-care It’s a Mind, Body and Spirit Connection

 

Financial Project:

 

Individual Development Accounts

Financial Aid Preparedness for Higher Education

 

Leadership Coaching & Training

 

Personal Development Awareness

 

Businesses Workshops

 

How to Start a Small Start-up Business

 

Civic Engagement

 

Neighborhood Conversations and Self-Sufficiency Workshops

During the summer months, MMS is especially devoted to learning about emergent community needs through various and ongoing efforts to engage Worcester residents in their houses of faith, community organizations, faith based meetings, and a wide array of other community groups and programs. For the past four years, through these Neighborhood Conversations and Self-Sufficiency Workshops, MMS has noticed a persistent need for information about emotional health and wellness mental services in the Worcester area and a strong presence of stigma around these important health issues.

 

A Matter of Balance for the Aging Community Members

 

This is a program designed to reduce the fear of falling and increase activity levels among older adults. A Matter of Balance includes eight two-hour sessions for a small group led trained facilitator, Linda Parham.

 

Chronic Disease Self-Management Program

This is a workshop given two and a half hours, once a week, for six weeks, in community settings such as senior centers, churches, libraries and hospitals. People with different chronic health problems attend together.

 

Community Development Planning

Community Resource Booklet for Worcester Residents

 

Diversity and Inclusion Consulting

How to Work, Collaborate and even Partner with Other Religious Denomination For the Purpose of Buildling Community Capacity

 

Strategic Planning

 

High-Impact Nonprofits as Social Entrepreneurs

 

Healthy Eating for Successful Living in Older Adults

 

• For seniors who want to learn more about nutrition and how lifestyle changes can promote better

  health.

• Goal setting, problem solving, group support, nutrition education, and self-assessment and

  management of dietary patterns.

 

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To be a builder of positive powers that will enhance the potentials of Black1 youth (ages 12 – 17) and young adults (ages 18 – 26), thereby enabling them to efficiently navigate and be of service to their neighborhoods.

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1. Black A person having origins in any of the Black racial groups of Africa, such as African American, Kenyan, Nigerian, or Haitian. https://www.census.gov/quickfacts/meta/long_RHI205210.htm

 

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