Community Outreach and Engagement

We organize numerous health campaigns, walks, and door-to-door initiatives to educate the people in our community about the unhealthy and deadly effects of drug use and overdose. As part of our strategy, we prepare healthy meals and take them to the bridges and parks for members of our community involved in this societal menace. We also assist in the placement of vulnerable children in foster homes, by referring them to the Department of Children and Families (DCF). We assist in referrals to detoxification agencies, who work on counseling this vulnerable population, in adopting healthier lifestyles.

Every Saturday, Our outreach program provides bag lunches filled with healthy, nutritious food prepared by our volunteers to feed those that are less fortunate and displaced at Lowell. Annually, we engage in community events and host an annual overdose awareness march to raise awareness of the overdose problems and to help reduce the stigma attached to addiction.

African Cultural Fest 2019
Pastor's Appreciation Banquet 2018