Letter from the Project Director
On Behalf of myself, the Board of Directors, and the Staff of Jefferson Comprehensive Health Center/Mississippi SHINE Project, I extend to you a warm welcome!
The health of our communities depends on having access to care and educational resources that can assure a good quality of life.
Through the Mississippi SHINE Project, we provide these resources and care by offering general health screening, nutritional education, obesity management, and diabetes management. Educational sessions are conducted by certified and trained staff that change lives by directly engaging communities.
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We hold various events to spread the good word about healthy living.
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We hold seminars and cooking events at schools and other locations to show how to plan and prepare healthy meals. We also hand out healthy eating educational materials for later reference.
Chronic Disease Management
We host and regularly participate in health screening events as well as give out supplies for BMI & Obesity Management and associated diseases like diabetes and hypertension.
Our children hold the future, but require a different educational approach. We offer events tailored to children to keep them energized and interested in the health information we share.
We like to be proactive in our approach to medicine. We frequently demonstrate healthcare checks such as blood pressure, blood sugar, BMI, and more to keep people aware of their options for detecting and solving health issues before they become serious.
We hold demonstrations of exercise techniques, blood pressure monitoring, glucose monitoring, and more to directly show the public how to improve their health rather than just throwing information at them.
Here are a few of our past events.
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This project is/was supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) under grant No. D60RH25759-04-01 for Delta State Rural Development Network Grant Program amount totaling $1,071,440 for grant implementation. This information or content and conclusions are those of the author and should not be construed as the official position or policy of, nor should any endorsements be inferred by HRSA, HHS or the U.S. Government.