November 1, 2012
What is being done at Cornerstone is so needed. My pprogram partnered with Cornerstone to provided free diabetes education classes to those in the community that they serve. In the classes, the clients learn about preventing and managing diabetes, A1c, carbohydrates, etc. The classes are always full and they don't turn people away. They have not only educated their clients about diabetes but provided them with cooking classes so they can have hands on healthy eating experiences. Cornerstone goes the extra miles to provide everyday living skills. For example, they take the clients on a trip to the grocery store and they learn how to shop on a budget while preparing that healthy meal and learning to read labels. They also have a food pantry, clothing store and a medical clinic. I have sent people to them because I know that they will provide what they need or lead them in the direction they need to go. The staff serves the community from their hearts. This agency looks at the whole person and holds out their arms and says, Welcome, how can we help you. Signed, Toya Norton
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