Dee Campbell-Carter - Missouri Health Talks - KBIA
BACK TO ALL STORIES
Dee Campbell-Carter

Dee Campbell-Carter

Lifestyle Coach, Live Well by Faith program

Stories with Dee Campbell-Carter

Coronavirus and Columbia's Black Community: 'I Feel Like a Flood is Coming for the Vulnerable

Coronavirus and Columbia's Black Community: 'I Feel Like a Flood is Coming for the Vulnerable

Verna Laboy is a health educator for Columbia/Boone County Public Health & Human Services, and runs the Live Well by Faith program, a community-based health program that targets chronic health conditions through black churches.

The program supports health ministries at 17 black churches in the area by providing health programming, training and resources for people in the congregation, and leaders within each church help run programming and do data collection.

She spoke with Dee Campbell-Carter, a lifestyle coach for the program, about just a few of the ways the ongoing coronavirus pandemic is impacting the black community here in Columbia – and how they’re supporting one another.

Copyright 2017 KBIA and The University of Missouri. Development and Design by Nathan Lawrence.