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Central Coast Quality of Life Programs

Mission

The Central Coast Quality of Life Programs (CCQLP) recognizes that people living with chronic illness have unmet needs. CCQLP is committed to filling these gaps by improving the quality of life of persons with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) in the tri-county area of Monterey, Santa Cruz, and San Benito. Our programs serve families living with Parkinson’s disease (PD) in Monterey County. We work with clients and their families to create comprehensive individual plans and programs that support client independence. All of our services are free.

The Big Idea

Central Coast Quality of Life Programs (CCQLP) provides a variety of support services to the community. One of the most unique and popular offerings is the free adaptive exercise program hosted at the Monterey Sports Center, particularly for people living with multiple sclerosis or Parkinson’s disease. This program provides an important opportunity for exercise and socialization for many who often become isolated due to their disease. CCQLP’s plan is to expand the program to the YMCA in Salinas where clients will be able to participate in three classes per week, getting a low-impact, gentle workout.

I am so glad for this program, it de-stresses me like nothing else! Thank you so much for making my life better.

- Leslie, Monterey

We Did It, Together!

Monterey County Gives! was created to support the local nonprofit community's Big Ideas (and programs). And thanks to your participation and generosity, Monterey County Gives! raised over $5.3 million for 163 local nonprofits in 2019.

MCGives! has now raised and contributed over $27 million dollars since its inception ten years ago. That’s astounding. And wonderful.

Look for the 2020 Monterey County Gives! RFP (for applying nonprofits) in the Monterey County Weekly this June/July. Monterey County Gives! 2020 campaign kicks off in early November.

Thank you to all our Partners, Sponsors, nonprofit Board Directors, staff and volunteers — and each of our 4,902 donors. We did it, together.