Healthy Carolinians of the Albemarle
Healthy Carolinians of the Albemarle (HCOTA) is a community-based network of agencies and citizens dedicated to improving the quality of life through health and wellness, where its main focus is to eliminate health disparities across the four counties of Camden, Currituck, Pasquotank, and Perquimans, by addressing the emerging health trends. HCOTA has two subcommittees; The Action to Benefit Chronic Disease (ABCD) subcommittee, and the Albemarle Fitness and Nutrition Council (AFNC) subcommittee.
To be a community-based network of agencies and citizens dedicated to improving the quality of life through health and wellness.
Funding Sources have included:
Counties of Currituck & Camden; Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust; State of North Carolina
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Action to Benefit Chronic Disease
The focus of this committee is to educate our communities and specifically target high-risk populations on signs, symptoms and prevention of the chronic diseases of heart, stroke and diabetes through monthly health tips and group activities.
Albemarle Fitness & Nutrition
This committee researches and promotes local fitness and recreation opportunities
and educates on the benefits of good nutrition in order to address obesity in adults and children.
Chair, Amy Underhill
Coordinator, Ann Roach
Action to Benefit Chronic Disease Committee, Georgia Kight
Albemarle Fitness & Nutrition Council, John Lamberson