TeamQCP Runners Start Spring Workouts

Queens Centers for Progress now has a running team! Individuals from QCP’s Day Services program began their workouts on January 16th, 2020.  QCP Staff lead the enthusiastic group in warmups, drills and a run/walk regimen that will ready them for their first competitive 5K- the agency’s community run/walk- the Footsteps for Progress 5K. For the past 4 years, the group participated in fall only workouts with the Women’s Track Team… Read More

QCP Honors John Bowne HS – Most Spirited Cheer Group

  Students from John Bowne High School in Flushing received a rousing welcome at Queens Centers for Progress (QCP)  when they visited on Friday, January 10, at 12:30PM, at the QCP Adult Center at 81-15 164 Street in Jamaica. The enthusiastic high school students won the “Most Spirited High School” award for their support at the NYC Marathon Team QCP “Cheer Station.” With banners, balloons, and noisemakers, twenty students cheered on the thirteen… Read More


QCP 2019 STAFF APPRECIATION NOVEMBER 8, 2019 Congratulations to QCP Staff who were awarded Years of Service Recognition and walked the RED CARPET! It was a great afternoon at QCP! See more pictures here ==>


QUEENS CENTERS FOR PROGRESS FAMILY ASSOCIATION TO HONOR CHAMPIONS Champion Awards For QCP Individuals With Developmental Disabilities See more pictures here ==> On Tuesday, November 5, at 6PM, the QCP Family Association held its fourth annual “QCP Champions Awards” at the QCP Auditorium (81-15 164 Street, Jamaica). Margaret MacPherson, President of the QCP Family Association, remarked, “The event promises to be fun and informative, as it honors individuals who… Read More

QCP Artists’ Work Displayed At Resorts World Casino NYC Red Wall Gallery

INDEPENDENCE DAY AND SUMMER IN THE CITY ART ON DISPLAY AT RESORTS WORLD CASINO NYC RED WALL GALLERY Back for their second year in a row, the resident artists from Queens Centers For Progress (QCP) have debuted their work at the Resorts World Casino NYC Red Wall Gallery The QCP artists have created thirteen pictures for the exhibit, under the direction of QCP staff member, Rosa Rodriguez. According to Rodriguez,… Read More