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 ==> http://bit.ly/QCP2019StaffAppreciation


QUEENS CENTERS FOR PROGRESS FAMILY ASSOCIATION TO HONOR CHAMPIONS Champion Awards For QCP Individuals With Developmental Disabilities See more pictures here ==> http://bit.ly/QCP2019Champions 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

QCP Celebrates Renovated Lobby At 164th Street

Queens Centers for Progress celebrated the opening of their new lobby at 81-15 164 Street at 10AM on July 9. The new lobby embodies the multi-service health model that QCP has adopted. See all pictures at http://bit.ly/2G3m2he QCP operates an Article 16 Clinic, which provides evaluation and treatment services to people with developmental disabilities. The Advanced Care Alliance (ACA), housed on the agency’s third floor, serves individuals who have a… Read More

QCP Hosts Annual Gala With “Summer Of ’69” Theme

JAMAICA, NY – On June 25, 2019 QCP hosted its annual gala at Terrace on the Park in Queens. The theme was the “Summer of ’69,” in honor of the fiftieth anniversary of that fabled year. This event recognized individuals who deserve thanks and admiration for their unparalleled service to the community, and all proceeds go to benefit more than 1500 people with developmental disabilities served by QCP throughout Queens.… Read More