OSAY helpline is a program organized by the Youth Ministries Department of Central Jamaica Conference of Seventh-day Adventists to provide young people who are faced with depression and various challenges access to confidential and professional counseling.
Operation Save a Youth
Operation Save a Youth otherwise known as OSAY, started approximately five (5) years ago. OSAY was the brain child of a youth, Kamara Dixon, who served the Manchester Adventist Youth Federation, a non-profit organization which supports Adventist Youth across Manchester. Kamara had a burning desire to reach out from merely a federation's standpoint, to the youth of the parish of Manchester, which would now include non-Adventists. Under the leadership of past president, Ann Nash, the framework was put together and the program Operation Save A Youth was born.
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I Want to Live Healthy
The Central Jamaica Conference’s Health Ministries Department is joining with the Jamaica Union and the Inter-American Division to launch the program, “I want to Live Healthy”, to promote a healthy lifestyle among its members. It is an 8-week adventure towards forming healthier habits, where the members of the churches are invited to start one healthy habit each week.