Thanks to Bon Secours and the Robins Foundation, the East End has a new center offering cooking classes, nutrition education, adolescent behavioral health services and wellness therapies for hypertension, diabetes and cardiac conditions.

The name of the Bon Secours Sarah Garland Jones Center for Healthy Living was unveiled last month in a ceremony at the East End location. 

The center is named after one of Bon Secours' founders.   Jones was the first African American woman licensed to practice medicine in Virginia, in 1893.