Steps to Health 2nd Grade School program serves 2nd graders across North Carolina. The program consists of 9 sessions that are designed to educate and inspire young children to eat smart. Hands-on activities, games, and physical…READ THE REST »
This adult nutrition education program is designed for use in various community locations including senior centers and congregate nutrition sites. The curricula address many of the top risk factors for malnutrition such as…READ THE REST »
Steps to Health: Eat Smart Move More – Take Control serves adults across North Carolina. The program is a 6 session chronic disease prevention program that provides strategies to help adults manage their health. It informs,…READ THE REST »
Color Me Healthy for SNAP-Ed is a nutrition and physical activity program for children ages four and five. It is designed to stimulate all the senses of young children: touch, smell, sight, sound, and of course, taste. It uses…READ THE REST »
Steps to Health 3rd Grade School program serves 3rd graders across North Carolina. The program consists of 9 sessions that are designed to educate and inspire young children to eat smart. Hands-on activities, games, and physical…READ THE REST »
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Steps to Health’s, North Carolina State University’s SNAP-Ed program, annual stakeholders reports indicates program participants are making positive changes in their diet and physical activity behaviors. Steps to Health Stakeholders Report MORE »
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program-Education (SNAP-Ed) serves limited resource individuals and families across North Carolina. SNAP-Ed is funded by the United States Department of Agriculture-Food and Nutrition Service and works in collaboration with MORE »