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Nutrition and Healthy Living
Oregon State University Family and Community Health services in Umatilla County include the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education (SNAP-Ed) program as well as services for the community at large focused on the establishment of healthy eating habits and a physically active lifestyle. You can find us in schools, DHS offices, Head Start classrooms, WIC clinics and at a large variety of community events.
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SNAP-Ed is a federally funded nutrition education and obesity prevention program targeting SNAP eligible audiences. The program provides evidence-based interventions including hands-on learner-centered direct education as well as community-based work related to policy, systems, and environmental change. Funding is provided in part by USDA's Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program through a contract with Oregon Department of Human Services.
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For questions or more information, please contact Angie Treadwell, at 541-922-3321 x2250, Irrigon, or (541) 278-5403, Pendleton.
Nutrition and Healthy Living Resources:
- Food Hero Healthy Recipes
- My Plate Healthy Living
- Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
- Dietary Guidelines for Americans, 2015-2020
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