The Food Safety and Nutrition Education program in Clark County provides research based food safety and nutrition information to consumers. Washington State University Extension Food Safety and Nutrition programs help families make food and physical activity choices that promote health and prevent disease.
Nutrition Education Programs
PreventT2 is a 1-year lifestyle change program proven to prevent or delay type 2 diabetes. Participants meet in groups with a trained lifestyle coach to learn ways to incorporate healthier eating and physical activity as well as problem-solving, stress-reduction, and coping skills, into their daily lives.
The Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) is a federal and state funded program designed to teach nutrition information to parenting adults and to children living in low-income neighborhoods.
A nutrition education program that teaches youth and adults with limited incomes skills and behaviors to eat healthy and maximize the value of their food dollars and food assistance benefits.
Food Preservation and Safety Helpline
Call for food safety and food preservation issues Monday through Friday 9am – 4pm, at 564-397-5366. Please leave a message and your call will be returned. National Food Safety and Nutrition Hotlines offer additional assistance.
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