The SNAP-Ed Toolkit is moving!

The Toolkit and its resources, including evidence-based interventions and the SNAP-Ed Evaluation Framework, will soon be housed within the SNAP-Ed Connection website. Please look for future communication regarding that transition. Thanks. — The Toolkit Team

man grocery store (2)The Food and Nutrition Service’s SNAP-Ed Evaluation Framework gives SNAP-Ed professionals the powerful ability to collectively share successes. The Evaluation Framework is SNAP-Ed’s opportunity to produce cumulative results using standardized, evidence-informed methods to share with our clients, partner organizations, stakeholders, and policy makers. Aligning with the Social-Ecological Model featured in the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, the 51 indicators in the framework represent the consideration, negotiation, and collaboration of representatives from State SNAP Agencies, Land-grant universities (cooperative extension system), public health departments, and other Implementing Agencies, such as food banks, Indian Tribal Organizations, and nonprofit organizations that plan, deliver, and evaluate SNAP-Ed programs.

The SNAP-Ed Interpretive Guide is incorporated in the SNAP-Ed Toolkit’s interactive Evaluation Framework, which was a collaborative effort between USDA, ASNNA, and NCCOR with contributions and review from a wide network of experts. To accompany the integrated SNAP-Ed Evaluation Framework and Interpretive Guide, you can read Practitioner Stories that describe how SNAP-Ed agencies have used the Evaluation Framework.

Learn more about the SNAP-Ed Evaluation Framework:


Evaluation Framework Suggested Citation (APA):

U.S. Department of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Service. (2016). The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education (SNAP-Ed) Evaluation Framework: Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Obesity Prevention Indicators: Interpretive Guide to the SNAP-Ed Evaluation FrameworkRetrieved [date], from