Online Resources – Additional Resources
|Illinois Nutrition Education Programs
|Illinois NEP Facebook. By State of Illinois.
|IDPH Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
|State of Iowa Department Health and Human Services – Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). By IDPH.
|Missouri Food Finder
|The Missouri Food Finder (www.MOFoodFinder.org (opens in new window)) is a new online tool that easily connects Missouri consumers with people growing and selling locally produced food in their region. By University of Missouri Extension.
|Online Story Time & Coronavirus: It’s Fair Use, Folks
|As your library moves many of its services online in response to the coronavirus pandemic, you may be wondering about the legality of posting recorded story times to your Facebook or YouTube page. The answer lies in “fair use.” By American Library Association Public Programs Office.
|Copywrite Information-Online Book Reading
|Online Book Reading Guidelines. By Simon & Schuster.
|Massachusetts SNAP-Ed Website
|State Of Massachusetts SNAP-Ed Website. By State of Massachusetts.
|Texas A&M AgriLife Extension
|Presenting Facebook live sessions; working with partnering agencies through their online platforms to provide education; providing nutrition, physical activity, and gardening tips and recipes; working with schools, food banks and pantries vary from county to county across the state to provide relevant nutrition, food safety, and food resource information. Work with our horticulture – Master Gardeners, Master Wellness Volunteers, food safety/hand hygiene and nutrition specialists; strategically develop alternative educational deliveries. By Texas A&M.
|Washington State University
|There has been some effort to collaborate with Master Gardener programs, to help donate or otherwise use food plants that would have been sold at the MG annual plant sales, to improve food access through food bank, community and personal gardens. WA State MG program has just decided that any plants grown by Master Gardeners are not allowed to be distributed in any way, due to concerns that coronavirus could be spread somehow through plants. By State of Washington.
|Clemson University SNAP-Ed, South Carolina
|Providing indirect supports like handouts to partners who are providing essential services (food banks, school meals, grocery stores), adapting in-person lessons to be delivered via Zoom, Cooking Matters via partner Facebook site (a church), continuous communication with partners to find opportunities to support (e.g.: schools, feeding sites, etc), maintaining resource list that is on our website clemsonsnaped.com and sending to partners. By Clemson.
|Indigenous Food and Agriculture Initiative
|COVID-19 Resource Library. Our team at the Indigenous Food and Agriculture Initiative is working to provide up-to-date educational resources relating to COVID-19 for Indian Country. By University of Arkansas.
|Fresh Conversations (FC) is a direct education, newsletter-based intervention for seniors. FC targets behaviors known to reduce chronic disease burden and promote healthy aging. It promotes healthier food and beverage choices across food groups to move closer to Dietary Guidelines for Americans. By Iowa Department of Public Health.
|A multi-component nutrition and physical activity education program for preschool age children and their families. CHILE Plus is the dissemination project of CHILE, a randomized control trial conducted by the University of New Mexico Prevention Research Center (UNM PRC). By University of New Mexico Prevention Research Center.
|Go Wild with Fruits and Veggies!
|Go Wild with Fruits & Veggies (Go Wild) is a nutrition education program designed to increase consumption of fruits and vegetables and increase physical activity through direct education and PSE level intervention. By University of Minnesota Extension.
|SNAP-Ed Soccer for Success
|Soccer for Success (SfS) is a direct education intervention designed to improve fitness levels of participants, improve nutritional knowledge and behavior of participants (and their families), and improve youth development outcomes of participants. By U.S. Soccer Foundation.
|CATCH is a PSE change and direct education intervention aiming to prevent childhood obesity in school-age children. The two main behavioral targets are helping children identify and choose healthy foods and increasing moderate-to-vigorous physical activity (MVPA). By CATCH Global Foundation; University of Texas School of Public Health (UTHealth).
|Bingocize® is a 10-week program designed to increase physical activity and reduce sedentary behavior. Specifically, Bingocize® can increase older adults’ functional fitness, knowledge of falls prevention, and social engagement in a variety of settings, including community senior centers and congregate meal sites. By Western Kentucky University Center for Applied Science in Health & Aging.
|Real Life Good Food
|Real Life, Good Food features healthy eating tips, physical activity ideas, and recipes. Learn about the basics of healthy eating including the food groups, portion sizes, sugar, beverages, and label reading. By University of Minnesota Extension.
|COVID-19 Response from the Nutrition and Obesity Policy, Research and Evaluation Network
|Includes a link to the RWJF HER spreadsheet of resources related to food insecurity or diet quality/nutritional adequacy and COVID-19 and the NOPREN COVID-19 Food Access Work Group, which has multiple subgroups working on relevant topics like early childhood, charitable food system and rural food insecurity. By Nutrition & Obesity Network: Policy Research and Evaluation.
|ASPHN’s Library of Reliable COVID-19 Information
|Make just one stop for reliable COVID-19 guidance in public health nutrition. Go to ASPHN’s COVID-19 Library of Reliable Information. ASPHN continues to add information to this landing page with categorized links to help you quickly find relevant resources to support your initiatives during crisis. Categories include:
• Funding Opportunities
• General Information (CDC)
• Health Equity (coming soon)
• Re-opening Guidelines (new)
• State-Specific General Information
• Federal Public Health Funders
• Food Security
• Pregnancy, Breastfeeding & Infant Nutrition
• K-12 & ECEs
• Food Safety
• Food Systems
• Vendor & Food Service
By Association of State Public Health Nutritionists.
|Feeding Your Family with Emergency Food Box
|Feeding your family with what is in the Box. By University of Minnesota Extension.
OTHER ONLINE RESOURCES FOR SNAP-ED CLIENTS
Additional Online Resources