Food stamp nutrition education program




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4. E Annually, integrate nutrition message in Ag Day.

4. E.1 CDFA contacts FNS partners to arrange participation in annual Ag Day at the state capitol.

  • Ag Day was held March 29, 2006 at the West Steps of the Capitol with CDE, Network and SNAP all hosting booths.

  • SNAP partners participate in Ag Day 2007.




CDFA & SNAP

3/06

3/07

4. F Ensure SHAPE California promotes increased fruit and vegetable consumption.



4. F.1. SHAPE California is a network of over 90 school districts working together to improve the health and academic success of California children.

  • Plan and conduct regional SHAPE California meetings in fall and spring as the primary educational event for people involved with child nutrition services. Attendees include child nutrition program directors, teachers, curriculum specialists, public health professionals, and other community members. http://www.cde.ca.gov/ls/nu/he/shape.asp




CDE Network


Ongoing


4. G. Disseminate Harvest of the Month (HOTM) educational resources http://www.harvestofthemonth.com/



4. G.1 Collaborate with WIC, UCD, DSS, and CDE to identify resources for HOTM website focusing on family/consumer needs.


4. G.2 Increase the number of partners contributing to the development and dissemination of HOTM.


4. G.3 Implement process evaluation of HOTM.

  • Selected and oriented 4 middle school sites by December 2005

  • Provided resources and training on HOTM by January 2006.

  • Analysis of results is planned for Summer 2006 with report of findings issued in Fall 2006




Network


SNAP Partners


Network


Ongoing


By Fall 2006


4. H Evaluate nutrition education efforts to increase fruit and vegetable consumption.

4. H.1 Build capacity of staff in selected LIAs to develop evaluation plans for Fruit & Vegetable Impact Evaluation Project. Outcomes include:

  • Capacity building materials and tools

  • Report of Impact Evaluation Project

  • Presentations at national conferences: American Evaluation Association (2004,2005), International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (2004) and Network annual Social Marketing Conference (2003-2007)

  • Technical assistance to facilitate use of findings for program improvement.


4. H.2 Analyze results of LEAF pilot grants and make recommendations based on their effective environmental strategies.

  • Internal review conducted in winter 2004-05. Results being analyzed by U.C. Berkeley Center for Weight and health, with release scheduled for spring 2006.


4. H.3 Analyze results from FSNEP’s evaluation of 60,000 food stamp eligible participants. Using the Food Behavior Checklist, monitor changes over time to see increases in Fruit and Vegetable consumption patterns


Network


Network


FSNEP

By

9/07


By 3/1/06


6/05 – 9/06

4. I Provide direct nutrition education materials in food stamp offices.

4. I.1 Develop and distribute a Food Stamp Office Nutrition Education Resource Kit consisting of a video, kiosk, poster and recipes.

  • Development completed.

  • Kit distributed to 53 County Welfare departments. Follow-up nutrition activities provided in local welfare offices.




Network

DSS

FSNEP


Summer 2006

Fall 2006

  1. Coordination and Communication: Access to current, accurate and useful information will be available to FNS programs, local partners and external stakeholders.

5.A Implement local CNAP pilot projects

5. A.1 Select pilot counties

  • Alameda, Riverside, Stanislaus

5. A.2 Execute contracts via WIC, provide technical assistance and support

5. A.3 County Nutrition Action Plans received by SNAP

5. A.4 Provide technical assistance to counties creating CNAPs but not funded.

5. A.5 Work with FSNEP counties to develop local SNAP activities


WIC


FSNEP

9/2005

4/2006

Ongoing

By 9/30/07

5.B Support CCLHDN CNAP initiative

5. B.1 Assist in planning and conducting CCLHDN annual meeting

5. B.2 Provide support, coordination and assistance to counties wishing to create CNAPs.

  • Attend strategy meeting for Yolo county – provide resources

SNAP

Partners


Spring 2006

5.C Communicate with partners about SNAP and CNAP initiatives

5. C.1 Speak at meetings and conferences about SNAP and CNAP

  • CCLHDN

  • CCLHO

  • COPI/PANCI

  • CWA Annual Meeting

  • CWDA Annual Meeting& monthly food stamp committee meetings

  • Joint Steering committee Network and 5 a Day

  • CNC Annual Conference

  • UC-FSNEP Steering Committee


5. C.2 Show SNAP exhibit at meetings and conferences

  • California Child Care Annual Roundtable meeting

  • National meeting of Networks

  • CWA Annual Conference

  • CWDA Annual Conference

  • CNC Annual Conference

  • Ag Day

  • UC-FSNEP Annual Statewide Conference

  • UC-FSNEP Annual Administrative Conference




CDE UC- FSNEP

DHS DSS and CDFA


SNAP Partners



3/2006

4/2006

4/2006

4/2006


4/2006

5/2006

8/2006


10/2005

8/2006

4/2006


5/2006

4/2006


5. D Provide mechanism for communication between local entities about county activities.

5. D.1 Work with CCLHDN to establish website.

5. D.2 Collect data on existing county plans.

  • List of existing county plans on SNAP website.




WIC

CCLHDN


Summer 2006

5. E Develop State SNAP website to provide comprehensive nutrition information

5. E.1 Review existing websites

  • Spark people: promoted at the Santa Clara county conference

  • USDA

  • Robert Wood Johnson http://activeliving.org/ newsletter


5. E.2 Contact ITSD regarding portal requirements

  • Numerous phone calls, email sent

WIC



9/15/06


10/4/06

5. F Track efforts of external partners to increase fruit and vegetable consumption as part of a healthy lifestyle.

5. F.1 Los Angeles County

  • Manhattan Beach Parks and Recreation Department Health and Wellness Initiative created a partnership with Manhattan Beach Farmer’s Market.

5. F.2 Vending policy

WIC







1 Chenoweth, D. (2005). The economic cost of physical inactivity, obesity, and overweight in California adults during the year 2000: a technical analysis. Sacramento, CA: California Department of Health Services, Cancer Prevention and Nutrition Section and Epidemiology and Health Promotion Section.

2 U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Center of Disease Control and Prevention (2004, August 27). REACH 2010 Surveillance of Health Status in Minority Communities—United States, 2001-2002. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, 53 (SS06).

3 Advisory Board Members to include: Amy Tonkonogy (WGBH-Boston), Elsie Szeto (NHUSD Foodservice), and Vince Rosato (Searles Elementary School).

4 CE NFCS Advisors: Margaret Johns (Kern), Cathi Lamp (Tulare).

5 Other advisory board members: Lucy Hicks (California food Policy Advocates), Rhonda DeVaux (California School Nutrition Association), Elsie Szeto (New Haven Unified School District Foodservice).

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