One of CCE’s oldest initiatives, Family Health and Wellness has evolved from a homemaker-focused program to serve the changing needs of families, consumers and homeowners. Programs today provide information on diabetes education, nutrition, developing healthy lifestyles, and raising responsible children.
FHW educators collaborate with other county agencies and community-based organizations to support families, especially limited-resources families with young children. Development opportunities are also offered for family support professionals who work to strengthen families.
Some wonderful and nutritional meals can be made with the recipes in this book. Each recipe is in both English and Spanish.
A comprehensive list of programs designed for community-based organizations i.e., public libraries, child care centers, schools, PTAs and human service agencies.
Hitting the road for a picnic or cookout? Remember these food safety tips!
It’s important for consumers, especially parents to learn all they can about pure caffeine powder.
The Eat Smart New York program tries to improve health and reduce chronic disease for low-income adults and youth.
Most people try to reduce their calorie intake by focusing on food, but another way to cut calories may be to think about what you drink.
Last updated December 16, 2014