Expanded Food & Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP)

 

Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) provides free nutrition education workshops to low-incomes families living in Baltimore City. A series of interactive and culturally appropriate workshops are facilitated to groups by Nutrition Assistants trained in nutrition concepts and community-based education.

Participants will learn about basic food groups, nutritious food choices, ideas for meal preparation, food safety and storage practices, smart snacking, physical activity, and improving diet for a healthier lifestyle for individuals and families.

To schedule a series of workshops please contact Baltimore City EFNEP Coordinator, Maribet Brute, MPH, (410) 856-1850 ext. 122.

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Our work couldn't be possible without the collaboration of our community partners.

2 God B the Glory Housing Program

John Ruhrah Elementary/Middle School

A Step Forward

The Judy Centers, Baltimore City

Alliance for a Healthier Generation- Healthy Schools Program

Lakeland Elementary/Middle School

B'more Fit/Baltimore City Health Department

Man Alive, Inc.

Baltimore Medical System (BMSI)

Mis Raíces

Catholic Charities Head Start

Our House 

Chrysalis House Healthy Start

P.O.W. Center

Commodore John Rodgers E/M School       

Share Our Stregth

Dayspring Transitional Housing Program

Southeast Early Head Start

Dr. Carter Godwin Woodson E/M School

St. Vincent de Paul Head Start

Healthy Lives

   University of Maryland Baltimore, School of Medicine

Helping Up Mission

University of Maryland Baltimore, Office of  Community Engagement

Higher Achievement

Y Head Start Baltimore City

Hungry Harvest

YMCA of Central Maryland, Baltimore

Johns Hopkins Centro SOL

                                                   Thank you!

 EFNEP was featured on B'MORE Lifestyle TV show aired by MyTV Baltimore on 10/13/16!  Video courtesy of B'MORE Lifestyle.

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The University of Maryland, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources programs are open to all and will not discriminate against anyone because of race, age, sex, color, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, religion, ancestry, or national origin, marital status, genetic information, or political affiliation, or gender identity and expression.

 

Los programas del Colegio de Agricultura y Recursos Naturales de la Universidad de Maryland están abiertos a todos y no discriminará contra nadie debido a raza, edad, sexo, color, orientación sexual, discapacidad física o mental, religión, descendencia, origen nacional, estatus matrimonial, información genética, afiliación política, o identificación y expresión de género.

For more information, contact Maribet Brute
Last updated: 6/30/2017

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