SNAP-Ed

SNAP-Ed

The Maryland Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP-Ed) is a nutrition education program that serves individuals and families eligible for SNAP (EBT).  SNAP-Ed educators in St. Mary's County provide resources to help people lead healthy lives through increased food access and improved overall health through nutrition and physical activity.  SNAP-Ed partners with community organizations to change the policies, systems, and environments of those sites and offer education programs to support positive changes in those communities.

Maryland SNAP-Ed offers programs for youth and adults, and many materials are available in both English and Spanish.

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Sign up for text reminders and ideas for starting young children off right with Text4HealthyTots HERE.

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Teacher Toolkit

Eat Smart

 

Christine Allred

Project Leader and Nutrition Educator

Maryland’s SNAP-Ed Program

University of Maryland Extension, St. Mary's County

26737 Radio Station Way, Suite E-2, Leonardtown, MD 20650

443-518-0333 (direct) / 301-475-4013 (desk) / 301-475-4483 (fax)

extension.umd.edu/programs/family-consumer-sciences/snap-ed

 

 

Liz Ward

Project Assistant

Maryland's SNAP-Ed Program

University of Maryland Extension, St. Mary's County

26737 Radio Station Way, Suite E-2, Leonardtown, MD 20650

704.965.3783 (direct) / 301.475.4483 (fax)

extension.umd.edu/programs/family-consumer-sciences/snap-ed