Maryland Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) empowers limited-resource families with children to make nutrition and physical activity-related behavior changes as a way to facilitate a healthy lifestyle and reduce chronic disease risk. Every year Maryland EFNEP directly reaches approximately 1,000 adults and over 2,500 youth providing nutrition education.  Over 4000 family members are reached indirectly through our work with adult participants.

Participants make significant improvements in four core areas:

  • Diet and Physical Activity

  • Food Resource Management

  • Food Safety

  • Food Security

The impact report highlights the accomplishments of Maryland EFNEP in all counties.