Extractions: Nutrition educators meet participants in homes, schools, and at agencies. Children learn all this and more: Adults learn all this and more: Learning leads to better health and fitness! The Family Nutrition Education Programs (FNEP) are an important part of University Outreach and Extension- bringing the latest nutrition information to low-income Missourians. Family Nutrition Education Programs, University of Missouri
The Food Stamp Nutrition Connection Information from the United States Department of Agriculture's Food and nutrition Service relating to Food Stamp nutrition education. Back to top. missouri. family nutrition Education Program. missouri nutrition Network nutrition, Food Safety, and health programs. Back to top http://www.nal.usda.gov/foodstamp/Stategates
Extractions: Boone County search all of Missouri.edu search MissouriFamilies.org search MissouriBusiness.net search Community Connection search Alianzas search UMKC search UMSL search UMR search the whole WWW Site Index Disaster Recovery Resources S ort the fact from the fiction with reliable information on balanced meals, vitamins, exercise, preventive health care and storing and preserving food from University of Missouri Extension. Local Resources Want to learn more? Nutrition Education Assistant, Family Nutrition Education Program Health and Nutrition Resources for Central Missouri Central Missouri Nutrition and Health page Learn about University of Missouri Outreach and Extension programs. Central Missouri Family Life page Find information on family and individual well-being. Family Nutrition Education Program Educate yourself to live healthy.
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Extractions: Callaway County search all of Missouri.edu search MissouriFamilies.org search MissouriBusiness.net search Community Connection search Alianzas search UMKC search UMSL search UMR search the whole WWW Site Index Disaster Recovery Resources Nutrition and Health S ort the fact from the fiction with reliable information on balanced meals, vitamins, exercise, preventive health care and storing and preserving food from University of Missouri Extension. Local Resources The Senior View Nutrition Education Assistant, Family Nutrition Education Program Health and Nutrition Resources for Central Missouri Central Missouri Nutrition and Health page Learn about University of Missouri Outreach and Extension programs. Central Missouri Family Life page Find information on family and individual well-being. Family Nutrition Education Program Educate yourself to live healthy.
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Extractions: The Division of Nutritional Health and Services manages a variety of nutrition-related programs to improve the nutritional status of Missourians. Listed below are all the programs currently within the division. 5 A Day for Better Health Breastfeeding Promotion Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) ... WIC Farmers' Market Nutrition Program (WIC FMNP) Program Descriptions A brief description is provided for each of the programs below. 5 A Day for Better Health The 5 A Day for Better Health Program provides positive messages designed to increase the average consumption of fruits and vegetables. These messages are provided through (1) educational materials, including pamphlets, posters, and audiocassette tapes; (2) public service announcements on radio and television; and (3) through web and computer technology. The program collaborates with national, state, and local organizations, as partners to improve communication; influence environmental/policy changes; prompt research and evaluation; and impact behavioral change.
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Extractions: www.thecommunityguide.org/nutrition/default.htm Description : The Community Guide, developed by a non-Federal Task Force on Community Preventive Services, offers leadership in the evaluation of community, population and health care system strategies to address a variety of public health and health promotion topics. Information Available : (Coming in 2004) A systematic review of the effectiveness of 1) school-based nutrition programs, 2) food and beverage advertising to children, 3) community approaches to increase fruit and vegetable intake and 4) food and beverage availability, price, portion size and labeling in restaurants.
Extractions: By Westat, Inc. in association with James Bell Associates, Inc., and The Chapin Hall Center for Children at the University of Chicago May 30, 1995 For the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation U.S. Department of Health and Human Services A. Background B. Purpose of This Report C. Approach D. Relationship of Program Characteristics and Study Criteria Placement Prevention Programs Reunification Programs A. Overview B. Analysis of Family Preservation Program Characteristics Program Models Referral Sources Referral Practices Program Maturity Service Providers Program Statistics A.Overview B.Analysis of Reunification Programs Relationship to Placement Prevention Programs Program Models/Caseload Size and Duration 3Program Maturity 4.Program Size 5.Status of Child's Return Home 6.Referral Criteria 7.Service Providers APPENDIX A:DESCRIPTION OF SELECTED PLACEMENT PREVENTION PROGRAMS APPENDIX B:DESCRIPTION OF SELECTED REUNIFICATION PROGRAMS A.Background
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Extractions: Handbook Forms Graduates and Theses Thesis Guidelines ... Home Page The Influence Of Age, Gender, And Perceived Health Status On Health-Promoting Behaviors Among Rural Veterans Increasing evidence supports the significance of lifestyle in determining health status. The use of health promotion strategies in making individual lifestyle choices is one strategy to improve one's health prospects. Although the Department of Veterans Affairs has been active in preventive health programs, few, if any, specific health promotion programs exist for the veteran population. This descriptive, correlational study used the Health Promotion Lifestyle Profile II to measure health-promoting behaviors of rural veterans in the domains of health responsibility, physical activity, nutrition, interpersonal relations, spiritual growth, and stress management. Additionally, the influences of age, gender, and self-perceived health status on health-promoting behaviors were explored. The investigation posed two research questions: 1) What are the influences of age and gender on the likelihood of rural veterans to engage in health-promoting actions? and 2) What is the influence of perceived health status on the likelihood of rural veterans to engage in health-promoting actions? The sample was 112 veterans receiving health care on an outpatient basis at mobile clinic sites administered by a Veterans Administration hospital. Data were analyzed by using measures of central tendency and the chi-square statistic for association.
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Extractions: Click Here Head Start Program originated in 1965 to provide free comprehensive child and family services to income and age eligible children and their families in collaboration with other community organizations. CMCHDC Head Start program's mission is to improve the lives of low-income children by providing quality comprehensive child development services that are family focused, including education, health, nutrition and mental health. Head Start program strives to empower families to become self-sufficient. Head Start helps all children succeed. Early Head Start Program Click Here Early Head Start is a new program at Central Missouri Counties' Human Development Corporation. It is designed around building partnership with families (pregnant teenagers), staff, and the community in order to provide quality services for low-income families. Early Head Start provides serves to: Pregnant Teens, Infants and Toddlers (0-3 years of age) and their Families.
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Extractions: Reproductive Health This program supports activities which provide Latin and Caribbean women their families and their communities access to information, services, and technical assistance in maternal and child health care, nutrition, sex education and family planning. Through Partners, U.S. professionals in health, social service and education travel to Latin America and the Caribbean, as volunteers, to provide technical assistance to family planning projects. In addition, through the Partners network, Latin professionals travel to the U.S. for special training. The program also makes possible small grants to support community-based activities. These grants are competitively awarded to organizations carrying out projects that demonstrate support by the host country, matching community resources, and a long-term commitment on the part of the target community. Depending on the needs of the countries and the interests and professional affiliations of the partnerships, projects help: Enhance the quality of local family planning services by upgrading the skills of staff in such areas as reproductive health and methods of contraception;
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Extractions: Community health provides physiotherapy, podiatry, baby and family health, child and adult mental health and outreach services such as the Lutheran Aged Care Package and Community nursing. Other groups use the community health facility such as Red Cross Blood Bank, Meals on Wheels and Healthy Lifestyle. (Holbrook Chronicle, Australia).
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Extractions: printable version of fact sheet What does this program do? Funds the Food Stamp Nutrition Grant which shares information and training on nutrition and food budgeting to food stamp eligible applicants and recipients, especially women; people with children in the home; at risk, pregnant and parenting teens; youth and seniors. What is the statutory base? Federal: Food Security Act of 1995 (P.L. 99-198), Hunger Prevention Act of 1996, PRWORA of 1996, 1997 Balanced Budget Reconciliation Act Is this a federally mandated program? No. What is the funding? Who is eligible? Currently University of Missouri, Department of Health and Senior Services and Lincoln University partner with the department to deliver information to food stamp eligible applicants and recipients, especially women; people with children in the home; at risk, pregnant and parenting teens; youth and seniors. back Statistics
Extractions: Chronic disease risk can be reduced by healthy eating and being active. 16,453 deaths were due to heart disease in 2001. ( Trend from 1989-2001 12,289 deaths were due to cancer in 2001. ( Trend from 1989-2001 1,514 deaths were due to diabetes in 2000. ( Trend from 1989-2001 27% of Missouri adults smoke in 2000. (
Extractions: Grants Give Families More Health Services More than 30,000 people will now receive care due to grant awards St. Louis, Oct 16 - Low income women throughout the northern and southern parts of Missouri will now be able to receive a liquid-based Pap smear test; one that is more sensitive to detecting the human papilloma virus. Before, only the conventional and less sensitive test was available. More than 500 youth suffering from mental illness in Lincoln and the surrounding counties will now be able to access affordable mental health services. Families and children in South Central Missouri who are at risk for negative health outcomes, such as abuse, can now receive in-home visitations for family support services. These extra services are being provided from grants given by the Missouri Foundation for Health (MFH). Established in January of 2000 through the for-profit conversion of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Missouri, MFH is the largest health care foundation in the state and the second largest health conversion foundation in the country. Its mission is to improve the health of the people in the communities it serves. Current assets are approximately $1 billion.
Extractions: www.thecommunityguide.org/pa/default.htm Description : The Community Guide, developed by a non-Federal Task Force on Community Preventive Services, offers leadership in the evaluation of community, population and health care system strategies to address a variety of public health and health promotion topics. Information Available : A systematic review of the effectiveness of selected population-based interventions addressing physical activity. The chosen programs increase levels of physical activity through one of three areas of intervention: 1) informational approaches to increasing physical activity, 2) behavioral and social approaches to increasing physical activity and 3) environmental and policy changes to increasing physical activity.