Our nutrition programs promote good nutrition for healthy living in all stages of life. 
  1. Access to Healthy Food

    The Women, Infants and Children Program (WIC) community gardens expand upon WIC’s mission to provide nutritious foods and education to income-qualifying women who are pregnant or breastfeeding, and children 5 years and under.

  2. Baby Behavior

    Understanding newborn baby behavior can assist parents and caregivers to respond more quickly to their needs.It also helps parents understand why infants cry, what normal sleep patterns are and what their child may need.

  3. Breastfeeding Friendly Employer

    Information on how an employer can support a breastfeeding employee.

  4. Breastfeeding Resources for Health Care Providers

    Breastfeeding information for physicians.

  5. Diabetes Prevention Program

    16-week workshop followed by monthly maintenance for a year

  6. Healthy Food & Hot Topics

    Find answers to the latest hot topics in the nutrition field.

  7. Hidden Sugar

    Just one 20-ounce juice drink or fruit punch beverage can contain as much sugar as 8-10 chocolate chip cookies or three large donuts. Unfortunately, many parents and caregivers are unaware of this alarming fact and the high amounts of hidden sugar in the beverages that they give to their children.

  8. Nutrition in Child Care

    Review nutritional advice and resources for child care centers.

  9. School Corner

    Obtain nutrition resources and lesson plans as a teacher.

  10. Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Program

    Learn about the WIC Program and the benefits it has to offer you.