Resources for SNAP-Ed Implementing Agencies During COVID-19

To help SNAP-Ed agencies address the COVID-19 pandemic, PHI’s Center for Wellness and Nutrition provides guidance on ways to continue to support the public and their programs, while prioritizing the safety and health of staff, partners, clients, and community members.

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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the way we do business has significantly changed. PHI’s Center for Wellness and Nutrition has compiled strategies and guidance on how SNAP-Ed staff can continue to safely support the public and their programs through digital means and program support activities, in ways that prioritize the safety and health of staff, partners, clients, and community members.

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The document includes COVID-19 resources and guidance on:

  • Farmers market guidelines
  • Connecting with SNAP-Ed audiences
  • Connecting digitally
  • Social media and direct text ideas
  • Program support activities
  • Nutrition education
  • Physical activity
  • Staff training and professional development
  • Staff wellness

The creation of this document was supported by SNAP-Ed funding through a contract held by the Public Health Institute Center for Wellness and Nutrition. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the USDA. If you have questions about these activities, please contact your SNAP-Ed state coordinator or SNAP-Ed regional specialist.

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