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    Programs that promote the benefits of healthy eating and encourage people of all ages to voluntarily adopt food choices and other food and nutrition-related behaviors that are conducive to health and well-being. People are encouraged to choose a diet rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains and fat-free or low-fat milk products while limiting their consumption of saturated fats, sodium and sugars, controlling their intake of alcohol and balancing their overall food intake with physical activity. The objective of many of these programs is to prevent obesity in children and adolescents and the increased risk of associated health problems such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and Type 2 diabetes that often persist during adulthood.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Adagio Health - Power Up ProgramPower Up program provides nutrition education in the classroom and in other environments. With a focus on healthy eating behaviors and an active lifestyle, the program is designed to empower students, families, teachers, and communities with nutrition knowledge.AlleghenyAdagio Health - Women, Infants, & Children (WIC) ProgramAdagio Health
    Heritage Valley Health System – Community Health Services Nutrition ServicesThe dietetics department at Heritage Valley Health System offers outpatient medical nutrition therapy, including individualized nutritional counseling.AlleghenyHeritage Valley Health System - Weightloss SupportHeritage Valley Health System
    Heritage Valley Health System - Community Health Services - LifeSmartLifeSmart is a diabetes prevention program that is offered through a partnership between Heritage Valley Health System and UPMC Health Plan. It provides healthy lifestyle programs for adults within the Heritae Valley Health System community who have been identified as having risk factors for pre-diabetes or metabolic syndrome.AlleghenyHeritage Valley Health System - Community Health ServicesHeritage Valley Health System
    NutracThis program combines nutrition, art, and activity to educate and motivate today's youth to become more active, eat healthier and most importantly live a life to integrity adn respect for themselves and each other.DauphinJump StreetJump Street
    Penn State Cooperative Extension - Clarion CountyProvides educational programs and information on food safety, health, nutrition, family living topics, 4-H, and forest resources.ClarionPenn State Cooperative Extension - Clarion CountyPenn State Cooperative Extension
    Penn State Cooperative Extension - Mercer County - Expanded Food and Nutrition ProgramExpanded Food and Nutrition Program (EFNEP) is a nutrition education program and is free to all low income families. Addresses the use of food stamps in meal planning, food preparation and food safety.MercerPenn State Cooperative Extension - Mercer CountyPenn State Cooperative Extension - Mercer County
    Penn State Extension - Forest CountyProvides educational programs and information on food safety, health, nutrition, family living topics, 4-H, and forest resources.ForestPenn State Cooperative Extension - Forest CountyPenn State Cooperative Extension
    Penn State Extension - Nutrition LinksProvides education classes "Eating Smart and Moving More" for economically challenged individuals. Program helps people on a tight budget learn how to buy and properly prepare nutritious meals.ForestPenn State Cooperative Extension - Forest CountyPenn State Cooperative Extension
    Penn State Extension - Nutrition Links, York CountyNutrition education and food resource management education for the resource stressed SNAP-ED eligible audience. Offers families and youth with limited resources FREE research-based lessons designed to help them develop the knowledge and skills necessary to achieve a healthful diet on a limited budget.YorkNutrition LinksPenn State Extension - Nutrition Links
    Salvation Army USA / Williamsport Corps - Family Support ClassesProvides family support classes for the community in subjects such as financial management, nutrition, and relationships. Please see schedule below in Helpful Tips. Some costs may apply. Please call for more information and a full class schedule.LycomingSalvation Army USA / Williamsport CorpsSalvation Army USA Eastern Territory
    TRACKS/ Nutrition EducationInstruction in food and budgeting for meals, meal planning and nutrition.DauphinPenn State Cooperative Extension- Dauphin CountyPenn State Cooperative Extension - South Central

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