A Healthier Community Today
We help people of all ages live healthier, happier lives. Whether it’s learning how to read food labels, incorporating more fresh produce into family meals, or adding physical activity to our daily routine – we’re helping our community learn the skills they need to thrive!
Family Nutrition Program
The Center for Well-Being coordinates with local childcare sites to provide nutrition education to parents of preschool-aged children. Our evidence-based curriculum focuses on nutrition for children and families, physical activity, and choosing water over sugary drinks at home and restaurants. Our CalFresh Healthy Living Nutrition Education Program is supported by a grant through the County of Sonoma Department of Health Services and funded by USDA SNAP, an equal opportunity provider and employer.
Senior Nutrition Program
This program offers nutrition education to low-income seniors in Sonoma County, focusing on Spanish speakers and other underserved groups. Our community health educators use an evidence-based curriculum that is flexible and learner-centered to help older adults understand a nutrition label, set achievable goals, and learn other tips for healthy eating. This program is supported by the Sonoma County Area Agency on Aging and the CalFresh Healthy Living Program.