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University of South Carolina School of Public Health Implementing Agency
This is a 2nd edition toolkit of healthy eating policy, systems, and environmental change strategies encouraged by the national SNAP-Ed program for obesity prevention and addressing food insecurity. It includes 1) an overview of SNAP, SNAP-Ed, and policy, systems, and environmental change strategies; 2) guidance on assessing readiness and ensuring sustainability of implemented strategies; 3) a description of 12 nutrition support strategies conducive to the health clinic setting; 4) evaluation resources; and 5) case studies of health clinics that have implemented nutrition and physical activity supports.
The toolkit itself has not been evaluated. The 12 nutrition support strategies included within it range from emerging to evidence-based and there is a section that provides guidance and resources on evaluating the strategies.