This study investigated the effectiveness of methods to promote the WIC community garden project in Albuquerque, New Mexico. researchers found that fewer ; than 30% of clients surveyed had heard of the project; that caseload was unrelated to promotion methods; and that clients participating in the project reported consuming more vegetables.
Tri-County created this non-pharmaceutical prescription pad to highlight their local work on community clinical linkages and WIC referrals as part of the CPHMC project. Tri-County Health Department (TCHD) serves 3 […]
Tri-County created this toolkit to highlight their local work on healthy food access and food pantries as part of the CPHMC project. Information in this toolkit includes a food pantry […]
Tri-County Health Dept. created this poster to present at NWA’s Annual Conference in April 2017. This poster highlighted their local work creating a healthy food toolkit to provide guidance on increasing […]
San Juan Basin Public Health (SJBPH) presented this poster at the NWA Annual Conference in April 2017 as part of the CPHMC project. This project highlighted their local work promoting […]
Southeast Health District presented this poster highlighting their local work on breastfeeding and healthy food access. This poster was presented at NWA’s Annual Conference in April 2017 and was created […]
Panhandle Health District created this poster to highlight their local work on healthy food access as part of the CPHMC project. This poster was presented at NWA’s Annual Conference in […]
Findings from 10 focus groups with 25 WIC staff and 29 clients suggested that existing materials were time-consuming and unresponsive to client needs, and additional resources were needed to engage children while parents were in session; new delivery formats for nutrition education, including videos and interactive demonstrations focused on child-friendly preparations of WIC foods, were preferred.