These programs are free to families and individuals within established income guidelines.
UW-Extension Nutrition Educators teach low-income families, individuals, youth and elderly to learn about nutrition and improve their food security. The programs are available to families and individuals within established guidelines. This includes, but is not limited to, families and individuals who are eligible for: the QUEST card (food stamps/FoodShare), WIC, Wisconsin Works (W2), SSI or SSDI.
Eating Smart and Being Active is a series of lessons that Waukesha County UW-Extension Nutrition Educators teach to participants in their own homes or in group settings at various community sites. It is available in English or Spanish and FREE to families with children.*
*Families with children (ages infant – 19 years old, or are expecting) who are eligible for programs such as WIC, Free & Reduced Lunch, or Food Stamps (FoodShare) meet our income guidelines to participate in ESBA.
Civil Rights Statement: University of Wisconsin, U.S. Department of Agriculture and Wisconsin counties cooperating. An EEO/AA employer, University of Wisconsin-Extension provides equal opportunities in employment and programming, including Title IX and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements.
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