The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education: Nutrition Education and Obesity Prevention Grant Program (SNAP-Ed)
SNAP-Ed is a free nutrition education program serving participants and low-income individuals eligible to receive SNAP benefits or other means-tested Federal assistance programs throughout Ohio. Nationally, SNAP-Ed operates in 50 states, plus 2 territories, and targets individuals (youth and adults), and families. SNAP-Ed is funded by USDA's Food and Nutrition Service https://www.fns.usda.gov/and serves in partnership with the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services https://jfs.ohio.gov/and Ohio State University Extension. The goal is to improve the likelihood that families and individuals who receive SNAP benefits (SNAP) will make healthy food choices and choose active lifestyles.
Visit the Celebrate Your Plate website https://celebrateyourplate.org/for tips on saving time and money when you're shopping, cooking and gardening. You will also find recipes for low-cost, tasty meals that everyone in your family will enjoy.
Programs and classes are taught by Program Assistants Becky Fiscus and Sara Niekamp. New classes and programs are always being offered. To request a program, contact the Clermont Extension Office at 513-732-7070 or email the program contacts. Clermont's SNAP-Ed Program is overseen by Extension Educator, Margaret Jenkins.
Clermont County Assistance
Food Pantry Directory
Please call the location you are interested in visiting to ensure services are still being offered, hours of operation, and if you are eligible for their service.