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Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP)

EFNEP

EFNEP offers a series of interactive, practical lessons in basic nutrition, food preparation, food budget management, and food safety in settings convenient for you. The Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program is sponsored by the USDA and implemented by K-State Research & Extension.

Participants will learn how to:

  • Buy healthy food on a budget.
  • Plan nutritious and quick meals.
  • Prepare recipes your family will love.

We serve parents with young children and pregnant women that are eligible for:

  • Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
  • WIC
  • Head Start
  • Children who receive free and reduced lunch

EFNEP offers a series of classes to churches, recreation centers, and other organizations in Crawford, Montgomery, Labette & Wilson counties:

  • Eat Smart and Move More
  • Healthy You and Baby, too

All classes are completely FREE!

 

My Plate

Kansas 2018 EFNEP Annual Report

Getting Help with Getting Food

Kansas Guide to Food Resources 

SNAP-Kansas Department for Children and Families

 

 

Tyler Johnson

Tyler Johnson

EFNEP Agent
620-232-1930 
tajohnson120@ksu.edu

 

Helping Agencies


In Pittsburg:

Wesley House http://www.wesleyhouseumc.org/
411 E. 12th
Pittsburg, KS 66762
620-232-3760
wesleyhouseumc@yahoo.com

Salvation Army http://salarmymokan.org/
307 E. 5th St
Pittsburg, KS 66762
620-231-0415

In Parsons:

Labette County Emergency Assistance Center
301 N. 30th
Parsons, KS
620-421-0700 
lceac98@gmail.com

In Independence:

Community Access Center
307 W. Pecan
Independence KS 67301
620-331-5115
http://communityaccesscenter.com/

In Coffeyville:

Genesis Inc.
PO Box 966
Coffeyville, KS 67337
620-251-2927

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