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The Florida Department of Health works to protect, promote & improve the health of all people in Florida through integrated state, county & community efforts.

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USDA SNAP-Ed Connection

Adults and children learning about SNAP-Ed

SNAP-Ed is a nutrition education program that can be found in communities across Florida. The program targets individuals and families eligible for SNAP (EBT) and offers resources to help people lead healthy lives through increased food access, improved nutrition quality, and physical activity.

Key Messages:

  • Eat fruits and vegetables, whole grains, and low-fat sources of calcium daily for good health.
  • Be physically active daily.
  • Balance calories in with calories out for a healthy weight.
  • Healthy food can fit all budgets.

The Florida Department of Health with participating County Health Departments also partners with community organizations to establish SNAP-Ed programs and change the policies, systems, and environments of the community to improve the lives of Floridians.

Where You Can Find SNAP-Ed 

The Department of Health currently provides SNAP-Ed direct education in the following counties. Please call the main number listed for your County Health Department and ask to speak to the SNAP-Ed Coordinator.