Nutrition Connections staff work with limited-income seniors, adults and families with children through in-home visits and group sessions. If you qualify for Food Stamps, WIC, Medicaid or other state or federal assistance, you qualify for our program. We also work with youth in schools, after-school, and out of school programs to offer a series of lessons.
Our goal is to motivate and empower you and your family to:
- Save money at the grocery store
- Plan and cook quick, tasty, and low-cost meals
- Understand food labels
- Prevent foodborne illness
- Make physical activity a part of every day
- Eat Healthier
Please contact Rebecca Betts at 603-516-8115 or Rebecca.Betts@unh.edu
Current Programs (No cost for income-eligible NH residents)
- In-home education: We can come to your home to provide 4-6 sessions focusing on healthy eating, supermarket savvy, and cooking from scratch. Includes a diet analysis.
- School nutrition education
- Other resources for schools: Healthy Schools