Faithful Families has been designated a research-tested intervention and is a part of the SNAP-Ed Toolkit. The SNAP-Ed Toolkit helps SNAP-Ed Implementing Agencies across the country find evidence-based interventions and explore the SNAP-Ed Evaluation Framework in order to strengthen impacts and make healthy eating and physical activity the easy choice.
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Hardison-Moody, A., Stumm, L., Jones, L., Franck, K., Fuller, S., Washburn, L., Rodibaugh, R., Corrick, L., Shelnutt, K., Ammerman, A. (2020) Evaluation of a Faith-Based Health Promotion Program through EFNEP and SNAP-Ed in Three States. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior. DOI: 10.1016/j.jneb.2019.11.011
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