About NJ SNAP-Ed Classes

Education is provided to SNAP-eligible adults and to SNAP-eligible children in Kindergarten through 8th grade through a series of six to eight evid ence-based, behaviorally-focused nutrition education lessons offered in a series of classes.

NJ SNAP-Ed PSE Support Networks

Networks of state agencies, private, trade, non-profit, community and faith based organizations in Northwest, Northeast and Central, Southeast and Southwest New Jersey work to make the healthy choice the easy choice in their low-income neighborhoods.

Select to Protect

The Select to Protect  is NJ SNAP-Ed Support Network’s social marketing campaign that is committed to the promotion of behaviors that will reduce r isk for overweight and obesity among New Jersey’s limited resource children during their formative years.

Faithfully Fit

Faithfully Fit is a nutrition education program designed to work with faith-based organizations. Faithfully Fit aims to enhance nutrition education outreach and food access to limited-resource populations.

Rev It Up! Teen Program

The Rev It Up! Campaign works with low-income teens to increase their moderate-to-vigorous physical activity, and to eat better. Special emphasis i s given to working with inactive teens, teen girls, and teen moms.


Where families can go for fun, free activities, and much more! SNAP eligible adults and teens can also join us on Facebook and sign-up to receive helpful email tips!





What is NJ SNAP-Ed?

NJ SNAP-Ed is a Cooperative Extension Program aimed at improving nutrition and increasing physical activity among SNAP eligible audiences. This is accomplished through the provision of evidence-based nutrition education offered through numerous public-health approaches and community-based projects.

This section contains curricula, posters and demos on various nutrition topics appropriate for use with SNAP-Ed participants

In this section you will find human resource, policy and other program operation tools to provide you with all that you need to effectively oversee state and/or local operations.

To volunteer to work with  NJSNAP-Ed
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About NJ SNAP-Ed


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