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61. Directory Of Institutions-Missouri
University missouriColumbia, Columbia, MO 65211 Chemistry, Child and family Studies,Civil Nuclear Engineering, Nursing—General, nutrition, Organic Chemistry
Central Missouri State University, Warrensburg, MO 64093
Graduate Programs: Cleveland Chiropractic College of Kansas City, Kansas City, MO 64131-1181
Graduate Programs:
Chiropractic. Forest Institute of Professional Psychology, Springfield, MO 65807-1445
Graduate Programs:
Clinical Psychology, Psychology. Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine, Kirksville, MO 63501
Graduate Programs:
Allied Health, Exercise and Sports Science, Occupational Therapy, Osteopathic Medicine, Physical Therapy, Physician Assistant Studies. Logan College of Chiropractic, Chesterfield, MO 63006-1065
Graduate Programs:
Chiropractic. Saint Louis University, St. Louis, MO 63103
Graduate Programs:
Southwest Missouri State University
, Spingfield, MO 65804-0094
Graduate Programs:
Accounting, Agricultural Sciences, Agronomy and Soil Sciences, Applied Sceince and Technology, Biological and Biomedical Sceinces, Botany and Plant Sceinces, Business Administration, Chemistry, City and Regional Planning, Classics, Communication Disorders, Communication, Counselor Education, Economics, Education, Elementary Education, English, Environmental Policy and Resource Management, French, German, Health Promotion, Health Services Management and Hospital Administration, History, Home Economics, International Affairs, Management Information Systems, Materials Sciences, Mathematics, Military and Defense Studies, Music, Nurse Anethesia, Nursing, Physical Therapy, Physician Assistant Studies, Psychology, Public Policy and Administration, Reading Education, Religion, Science Educaiton, Secondary Education, Socail Work, Spanish, Special Education, Theater, Vocational and Technical Education.

GRANT PROJECTS MINNESOTA, MISSISSIPPI, missouri. management, home visits, pediatrichealth care, support groups, and nutrition and family planning services

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FOR YOUNG CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS Children's Health Care, Minneapolis, MN Minority inner-city children and adolescents with asthma will receive assessments, asthma education, and home visits in an effort to improve their health services utilization, including asthma management medications. A home care nurse will work with physicians and social workers to conduct the assessments and will collaborate with the American Lung Association of Hennepin County and area schools. Eligible patients will be enrolled in a summer camp program for children with asthma. Project staff plan to use functional outcomes to measure improvements in each patient's asthma condition. Asthma management will follow guidelines for asthma care published by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. HABITAT HEALTH SERVICES Univ of Minnesota/Duluth School of Medicine

63. Funded Programs
The missouri Slope Areawide United Way funds human nutrition Program at BurleighCounty Senior Adults Guardianship Services at Catholic family Services 255

64. Critter Cafe - Links
family nutrition Education Program list of books relating to food and nutrition, with notes
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News, information and statistics on nutrition, food safety, physical activity, plus more.

Programs and services, news and information about Minnesota's children Minnesota Service Cooperatives

Programs and services offering support to Minnesota schools Other great resources and web sites:
Dole Food Company
Nutrition tips, recipes, songs and games for kids and families, even a Fruit and Vegetable Encyclopedia. This site also features fantastic resources for educators. Produce for Better Health Foundation Programs and recipes for the whole family Team Nutrition-Parent Place Features recipes for meals and snacks, plus activities and fun facts. This site has specific sections for schools, educators, parents and students as well. Produce Oasis Great resource for selecting, preparing and using fresh fruits and vegetables, plus information about almost every fruit and vegetable. Kids Food CyberClub

65. CACFP - State Child Nutrition Agencies
Office Box 570 Jefferson City, missouri 651020570 NSLP, CACFP, SFSP State DirectorHealth and Safety CACFP, SFSP State Director family nutrition Bureau New
U.S. Department of Agriculture Eat Smart. Play Hard.™
State Director
Child Nutrition Programs
Alabama Department of Education
Gordon Persons Building
50 North Ripley Street, Room 5301
Montgomery, Alabama 36130-2101
Phone: 334-242-1988
Fax: 334-242-2475 Alaska NSLP, CACFP, SFSP
State Director Child Nutrition Programs 801 West 10th Street, Suite 200 Juneau, Alaska 99801-1894 Phone: 907-465-8708 Fax: 907-465-8910 Arizona NSLP, CACFP, SFSP State Director Student Services State Department of Education 1535 West Jefferson Avenue Phoenix, Arizona 85007 Phone: 602-542-8709 Fax: 602-542-3818 Arkansas NSLP (Public) State Director Child Nutrition Section Department of Education Executive Building Suite 404 2020 West 3rd Street Little Rock, Arkansas 72205-4465 Phone: 501-324-9502 Fax: 501-324-9595 Arkansas NSLP (Private), CACFP, SFSP State Director Special Nutrition Programs Division of Child Care and Early Childhood Education Department of Human Services Post Office Box 1437, Slot 705

66. Kornerstone Of Shell Knob, Missouri
Licensed by the missouri Department of health food, vouchers and/or attending nutritioneducation classes 300* people have benefitted from family or individual
K o r n e r s t o n e
Behind Bridgeway Plaza, Hwy. 39, on the second level
P.O. Box 396
Shell Knob, MO 65747
Phone: 417-858-2887
Fax: 417-858-8867
E-mail: Kornerstone is a non-profit, community-driven organization created to provide family and community education. Kornerstone Mission: to bridge parents, community, school and area resources to make Shell Knob a better place to live.
Newborn to age 3
Four certified teachers HEAD START
Ages 3 to 5 Capacity for 20 children Three certified teachers These early childhood education programs provide preliteracy educational opportunities, safe playground equipment, nutritional meals and snacks for children of low-income-qualifying and Family Literacy families. Licensed by the Missouri Department of Health. Sponsored by Kornerstone, Shell Knob School, Even Start, OACAC and generous donations of time and money from local organizations, businesses and residents of Shell Knob and surrounding towns. Adult Education GED training and testing: 96* students have received their General Education Diploma. Kornerstone also provides financial assitance for students' testing fees.

67. Other Mental Health Resources
a strong and informed consumer and family voice in of the missouri Department of MentalHealth and University Recreation at the University of missouriColumbia\cache\Other Mental Health Resources.htm
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Missouri Association of Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services (MOAPSRS)
Robert B. Harvey, President Telephone: (314) 533-4380 ext.601
Missouri Coalition of Community Mental Health Centers
Attn: Kathy Carter 915 Southwest Blvd., Suite A Jefferson City, MO 65101

68. Making Sense Of The Change
Increased family planning funds under this program missouri's Medicaid spending perchild is below the Child nutrition programs are almost entirely federally
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Making Sense of the Change Missouri Children's Budget Watch Project Report
December 1996
Children are not sharing fully in Missouri's economic growth, according to Making Sense of the Change , a new report released by Citizens for Missouri's Children . The report documents expenditures over a six year period on children's services, including public education, health, services for abused and neglected children and nutrition. It also discusses the potential impact of the implementation of the new welfare law on children's services. The report found that:
  • While expenditures on children's programs in Missouri have increased 17% between 1990 and 1995, they have not kept pace with the state's economy, which grew 33% in the same period.
  • Compared to other states, Missouri spends a small amount per capita to fund children's programs. Missouri ranks 43rd on per capita spending for elementary and secondary education, and 32nd on spending for cash assistance, health care, child care and other services.
  • Missouri relies heavily on federal funds to maintain programs for children, especially in the areas of child protection, child nutrition and health. More than one- quarter of the state's total revenue comes from Washington.

69. CVH State Program | Missouri
missouri is implementing the School health Index as a their physical activity andnutrition policies and of Maternal, Child and family health for statewide
National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion
Cardiovascular Health
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About Cardiovascular Diseases About the Program CVH State Program Statistical Information ... Announcements
Core Program – 1998
Comprehensive Program – 2000 Statewide Partnerships/Coalitions
Statewide Advisory Board: In June 1999, the Missouri Cardiovascular Health (MCVH) Program established and continues to maintain through semi-annual meetings a Missouri Cardiovascular Health Advisory Board (MCVHAB) by partnering with other statewide stakeholders.
  • The purpose of the MCVHAB is to develop and maintain a statewide focus on cardiovascular health, physical activity and nutrition, provide advice and consultation on cardiovascular health issues, avoid duplication of effort, and serve as an external mechanism to leverage support and collaboration as well as assist with an inventory of policies and environmental conditions for physical activity, nutrition and other cardiovascular health (CVH) issues.
    Advisory Board members represent various state agencies, including but not limited to MDOH (offices responsible for nutrition, physical activity, tobacco, diabetes, cancer, health education, minority health, Preventive Health Services Block Grant, public information, health standards and licensing, and data systems), Department of Agriculture, Department of Conservation, Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, Department of Natural Resources, Department of Transportation, and the Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness and Health.

70. National Bone Health Campaign What Are The States Doing?
California, Montana, Michigan, missouri, New Jersey to improve their family's healththrough regular MS, RD, CDE Public health nutrition Consultant California
National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion
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National Bone Health Campaign
What Are the States Doing?
Bone Health information and materials have been distributed to more than 26 states including, Alaska, Arkansas, California, Montana, Michigan, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, and Texas. These materials were used in coordination with state and local programs including health fairs, Girl Scout Programs, school curricula, and school sports programs. Here are a few examples of state programs.

Calcium—It's Not Just Milk
Nevada Nutrition Network created "Calcium—It's Not Just Milk," a campaign to increase consumption of foods with calcium among 11– to 14 year-old-children. Participants learn about their calcium needs and the variety of foods that have calcium. The campaign targets middle school students in Reno and Las Vegas with both a school-based education component and a strong media presence in the communities adjacent to the schools. Their efforts include
  • Lesson plans with hands-on activities Food sampling events Calcium trivia games Radio spots Billboards Bus shelter signs School posters
The "Calcium—It's Not Just Milk Program" can be found on the Internet at

71. North Dakota Family Planning Program
use the method of choice, pregnancy, nutrition, infertility, sterilization ValleyHealth 1551 28 th Ave Upper missouri family Planning Program 507 University Ave
North Dakota Family Planning Program
Mission Statement:
To assist women and men to understand and take responsibility for their reproductive health through education, counseling, and medical services.
Who Can Use Family Planning? Family Planning services are available to all regardless of age, gender, race, nationality, religion, disability or ability to pay. Why Have Family Planning?
  • For healthier mothers, fathers and babies For healthier relationships between adults So all babies are wanted To have parents ready for parenthood To help women who have health problems To counsel parents who have inherited diseases
What Is the Cost of Family Planning Services? Clients are charged for services according to their ability to pay based on income and number of people in the household. What Services Are Available?
  • Education and counseling about all contraceptive methods, how to use the method of choice, pregnancy, nutrition, infertility, sterilization, sexually transmitted diseases and HIV. Physical exams which include blood pressure, height, weight, urinalysis, blood work, sexually transmitted disease diagnosis, pap smear, physical assessment. Provision of contraceptives and other medications.

72. - Health Alert - CareFirst Merger Hearings Move Forward
senior vice president for state sponsored programs said the and depersonalize analready robotic health care system. of policy holders in missouri and Georgia

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73. College Of The Ozarks -- Programs List
of Justice Business Administration Food nutrition Clothing The family andConsumer Sciences department is approved by the missouri Department of
A major represents an area of concentration (8 to 12 courses) in one academic discipline. Some majors at College of the Ozarks also require a minor which is a smaller area of concentration (6 to 7 courses). Every bachelor degree candidate must complete a major. Students may also declare a minor or a second major. Students are expected to complete their program of study within a maximum of 10 semesters. A major may require up to 16 courses (3-5 credit hours per course), no more than 12 of which may be in a single discipline. No more than three classes can overlap between a first and second major. A minor may require no more than 7 courses. Programs with 16 required courses are typically interdisciplinary with significant content from two or more disciplines. Because of state requirements, Elementary Education exceeds the above guidelines. Students may change their major or minor by completing the necessary form available in the office of the Dean of the College.
Elementary Education
Secondary Education: (must be taken as a double major with a major in one of the approved teaching fields)
Physical Education emphasis: Elementary Education, Secondary Education, Recreational Administration or Health/Wellness

74. Teacher Resources
Education health Services Counseling Services nutrition Services healthySchool Environment Staff Wellness family Community . missouri. school health/te
C harlotte C ounty P ublic S chools
Coordinated School Health Program
Teacher Resources Healthy Students Make the Grade! Linking Health to Academic Achievement Charlotte County Public Schools is not responsible for links at this site that may become outdated or whose addresses may change. Inclusion of a site does not constitute endorsement of any kind by the Charlotte County Public Schools. Health Education Physical Education Health Services Counseling Services ... Textbook Publishers Health Education
  • FAHPERD - Florida Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, Dance and Driver Education. Making Health Academic Coordinated School Health Programs
Health Education Physical Education Health Services Counseling Services ... Textbook Publishers Physical Education Health Education Physical Education ... Textbook Publishers Health Services

75. City Of Independence, Missouri - Parks & Recreation Senior Programs
Event will take place at family Golf Park Doorly Zoo in Omaha, Blackwater, missouri;Atchison, Kansas in the community including nutrition guidelines, health
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Sitttin'Fit 50+Step Healthy Reflections Health Screenings ... Dial-A-Ride Sitttin'Fit Are you new at exercising or need to take it easy for a while? Sit in a chair while exercising all muscle groups to energizing music. No Class April 3 or May 8 No charge, No pre-registration Back to top 50+ Step Fun, simple moves stepping up and down on a short step will give you a great workout and improve your cardiovascular health and muscle tone. Instructor: Don Ferguson, NDEITA certified 8:00 - 9:00 a.m. March 3 - 28 April 2 - 30, No class April 4 May 2 - 30, No class May 26 or 28 June 2 - 30 July 2 - 30, No class July 4 August 1 - 29 September 3 - 29 $3/class (drop in) or $18/month Back to top Maintaining strength and endurance is one of the most important things you can do as you age. This functional strength training class will include the use of light dumbbells, dynabands, and tubes.

76. Nevada CheckUp - Home Page
Division of Child family Services. health Division. WIC (Special SupplementalNutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children). missouri — MC+ for Kids.

Children with Special Health Care Needs (CSHCN) Federal Resources Foundations Local and State Based Associations Mental Health Nevada State Agencies/Programs:

77. Missouri Data
and two hour workshops on nutrition education, parenting missouri has adopted thefollowing career pathways Arts Name family and Consumer Sciences Tech Prep
Missouri Data REPORTED 1994-95 Teachers Provide the number of additional teachers needed to fully serve the Consumer and Homemaking Education population(s). Provide the number of additional teachers needed to fully serve the Occupational Family and Consumer Sciences population(s) REPORTED 1996-97 Teachers Provide the number of additional teachers needed to fully serve the Family and Consumer Sciences Education population(s) REPORTED 1994-1995 Teacher Education Programs a. What number of colleges and universities that have closed Family and Consumer Sciences Education programs within the last three years (provide the reason)? None b. What possibilities are there for expanding and/or reopening Family and Consumer Sciences Education Programs? My guess is that closed programs will not open, but open programs might expand. REPORTED 1996-97 Teacher Education Programs a. What number of colleges and universities that have closed Family and Consumer Sciences Education programs within the last three years (provide the reason)? None b. What possibilities are there for expanding and/or reopening Family and Consumer Sciences Education Programs?

78. Nutrition At University And College: By US State
of Northern Iowa, Dpt.Design, family Consumer University Dpt Foods and nutritionInformation on University Kansas School Allied health Dietetics/nutrition
Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas ... Wyoming
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Alabamah University: Dpt. Nutrition Sciences
Departmental information, along with links to their Obesity Center lay information service The American Board of Nutrition There is a separate web page for their collaborative venture with the Department of Medicine, the Division of Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics
University of Alabama: Division of Clinical Nutrition
A joint Division in the UAB Departments of Nutrition Sciences and Medicine. Its faculty members are physicians trained in Internal Medicine, whose sole subspecialty is Clinical Nutrition. The web page has faculty information and some information about their research and clinical interests.
University of Alabama: Dpt of Human Nutrition and Hospitality Management (HuN)
Course information.
Auburn University (AL): Dpt.Nutrition and Food Science
Simple descriptive of department and courses.
Has an ADA accredited dietetics training program, but their web site has almost nothing on it at present (4/97).
Tuskegee University (AL): Dpt. Home Economics

79. School Nutrition Program Resources, Other Resources - Massachusetts Department O
Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Minnesota missouri North Dakota and Inspection ServiceFood and nutrition Information Center of Science The family Planning Council
get things done agencies elected officials Select Program Area DOE HOME Advisory Councils Board of Education Career and Technical Education Charter Schools Compliance/Monitoring Curriculum Frameworks/Institutes Dual Enrollment Early Learning Services Education Reform Educational Technology Educator Licensure Tests (MTEL) Educator Licensure Employment Opportunities ETIS Family Literacy Forms Directory General Educational Development Grants: Information Information Services Health, Safety and Student Support Services MCAS MECC - (Career Center) "No Child Left Behind" Federal Education Law Nutrition Programs Reading Office School and District Accountability School and District Profiles/Directory School Councils School Finance School-to-Career Education Security Portal Special Education Spread the Word Title I Virtual Education Space - VES Videotapes News District/School Administration Educator Services Assessment/Accountability ... PK-16 Program Support
Child Nutrition Programs
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Nutrition Education School Food Service Training Opportunities Other Resources ... ListServs
Child Care
National Network For Child Care National Center for Health and Safety in Child Care Clarendon Family Day Care, Phone: (781) 275 - 2433

80. Family Nutrition Program
The family nutrition Program (FNP) in Mississippi is sponsored by the MSUcares Humannutrition publications. 101556 URL http//
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Welcome to the Mississippi State University's Family Nutrition Program home page. Our mission is to provide nutrition education to Food Stamp recipients and those individuals in Mississippi who are eligible for food stamps.
FNP in Mississippi is the Family Nutrition Program , a federally funded program with the purpose of improving the quality of life for persons of limited resources, specifically through educational programs structured to increase an individual's knowledge of food and nutrition, food buying and handling. FNP teaches food stamp recipients how to improve their dietary practices and become more effective managers of available food resources. Local FNP programs will identify target audiences and deliver, based on local needs, nutritional information to that limited resource audience. This process is facilitated by a collaborative partnership of the Mississippi State University Extension Service and agencies and organizations representing the needs of food stamp recipients. Some of the broad objectives of the FNP are:
  • to teach program participants nutrition principles, such as how to use the Dietary Guidelines and the Food Guide Pyramid.

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