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  1. The Metabolic Syndrome Program: How to Lose Weight, Beat Heart Disease, Stop Insulin Resistance and More by Karlene Karst, 2006-05-08

81. AF Chapters: Programs & Services
Ellsinore. MO. Ellington Senior nutrition Site PACE. Ongoing. Ellington. MO. FamilyResource Center PACE. Ongoing. Southeast missouri. Cape Girardeau. MO.

82. Personal Health Services | Taney County MO Health Department
for individuals who have special nutrition needs including those who do not meetFamily Planning or health department (provided by the missouri Department of
Public Health Services Breast and Cervical Cancer Control Program Prenatal Case Management Certified Lactation Consultant Children's Dental Clinic ... Well-Child Clinic
Call our office for more information: East Office:
15479 St. Hwy. 160
Forsyth, Missouri 65653
1-888-707-4725 (toll free)
West Office:
1440 State Hwy. 248
Suite J
Branson, Missouri 65616
1-888-294-9530 (toll free)
Programs and Services We offer many different programs and services aimed at improving and maintaining good health. To review any of the services we offer, please select a link on the left hand side of this page. Breast and Cervical Cancer Control Program The Breast and Cervical Cancer Control Program (BCCCP) offers NO COST clinical breast exams, mammograms, pelvic exams, and pap smears. You must live in Missouri, and meet age and income guidelines. Proof of income and residency required. To learn more about BCCCP click here . To make an appointment or for additional information call, 417-546-4725 or toll free 1-888-707-4725.

83. Building A Better Network
Their drawings illustrating good nutrition were featured on more $1 million fromthe state family Development Account a grant from the missouri Department of A Better Network.htm
The Missouri Association for Community Action
Building a Better Network Real challenges.
Real support.
With a small, but dedicated staff, MACA provides the support needed for Community Action Agencies to be as effective as possible. MACA works to ob tain state and federal funding that directly assists Missourians in climbing out of poverty and strengthening their families. Partnering with other organizations, MACA also advocates for the poor to improve services that help them find and keep jobs, obtain food and shelter and plan for their futures. Real support.
Real success.
Many strides were made last year to build a better network of Community Action Agencies serving the poor: Advocacy
utility bills.
Weatherization Assistance Program

Family Planning
Earned Income Tax Credit program

Head Start
with redundant mandates for vision screenings.
Education and Training
• Hosted annual conference featuring Clifton Taulbert speaking about "Building the ‘Touch’ into Community" and a showcase of innovative community action programs. • Conducted a summer training conference on "Thinking Outside the Boundaries" and "Results Oriented Management and Accountability (ROMA): Beyond Compliance."

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  • 85. KinderStart - Adoption : Adoption/Foster Care Agencies : United States : Missour
    Louis missouri baby adoption agency, Christian family Life Center Offers domesticand foreign adoption programs for children in areas including Romania
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    86. - Produce Recipes, Nutrition Information, Storage And Selection
    missouri Joan Mahnken, MS, RD missouri Department of WIC Program Bureau of FamilyHealth Services Nevada Hampshire Mindy Fitterman, RD nutrition Consultant NH

    Food Safety

    US Federal Government Links

    State Departments of Agriculture

    State 5 A Day Coordinators
    International 5 A Day Programs

    Alabama Jack Hataway, MD
    Director, Division of Chronic Disease Prevention
    Alabama Department of Public Health
    434 Monroe Street
    Montgomery, AL 36130-3017 Alaska Diane Peck, MPH, RD Nutrition Services Unit Section of Maternal, Child and Family Health Alaska Dept. of Health and Social Services 1231 Gambell Street Anchorage, AK 99501 American Samoa Margaret Sesepasara, RN, MSN Public Health Nutrition, Department of Health American Samoa Government Pago Pago, Samoa 96799 Arizona Sharon Sass, RD Community Ed. Nutrition Consultant Arizona Dept. of Health Services Family Health Services 1740 W. Adams Street #203 Phoenix, AZ 85007 Arkansas David Rath, MA, RD, LD Nutrition Consultant Division of Nutrition Services Arkansas Department of Health 4815 West Markham, Slot #23 Little Rock, AR 72205-3867

    87. Family & Consumer Sciences
    have cooked for a large family and are Modify Recipes.” For several years healthprofessionals have nutrition for the Preschooler” Mealtime is just one
    Family and Consumer Sciences Welcome
    to the Van Wert County
    Family and Consumer Sciences Program All About FCS Program Informatio n Connections to Web Sites ...
    Positive Parenting Newsletter
    Carol Trice Extension Agent
    HCE Council Offers Two Scholarships
    The Van Wert County Homemakers and Community Education Council is pleased to announce the availability of two scholarships for college students. The scholarships are made possible with the help of the Van Wert Fruit Growers.
    For the past seventeen years the Van Wert Fruit Growers has sponsored an annual Apple Festival in October. Three years ago the HCE Council was approached to be in charge of “The Bake Off” featuring apple products. This has enabled the HCE group to raise money to support the scholarships.
    There will be two scholarships given away this year. Each will be for $200, which may be used for any expenses related to a college education. It is not restricted to tuition and/or books. The scholarship is open to upperclassman as well as freshmen, and adults who desire to obtain a college education. It is not necessary to be a Van Wert County resident to apply.
    Application forms are available from high school guidance counselors, as well as the OSU Extension Office, 1055 South Washington Street, Van Wert. Applications must be completed and returned to this address by July 1, 2003.

    88. Summer Food Service Program
    930 Wildwood Jefferson City, missouri 651020570 New Mexico Chief family nutritionBureau New Mexico Wisconsin Director Community nutrition Team Department of
    State Administering Agencies and Web Site Links
    [Click State name for web site]

    Child Nutrition Programs
    Alabama Department of Education
    Gordon Persons Building
    50 North Ripley Street, Room 5301
    Montgomery, Alabama 36130-2101
    Phone: (334) 242-8249
    Fax: (334) 353-5388 Alaska Program Coordinator Child Nutrition Programs 801 West 10th Street, Suite 200 Juneau, Alaska 99801-1894 Phone: (907) 465-4969 Fax: (907) 465-8910 Arizona Director Student Services State Department of Education 1535 West Jefferson Avenue Phoenix, Arizona 85007 Phone: (602) 542-8703 Fax: (602) 542-3818 Arkansas Director Special Nutrition Programs Slot 705 Division of Children and Family Services Department of Human Services Post Office Box 1437 Little Rock, Arkansas 72203-1437 Phone: (501) 682-8869 Fax: (501) 682-2234 California Director Nutrition Services Division State Department of Education 560 J Street Room 270 Sacramento, California 95814-2342 Phone: (916) 445-4515 Fax: (916) 327-0503 Colorado Director Child Nutrition/Transportation Unit Colorado Department of Education 201 East Colfax Avenue, Room 209

    89. ACF - Programs
    ACF programs, clearinghouses and special projects

    90. Southeast Missouri 1890 Extension Programs
    Visitor Information • Faculty/Staff • Academics • News, Sports Events• Home, Southeast missouri 1890 Extension programs.
    Prospective Students Current Students Visitor Information Faculty/Staff ... Home
    Southeast Missouri 1890 Extension Programs Extension
    Areas of

    Small Farm ...

    The power of me... The Bootheel extension office has become a mainstay for the six-county area of Southeast Missouri it serves. Since 1992, the office has served thousands of families and individuals by collaborating with the Delmo Housing Corporation to provide information and workshops on quality of life issues. In addition, the Kids Beat Program provides educational and recreational opportunities for thousands of limited resource youths each year. The Demonstration Farm serves as an one acre teaching facility for limited resource and minority farm families seeking economic self-sufficiency. Many families have received valuable hands-on training in crop management on the farm which has helped them increase the profitability of their enterprises. For More Information, Contact: Emma Walker
    Project Coordinator
    Up Agriculture and Extension Information Center Agricultural Economics and Marketing ... Paula J. Carter Center on Minority Health and Aging

    91. Welcome To K-State Research And Extension
    Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service that all persons shall haveopportunity and access to its educational programs, services, activities, and
    Wednesday, April 09, 2003
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    It is the policy of Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service that all persons shall have opportunity and access to its educational programs, services, activities, and materials without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, or disability. Kansas State University is an equal opportunity organization.
    These materials may be available in alternative formats. Issues in furtherance of Cooperative Extension Work, Acts of May 8 and June 30, 1914, as amended. Kansas State University, County Extension Councils, Extension Districts, and United States Department of Agriculture Cooperating, Marc A. Johnson, Director.

    92. Annrose Guarino, Ph.D., R.D.
    nutrition educator for regional Pritikin De La Ronde Hospital Course Instructor, FamilyLife 1/80 5/81 Assistant 12/78, University of missouri, Department of
    Personnel: Divisions: For more information or to make comments or suggestions, contact our Webmaster Education Work Experience
    Annrose Guarino, Ph.D., R.D.

    Louisiana State University
    P.O. Box 25100
    Baton Rouge, LA 70894-5100
    • School of Human Resource Education and Workforce Development, LSU, Baton Rouge, LA, Ph.D., Vocational Education, 5/01 School of Allied Health, St. Louis University, St. Louis, MO, Dietetic Traineeship, 1/85-7/85 Department of Nutrition and Dietetics, Tennessee State University, Nashville, TN, Dietetics Coursework, 5/83 School of Home Economics, LSU, Baton Rouge, LA, M.S., Child Development, Marriage, and Family Life, 1/80-5/81 Department of Family Economics, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO, Graduate Coursework, 12/78 School of Home Economics, LSU, Baton Rouge, LA, B.S., Vocational Home Economics Education, 5/78
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    • Family Nutrition Program Principal Investigator
      3/01 - Present, LSU AgCenter, Baton Rouge, LA

    93. Aetna Navigator Public: Family Health
    Familia National Hispanic family health Helpline (866 them to local health providersand
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    April 09, 2003

    94. Alcohol And Drug Abuse
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    Employment Team
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    Division of Alcohol and Drug Abuse
    2003 Status Report Spring Training Institute 2002 Missouri Student Survey Missouri Prevention Needs Assessment Division Overview The Division plans and funds prevention, treatment and rehabilitation programs for alcohol and other drug abuse-a problem that costs the state's ecomomy an estimated $6 billion a year in lost productivity, healthcare expenditures, property damage, and crime. During the last year Division-funded programs provided treatment or intervention to 67,000 individuals. The division, established within the department in 1975, became a statutory entity with passage of the Omnibus Mental Health Act in 1980. The division provides funding for prevention, outpatient, residential, and detoxification services to community-based programs that work with communities to develop and implement comprehensive coordinated plans. The division provides technical assistance to these agencies and operates a certification program that sets standards for treatment programs, qualified professionals, and alcohol and drug related educational programs.

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