Resources and Community

Family Wellness Resources

Parents and students can find information from reliable sources to learn about health, wellness and nutrition. Click on the link for easy online access to both local and national resources.


Nutrition and Health Information Resources

       This link provides information on food distribution site (French version) and pop up pantry schedules.

  • Montgomery County Food Council Food Assistance Resources English

    This link provides information on current hunger relief resources and emergency food providers in Montgomery County.

  • Montgomery County Food Council's Food Assistance Resources Spanish

    This link provides information on current hunger relief resources and emergency food providers in Montgomery County in Spanish.

  • Eat Smart, Be Fit Maryland

    This website provides information for Maryland families on eating right and being active with a focus on local community events and resources.

  • Fruits and Vegetables

    This website provides information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on the health benefits of eating fruits and vegetables.

  • Fruits and Veggies More Matters

    This website provides busy parents with recipes, serving ideas, shopping advice, and creative ideas for including more fruits and vegetables in the family eating plan.

  • Fuel Up to Play 60

    The National Dairy Council provides information and a variety of interactive tools on nutrition, health and wellness for parents, children and teachers.

  • Maryland State Department of Education: Take 15 for the Health of It

    This website provides practical tools for parents to help children develop good eating habits, enjoy physical activity, and deal with sensitive issues such as body image and drug and alcohol use. It includes tip sheets and a yearly calendar of daily activities that parents can do with their children to teach habit habits.

  • My Plate

    This website features the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) ChooseMyPlate, which provides information on how to create a personalized eating plan and balance food intake with physical activity, as well as interactive learning tools for adults and children.

  • Nutrition Information

    This website includes links to a wealth of information from across federal government agencies on nutrition, food facts, healthy eating, physical activity, and food safety.

  • School Nutrition Association: Information for Parents

    Provides information and resources to assist parents on food wellness policies, healthy recipes, nutrition education, and school meal facts.

National Health and Nutrition Associations

Food Allergy Information

Vegetarian Nutrition Resources

These websites provide a variety of information and recipes on vegetarian nutrition and eating for adults and children.

Food Safety Information

Nutrition Fun for Kids

  • Dole Superkids

    This website is a great resource for teachers looking for a fun way to teach children about the importance of eating fruits and vegetables. In addition to complete lesson plans, crossword puzzles, coloring pages and music/songs are also available.

  • Let’s Move

    This website provides a comprehensive overview of the First Lady’s initiative “Let’s Move,” which focuses on reducing childhood obesity by incorporating healthy eating, physical activity, and family and community support and involvement.

  • MyPlate Kids’ Place

    This website features interactive games, activity sheets, videos, songs, recipes and more for children.

  • SuperKids Nutrition™

    This website has a variety of interactive games and activities for children to play to learn about healthy eating and physical activity.

Related Links

  • The School Nutrition Association
  • The Maryland School Nutrition Association
  • U.S. Department of Agriculture: Food and Nutrition Service
  • USDA
  • The Maryland State Department of Education
  • U.S. National Agricultural Library: Food and Human Nutrition
  • Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
  • U.S. Food and Drug Administration
  • Gateway to Federal Food Safety Information

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