Family Nutrition Program (FNP)

The Family Nutrition Program (FNP) is a FREE program available to families in Wright County to help parents provide nutritious food for their families, leading to healthy children and strong families. The program also helps youth make choices for better health.  Family Nutrition Program (FNP) staff work with pregnant teens, families with young children and youth. Program staff meet with participants one-on-one and in small groups. Lessons are selected depending on the needs and wants of the participants. The lessons include activities, worksheets, games, and cooking.
The lesson will be provide icipants with the following:

  • Save money - shop and waste less food
  • Save time - at the store and in the kitchen
  • Help picky eaters - try new foods
  • Learn how to make easy and low-cost meals
  • Try new meal ideas
  • Strengthen family relationships

Nutrition lessons are available to limited-income households with children 10 and under and include recipes, food preparation and tasting, and free gifts. Graduates receive a certificate and cookbook upon completion.

To register and for more info,please contact:
Catalina Perry, FNP
(515)532-3453 or (515)825-8542                          
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