Topic: WIC

FRAC Weighs in on Healthy People 2030 — the Nation’s Roadmap for Health

Senior Nutrition Policy & Research Analyst

Healthy People is an initiative released by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) that provides a 10-year timeline of public health objectives (e.g., increased immunization rates, reduced food insecurity) for improving the health of Americans. Healthy People is now in its fourth edition as Healthy People 2020 (launched in 2010), and efforts to develop Healthy People 2030 are well underway.

From December 3, 2018, through January 17, 2019, the public had the opportunity to provide comments on the proposed objectives for Healthy People 2030.

Remember This December: Hunger is Solvable With WIC

Director of Nutrition Policy and Early Childhood Programs

During the holidays and all year long, millions of individuals and families who struggle against hunger are able to access healthy food with support from the federal nutrition programs. To celebrate the nation’s nutrition safety net, FRAC is releasing a seven-part “Remember This December” series that will highlight the impact of seven important federal nutrition programs.

This is the first installment of the series, which focuses on the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC).

Becoming an Anti-Hunger Advocate

This guest blog is authored by Linda Bopp, Executive Director of Hunger Solutions New York and recipient of the 2018 Food Research & Action Center (FRAC) Dr. Raymond Wheeler/Senator Paul Wellstone Anti-Hunger Advocacy Leadership Award.