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Welcome to the Statewide Training Resource Site

Here you can find resources, curriculum, and training opportunities to support your CalFresh Healthy Living work.



CATCH Training

CATCH (Coordinated Approach to Child Health) Implementer Training

CATCH Physical Education and Kids Club After School program training session, open to all CFHL staff who want to become implementers. This is also an opportunity for current implementers to recertify.
Wiser Dining

Wiser Dining Informational Webinar

Dive into creating sustainable nutrition changes for congregate meal sites. Wiser Dining is a comprehensive policy, systems, and environmental (PSE) change intervention for congregate meal sites that supports a client-centered, health-promoting, positive experience for clients, staff, and volunteers. Whether you want to enhance your community reach, offer more informed choices, or explore new PSE change strategies, this webinar is for you!
promising practices summit

Bay Area Promising Practices Summit Food for Thought: Innovative Approaches to Reducing Food Waste

Join us on Wednesday, May 29, 2024, for a free in-person event hosted by the Bay Area Nutrition and Physical Activity Collaborative (BANPAC) and CalFresh Healthy Living Statewide Training. The Bay Area Promising Practices Summit will be held in Oakland, California and will concentrate on successful initiatives and practical tips for implementing food waste prevention, reduction, and redistribution programs in your community. The Summit will also offer an opportunity to explore methods for guaranteeing that programs and initiatives are accessible, inclusive, and equitable for all members of the community.
Connecting the Dots

Connecting the Dots - Basics Training

Connecting the Dots - Basics Training is designed for newer CFHL staff. Originally a pre-forum session, this training is a little different. This is a self-paced course and two live session training that will provide the "big picture" and introduce foundational models, plans, and frameworks of CFHL.

J-TICH is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal that welcomes articles on food, nourishment, nutrition security, and community flourishing.

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