What is the Nutrition Council of Oregon?
The Nutrition Council of Oregon is a group of nutrition professionals concerned with public health nutrition issues that affect population groups in Oregon. Members of the Nutrition Council of Oregon come from around the state and represent public health, academic settings, nutrition and food programs, and non-profit organizations interested in promoting the nutritional health of Oregonians. The Nutrition Council of Oregon co-authored Oregon’s statewide nutrition and physical activity plan and over-sees the on-going implementation and evaluation of the plan.
Who is in the Nutrition Council of Oregon?
Nutrition Council of Oregon member organizations include:
- Community Health Partnership – Oregon’s Public Health Institute
- DHS – Public Health Division, Child and Adolescent Health
- DHS – Public Health Division, Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention
- DHS – Public Health Division, Seniors and People with Disabilities
- DHS – Public Health Division, Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Program
- Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board
- OHSU – School of Medicine – Dietetic and Nutrition Education Program
- Oregon Dairy Council
- Oregon Department of Education, Child Nutrition Program
- Oregon Food Bank
- Oregon State University, Extension Service
- Region X Head Start
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