Adagio Health Power Up

SNAP-Ed Nutrition Education Program

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Our team has developed virtual lessons for students, parents, adults, teachers, and more! 

ABOUT US

Power Up is a SNAP-Education program funded by the USDA. Adagio Health’s Power Up nutrition education program encourages students (Preschool through 12th grade), adults, seniors and communities to choose healthier foods and live active lifestyles. Through direct, evidence-based nutrition lessons, participants learn strategies to adopt healthy habits that will have an impact on their current and future health.

 

Power Up educators are working with community partners to create healthier environments by influencing local policies, systems, and environments Power Up is provided at no-cost to eligible locations.

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603 Stanwix Street, Suite 500

Pittsburgh, PA 15222

1-800-215-7494

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This material was funded by USDA’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) through the PA Department of Human Services (DHS). This institution is an equal opportunity provider. (Full Statement)