We work hand-in-hand with communities across Oregon to improve health and well-being.
The goal of the Healthy Community Outreach Program is to empower local communities to work together to improve the lifelong health of Oregonians where they live, work, learn and play in ways that stimulate innovation and collaboration. To achieve this, the Moore Family Center partners with the OSU Extension Service to engage diverse communities and leverage existing partnerships across the state.
View highlights of our 2019-2020 Healthy Community Outreach projects and program.
Learn to cook with the Moore Family Center, University Housing and Dining, and the Nutrition and Dietetics Club. Whether you are a true beginner or just want to improve your skills in the kitchen, we can help.
The Moore Family Center has partnered with OSU Extension Service 4-H to cultivate a team of Farm to School Teens as Teachers who will provide Growing Healthy Families, a nutrition and cooking class for elementary students and their families in Albany, Oregon for the 2020-21 academic year.
The OSU dietetic internship program and the Moore Family Center offers free 60-minute nutrition consult visits for OSU faculty and staff. Sessions are open on select Fridays in fall, winter, and spring terms. Email Michelle Bump for more information.