Healthy Living
Healthy Communities
Healthy Schools
Healthy Teachers
Healthy Families
Healthy Seniors


is a comprehensive initiative, launched by the First Lady, dedicated to solving the challenge of childhood obesity within a generation, so that children born today will grow up healthier and able to pursue their dreams. Combining comprehensive strategies with common sense, Let's Move! is about putting children on the path to a healthy future during their earliest months and years. Giving parents helpful information and fostering environments that support healthy choices. Providing healthier foods in our schools. Ensuring that every family has access to healthy, affordable food. And, helping kids become more physically active.

Everyone has a role to play in reducing childhood obesity, including parents, elected officials from all levels of government, schools, health care professionals, faith-based and community-based organizations, and private sector companies. Your involvement is key to ensuring a healthy future for our children. Click here to learn more.

Healthy Communities
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Healthy Communities are for all of us; families, seniors, young people, anyone interested in helping to make their communities a healthier placefor life!

Champions for Change Healthy Living Council

Healthy living champions for change Councils

The Healthy Living Champions for Change groups are moving into a new phase for this school year. After learning about unhealthy fats, added sugars and the importance of daily physical activity during the 2009-2010 school year, the group members are now taking action to make changes both on personal and community levels.

Click here to learn how you can be a Champion for Change.

Soda Free…for life! Campaigns


The Soda Free…for life! campaign encourages Alameda County residents to re-think their drinks and consider drinking healthier alternatives. To find out more about the campaigns and how you and your family can be soda free, click here.

Visit for more information about the Soda Free Summer Campaign.



Nutrition Services works with numerous partners to help spread the word and educate the community about healthy eating, being physically active and other health topics. 

Train-the-trainer workshops are conducted throughout the year to develop the community’s capacity to teach others and to help us reach a broad number of residents and community members.  Nutrition Services has packaged these workshop materials into toolkits that you can use to share the message and educate others on various topics.  Each toolkit includes a curriculum and supporting materials and handouts for your presentation.  Check out the education modules that are designed for you to present to your clients, at the worksite to staff, or even at a family reunion…

To view and download educational resources from Nutrition Services’ community workshops, click here.

Farmer's Markets

Farmer's Markets

Fresh fruits and vegetables are the key ingredients for Healthy Living…for life. Farmers' markets offer a fun and easy way to get them. Most markets in Alameda County accept EBT cards.

Check out this list of local farmers' markets located in a variety of neighborhoods throughout Alameda County.

Worksite Wellness

worksite wellness

Click here to see a variety of education modules that Nutrition Services has designed for you to present to your clients, at the worksite to staff, or even at a family reunion.

Faith Based Organizations


Nutrition Services partners with the Faith-based community to promote health messages to clergy leaders and their congregations. Through collaborations with church Health Ministries, Nutrition Services has participated in special health promotions like Soda Free Sunday, nutrition education workshops as well as health fairs.

Community Health Centers


Nutrition Services partners with community-based health clinics to reach low-income audiences in Alameda County with important nutrition and physical activity messages. Through a series of train-the-trainer nutrition education workshops, we have trained and equipped community health educators from the West Oakland Health Center, La Clinica de la Raza, and Tibercio Vasquez with important health messages that they communicate to the residents in the communities they serve.


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