Like maybe if we were to get some of the nutritional coaches from WIC or other places to offer services and maybe even to certify people who would like to volunteer, so that we COULD teach people on government assistance the necessities of budgeting and eating (and preparing meals) in a more healthy way?
Community involvement could be a huge factor in making a difference. :)
Everyone always says how they should require this... I wonder what would happen if we became more proactive about the issue at hand? :)
And I say this as a person on FS myself. So no, I am NOT bashing anyone. Just curious if it might be benefitial to others.
I don't know about making it mandatory for people on assistance, but why not make a class like that available to a whole community? It's not as if people on PA are the only ones that are eating unhealthy. If someone were to offer a free class on something like that for a whole community there wouldn't be a stigma attached to it and helpful information would be available to a wider variety of citizens. JMO.
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