Community Partnerships and Collaborations
Alameda County Nutrition Services values community. Through our direct education, participation in events and community partnerships we are able to thoughtfully engage with residents. With them, we learn what is important and how our services can better meet community needs. Below are some examples of our partnerships.
- CNAP: Alameda County Nutrition Action Partnership
- CNAP’s goal is to promote optimal health for eligible Alameda County residents so that local nutritious food and physical activity opportunities are readily available and easy to access. CNAP usually convenes the 4th Tuesday of the month from 1-3:00pm at the Alameda County Community Food Bank. Contact Annette Laverty at Annette.Laverty@acgov.org for bi-laws and more information.
- BANPAC: Bay Area Nutrition and Physical Activity Collaborative
- Oakland Food Policy Council
- Youth Ventures Joint Powers Authority | Oakland Thrives Leadership Council | Health Impact Table
- Ashland Cherryland Healthy Communities Collaborative
- Active Oakland, an active transportation, Safe Routes to School program in partnership with AC Public Works, City of Oakland Police Department, Oakland Unified School District with Transform.