Interventions- Promising Models

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While we believe that different models can be an effective way of supporting food security for students and families, we recognize that each model requires varying levels of capacity and models should align with community needs and center priorities. We encourage sites to approach this as a long-term change process to always assess your community’s needs and assets and determine the best method(s) for connecting families to existing resources or filling in gaps (see section 3 Readiness).

“The program has created a robust resource for families. With multiple and varied components (financial assistance, produce boxes, hot meals, classes, etc.) we have been able to offer every family at least one, and usually many, options that fit with their preferences and needs.”