Children in the Garden

PROGRAMS

Just Food’s programs aim to reduce barriers to health and well-being, and cultivating self-sufficiency. Food insecurity and hunger does not exist in isolation, as families are affected by multiple, overlapping issues. Together, these issues are important social determinants of health. At Just Food, we believe any responses to food insecurity must also address the overlapping challenges our friends and neighbors face each day.
 
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cook

Just Cook is a free program that teaches people of all ages how to cook healthy meals for under $2/serving.

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basics

Just Basics helps assists households provide basic needs that are often left out of federally funded programs.

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pots &

pantry

Pots and Pan-try provides quality kitchen supplies for Douglas County families in need.

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grow

Just Grow is a free program that provides families with education and resources to grow their own food.

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health

Just Health and our Community Health Specialist assists with basic nutrition, sleep schedules, water consumption, mindfulness and body positivity.

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kitchen

works

A free training program that give students the skills and certification to work in a professional kitchen.