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Our Programs

Nutrition & Fitness

In this program, you will receive dietician-developed customized meal plans and grocery lists. You will also have access to our on-demand video library, online workshops, and support groups, and limited live classes and workshops.

Health & Mental Wellness

The Health Coaching Service offers a holistic approach to health and wellbeing. The program serves to bridge the gap between clinicians and patients by providing assistance to people who need help navigating the healthcare system.

Food Equity Programs

Meal Box Programs offer all the ingredients needed to prepare a home-cooked meal – including a vegetarian option. We also provide prepared holiday meals for the houseless.

Food Box / Community Healing

The Equity Food Box Program uses a co-op model that centers equity by offering a one level membership to all. What this means is all members receive the same benefits and have access to the same foods and services regardless of their ability to pay.

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Why We Do This Work

An Uncommon Way To Solve Food Equity

Climate change has profound negative impacts on human health directly and indirectly.

Direct health risks from a changing climate include: temporary and permanent homelessness, lack of access to food, exposure to extreme conditions, heat-related morbidity and mortality, changes in infectious diseases and exposure to poor air quality. Indirect health risks include the erosion of community engagement, isolation, adverse pregnancy outcomes, higher rates of pulmonary, neurological, and cardiovascular diseases, and worsening mental health. These risks affect all US residents but have disproportionate repercussions for under-resourced and overburdened communities and individuals, such as communities of color, children, people with disabilities, experiencing homelessness, chronic diseases, and our older adults.

Structural racism and discrimination against groups that have been marginalized play a direct role in health inequities and are a part of our current public health crises. These disenfranchised populations are already experiencing an unprecedented decline in life expectancy due to environmental, social, political, and economic conditions that determine community health and well-being. Direct and indirect climate related health issues threaten to exacerbate the health of our most vulnerable populations. Creating climate-resilient health systems, implementing adaptation measures, and mitigating greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions can protect human health.

We are social advocacy and food equity entrepreneurs who are spearheading the incorporation of new concepts into our programs and leading the way in mitigating climate impact in our programs. We view the well-being of communities as fundamentally dependent on the intersection of community social engagement, nutritious food they are empowered to grow and harvest by climate neutral/negative technology and access to healthcare that is holistic and centered on the well-being of the individual within their community.

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Our mission is to rebel against inequity in support of an innovative matriarchal system of mutual aid, creating, and cultivating regenerative community-based ecosystems.

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