Families and Health
Kerri Wade, Extension Educator
Home is where the heart is, and family and home issues are at the heart of WVU Extension Families & Health programming. Programs such as Community Educational Outreach Service (also referred to as CEOS and CEOS Clubs); Dining with Diabetes; and the Family Nutrition Program (also called FNP) help serve West Virginians with healthy information.
Home Canning and Preserving
The popularity of home preserving and canning is on the rise. We are the go-to source for safety information for home preserving. Check out our canning information, including our upcoming canning classes.
Community Educational Outreach Service (CEOS)The primary purpose of CEOS clubs is education. The basis for its existence is the desire of people to improve the quality of their living, to find and live the “good life”, to inspire families and individual citizens to make life long learning a great adventure as they advance toward enriched living in the home and in the enlarged community. Learn more about CEOS in Kanawha County.
Dining With Diabetes (DWD)The Dining With Diabetes program was designed to help individuals make changes in their lifestyles that can help control diabetes and manage their symptoms. Learn more about this valuable program in Kanawha County.
Family Nutrition Program (FNP)The West Virginia Family Nutrition Program (FNP) is a statewide outreach program which focuses on nutrition, food, and physical activity through multiple projects, community-based initiatives and key partnerships. Learn more about FNP Programs in Kanawha County.
Energy ExpressEnergy Express is an award winning, six-week summer reading program that offers two nutritious meals a day. In Kanawha County, Energy Express has programs in Dunbar, West Charleston and Sharon. Visit WVU Energy Express.
“No significant learning occurs without a significant relationship.” – Dr. James Comer