CalFresh Healthy Living, UC Curriculum
CFHL Approved Curricula Lists
- CalFresh Healthy Living, University of California Approved Curricula List (Under Revision, will be reposted soon)
- This list contains curriculum approved for use with CFHL, UC County Programs. Select curriculum from this list to use with your direct education efforts and when drafting your Integrated Work Plan.
- 2021 California CalFresh Healthy Living Integrated Curricula List
- Curriculum may also be selected from this list to use with CFHL, UC County Programs. Check in with the State Office to obtain approval before using curriculum that is not listed on the CalFresh Healthy Living, UC Approved Curricula List (see above list).
Curriculum Approval Process
CalFresh Healthy Living, UC and EFNEP updated the protocol for requesting to use new curricula. The protocol was developed by members of the CFHL, UC and EFNEP Joint Curriculum Committee and the CFHL, UC Evaluation Task Force. The following document describes the Curriculum Approval Process.
Curriculum Fidelity and Modification
In CFHL, use of evidence-based curricula helps provide the most effective nutrition education interventions to our target audience. Using curricula as designed ensures the quality of the nutrition education. Modifying curriculum is sometimes necessary and allowable if the curriculum does not meet the needs of an agency or target audience. The links below provide access to a document outlining the curriculum modification process and a training on curriculum fidelity.
Evidence Based Summaries
The USDA requires that SNAP-Ed Programs implement evidence-based approaches. The CFHL, UC Program uses many curricula that were developed by the University of California. Evidence Based Summaries were developed for these curricula to outline their effectiveness in encouraging behavior change in the food, beverage and physical activity choices of our target population.
Program Flyer Templates
These Program Flyer Templates can be used to promote your CFHL, UC County Program’s direct education efforts. Each flyer provides a brief description of the curricula available for each target audience. These flyers can be updated with your County’s name and contact information and then distributed to current or potential schools and agencies.
Curriculum Flyer Templates
These Curriculum Flyer Templates contain descriptions of the specific curriculum including content, objectives, common core standards addressed for the youth curriculum, as well as evaluation and research information about the curriculum. These flyers can be updated with your County name and contact information and then distributed to current or potential schools and agencies.
Intergenerational Curricula Materials and Resources
Intergenerational collaboration has the potential to unite and improve communities through authentic engagement between youth, adults and older adults. Supporting the “school as a hub model” of service delivery, intergenerational activities further promote healthy lifestyle messaging across generations.
- Intergenerational Vision Statement
- Documenting Your Intergenerational Work
- Intergenerational Curriculum List
- Intergenerational Interventions from the SNAP-Ed Toolkit
SMART is a mnemonic which stands for Specific Measurable Achievable Realistic Time. It is a way of developing specific goals for a project. Each of the CalFresh Healthy Living, University of California program's curricula have a specific set of SMART objectives. Ideally, participants taught with each curriculum will achieve the goals listed in that curriculum's SMART objective. The complete listing for all Adult/Family-Centered and Youth curricula is in the file below, with the appropriate Evaluation Tool is also listed.