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Nutrition Programs – About Us

Published on September 24, 2014 Last modified on March 8, 2017


The Nutrition and Fitness Collaborative of the Central Coast (NFCCC) is a coalition of 50+ agencies spanning Monterey, Santa Cruz, and San Benito counties, representing schools, agencies, and organizations working to improve the health and well being of Central Coast residents.

The NFCCC sponsors professional trainings, conferences and community forums, to support and promote the mission and vision of the NFCCC.

  • Goal I: The NFCCC will maximize information, networking, coordination, training, resources, and potential impact of Network-funded projects in the regional area.

  • Goal II: The NFCCC will bring partners together to plan and implement initiatives that make it easier for low-income populations to adopt healthy eating and physical activity lifestyles in their communities

The NFCCC e-Blast is issued as information of member interest is accumulated, and is sent approximately 2-4 times per month.  It serves as a conduit of information from and to NFCCC members, partners and friends, and includes emerging resources, training, events, health trends, data, funding, advocacy, and employment opportunities. The e-Blast is provided for information only, and does not imply the endorsement of the NFCCC or its members.

Links to NFCCC Partner Organizations

Members, partners, and friends of the Nutrition and Fitness Collaborative of the Central Coast provide websites of value and interest to everyone working for a healthier community.

Click here for the most current list of NFCCC partner organizations

For more information or to become a member of the Nutrition and Fitness Collaborative of the Central Coast (NFCCC), contact Christine Dresslar Moss, Staff to the Collaborative, at (831) 796-2894 or mosscd@co.monterey.ca.us.  There is no fee or obligation to join, simply the desire to improve the health of Central Coast residents.

For upcoming meetings, click on calendar events

Rethinking Sugary Drinks on the Central Coast

Policy Brief: Taking a Step in the Right Direction!

Physical Activity for You