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Tacoma Pierce County Health Department

Tacoma Pierce County Health Department

Implementing Agency (IA)

Department of Health

Key Contacts

Noa Kay
IA Lead
Email Noa

Tacoma Pierce County Health Department SNAP Ed Program

About Us

Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department has successfully provided multiple levels of SNAP-Ed in our community for many years.  Our current focus is to partner with communities and organizational partners to improve physical activity and healthy eating opportunities through policy, systems, and environmental change strategies.

Tacoma-Pierce County Health District logo.

Tacoma Pierce County Health Department

Meet our Team!

Tacoma Pierce County Health Department
Diane Evans
SNAP-Ed Coordinator
Tacoma Pierce County Health Department
Marcy Boulet

Contact Us

Diane Evans, SNAP-Ed Coordinator,

Current Programming

Direct Education

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  • Collaborate with local agencies, organizations, and advocates to increase physical activity and healthy eating.
  • Expand opportunities for active transportation.
  • Prioritize communities with the poorest health outcomes.
  • Promote nutrition resources.
  • Promote food insecurity screenings at Family Resource Centers.
  • Support schools, community gardens and farm development skills and incubation.

Community Partners

  • City of Tacoma
  • Communities of Focus
    • East Tacoma
    • Parkland
    • South Tacoma
    • Springbrook
  • Downtown On The Go
  • Family Support Partnership
  • ForeverGreen Trails
  • Grandview Early Learning Center
  • Metro Parks Tacoma
  • MultiCare
  • Pierce Conservation District
  • Pierce County
  • Pierce County Family Resource Centers
  • Pierce Transit
  • Safe Streets
  • The Farm at Franklin Pierce Schools
  • Trust for Public Land
  • University of Washington Tacoma
  • Walk & Roll Pierce County Collaborative
  • WSU Extension Pierce County