NEOP objectives are expected to prevent and reduce the leading risk factors for chronic diseases among the SNAP eligible population, such as poor nutrition and physical inactivity. These are two of the three risk factors described in the 3-4-50 concept. The 3-4-50 concept states that tobacco use, poor nutrition and physical inactivity are the three risk factors that contribute to the four major chronic diseases—cancer, heart disease and stroke, type 2 diabetes and lung disease—that lead to more than 50 percent of deaths in the region.
Healthy Works is a provider of NEOP services in San Diego County. Through NEOP, Healthy Works collaborates with many locally contracted community partners to help make San Diego County a healthier place to live, work, learn, play and worship. For information on current NEOP partnerships, projects and programs taking place through Healthy Works, please click project summary links below.
- Community Agriculture Planning Project
- County Nutrition Action Partnership
- Communities of Excellence in Nutrition, Physical Activity and Obesity Prevention (CX3) Projects in HHSA Regions
- Faith-Based Program
- Nutrition Education
- Physical Activity Integration
- Retail Program
- School Wellness Program
- Worksite Wellness Program
This material is produced by the California Department of Public Health’s Nutrition Education and Obesity Prevention Branch with funding from USDA SNAP-Ed, known in California as CalFresh. These institutions are equal opportunity providers and employers. CalFresh provides assistance to low-income households and can help buy nutritious food for better health. For CalFresh information, call 2-1-1 . For important nutrition information, visit www.CaChampionsForChange.net .
Webpage last updated 08/31/2017