Meals Matter: The Community Eligibility Provision and Student Success in North Carolina

This brief from NCAH the Education Policy Initiative at Carolina describes the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) and looks at differences in student outcomes between schools with similar income levels that do and don’t participate in CEP.


NCAH’s SNAPshots provide a look at the status of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program in every legislative district in North Carolina.

Voices of Hunger in North Carolina

Voices of Hunger in North Carolina, presented by the NC Alliance for Health and MomsRising, explores food, hunger, and equity in North Carolina.

Mornings with Morgan

Morgan speaks with members and partners who are experts in the areas of health equity, healthy food access, active living, tobacco use prevention and cessation, policy, and more.

Taking Charge of Your Health

This book has resources and tips for improving your health and making healthy choices. You can live your best life by taking charge of your health!

This project has been funded in whole or in part with Federal funds from the Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, National Library of Medicine, under Grant Number UG4LM012340 with the University of Maryland, Baltimore.

Supporting Healthy Food Access in NC

This report highlights recommendations from the North Carolina Healthy Food Retail Task Force to improve the availability of health, affordable foods in underserved areas through the development of healthy food retail options in NC.

Food for Every Child: The Need for Healthy Food Access in NC

This report details barriers to healthy food retail in North Carolina.

Secure Families, Farms, and Communities

This food policy roadmap from NCAH, in partnership with Food Insight Group, lays out recommendations for policy solutions that will nourish all of North Carolina.

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North Carolina Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Coverage Application

This application was developed through a partnership with the Master of Geospatial Information Science and Technology (MGIST) program at North Carolina State University and NCAH. There are two main purposes for this application. First, it is to show the locations of SNAP retailers in North Carolina and provide the store name and address. Secondly, through geospatial analysis of census data, the application helps identify disparities in SNAP coverage in North Carolina legislative districts (Congressional, Senate, and House).

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