How we cultivate a just food system and opportunities for joyful movement:
There are various planning processes that organizations and communities engage in on a regular basis that have great influence over development, design, service delivery, and programming approaches. Pinnacle Prevention collaborates with partners to design, facilitate, evaluate, and carry out planning processes to uplift community voices in decision-making that impacts wellbeing.
The programs offered through Pinnacle Prevention support a complimentary approach to supporting wellbeing including Double Up Food Bucks Arizona, the Arizona Farmers Market Nutrition Program for families participating in WIC and seniors, Pots to Love, Seeds to Grow, Active Living and Built Environment initiative, our Trauma Informed Nutrition Systems initiative, and our coalition work with Arizona Food Systems Network.
Explore our programs and initiatives:
The trauma-informed nutrition initiative led by Pinnacle Prevention reflects on the intersection of trauma science, nutrition science, and public health science and how this impacts how we engage communities around nutrition, movement, and health.