Catholic Medical Center Launches Preventative Food Pantry

NEC member Catholic Medical Center recently launched a Preventative Food Pantry for its patients. While programs like this one are growing in nationwide popularity, CMC is the first hospital in New Hampshire to launch such an initiative.

The program is intended to serve patients identified by social workers and nutritionists as having chronic medical conditions such as hypertension, diabetes and obesity by providing them with wholesome foods and nutrition counseling. It will also bridge the gap between physicians, nutritionists, and patients. Upon receiving their prescription, patients will visit the Parish of the Transfiguration Food Pantry to check in with volunteer nurses and then collect their boxes of healthy food. Instrumental contributors to the program include the Bishop’s Charitable Assistance Fund, who provided an initial donation to assist with startup costs, as well as the New Hampshire Food Bank, who will supply the food.

The NEC congratulates Catholic Medical Center on this landmark initiative and thanks them for their commitment to finding solutions to the issue of food insecurity.

Read more in Catholic Medical Center’s Press Release or in The Washington Times.

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