Cameron County

Cost-Benefit of EFNEP (FY 2013-14)

Studies have shown that for every $1 spent on EFNEP, $10 were estimated to be saved in health care costs and $2 saved in food costs by participants. For Cameron County, this equals $4.7 million in estimated health care cost savings and almost $938,666 in food costs.

 

 

Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program
114 Cater Mattil
2253 TAMU
College Station, Texas
77843-2253
phone: 979.845.2798
fax: 979.862.8404

[Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service]

[The Texas A&M University System]