Universities & Colleges
Nutrible makes it easy to provide food support to students who need it most!
The average benefit amount for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program for individuals is $195 per month in free nutrition support.
Many students qualify for SNAP because they have little to no income. Students miss thousands of dollars in food support because they do not know about supplemental food programs they can specifically access.
Nutrible provides a smooth process for institutions to easily guide students to food banks, state and local food programs, and medically tailored meals.
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Community organizations and care providers are taking advantage of Nutrible:
Whether as a community food-sourcing tool or for medically tailored food delivery—
We help improve the nutrition outcomes of vulnerable populations!
Nutrible's all-in-one, unique platform gives community facilities various choices and convenience on our easy-to-use application.
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According to the USDA Economic Research Service, the mean prevalence of food insecurity in the United States in 2019 was 10.5%. The rates of food insecurity among racial/ethnic minority groups were higher than the US mean rate, at 22.5% among Black populations and 18.5% among Hispanic populations. Additionally, patients who are malnourished are 50% more likely to be readmitted or die within 100 days post-discharge.
Nutrible exists to ensure patients who need it most have access to food regardless of their income, ethnic background, health literacy status, or physical ability.
See What Doctors Think!
Dr. Monique Smith MD, MSc, is the founding director of Health DesignED: The Acute Care Design + Innovation Center in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Emory University. Dr. Smith is also an emergency physician at Grady Memorial Hospital, and a thought leader on design thinking in health care and health equity.
In this clip, she discusses how the ability to "prescribe wellness" via Nutrible is an impactful alternative that can change health outcomes for patients with different cultural and economic needs.