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WIC is healthy food and a lot more. WIC is a nutrition program for pregnant women, new and breastfeeding moms, and children under 5.

  • WIC helps improve the health of mothers and children through four services:
    • Nutrition education
    • Monthly checks for healthy food
    • Health screenings and referrals
    • Breastfeeding support
  • WIC reaches 304,000 women, infants, and children each year in Washington state. Find out if you’re eligible.
  • There are over 200 WIC clinics across Washington State, including this one hosted by United General District 304.
    You can also call the Family Health Hotline 1-800-322-2588 or visit www.ParentHelp123.org to find a WIC clinic near you.
  • Almost half of all babies in Washington are on WIC.

WIC is…nutrition education

  • Kid-friendly recipes, tips about feeding your children, and ideas to improve your whole family’s health and nutrition
  • Nutrition advice for children with food allergies
  • One-on-one appointments with a nutritionist at no cost to you
  • Ideas about how to be active together as a family

WIC is…monthly checks for healthy food

  • Monthly checks for healthy food like milk, cereal, fruits and vegetables
  • Extra foods for fully breastfeeding moms
  • Checks for iron-fortified formula for non-breastfed babies
  • Checks for jarred baby fruits, vegetables, and meats

WIC is…health screenings and referrals

WIC is…breastfeeding support

  • Information about the special benefits of breastfeeding
  • One-one-one appointments with a lactation consultant, and chances to connect with other WIC moms who are breastfeeding
  • Information and resources to help you keep breastfeeding after going back to work or school
  • Breast pumps at some WIC clinic locations
Washington State WIC Nutrition Program does not discriminate. We are an equal opportunity provider.