A Skagit Gleaners membership can help you save money on your monthly food expenses and household needs. Visit their website at www.skagitgleaners.org/membership
There may be a few reasons that you don't have food benefits on your account: You may have purchased all of your foods for the month. You can check your "Purchase History" on your WICShopper app to see what foods have been purchased recently. Check to see if you have an appointment with us scheduled
Whether you are an existing WIC client or interested in applying for WIC, we would love to hear from you! You can make an appointment in one of the following ways: Call us at 360-854-0435 Fill out our contact form Email us at WIC@UnitedGeneral.org
No, we will not ask you about your citizenship or immigration status.
Our current WIC staff members speak English and Spanish. We have access to interpreters on the phone for other languages. Nutrition education and breastfeeding materials are printed in a variety of languages. The WIC Shopper App has many language options available.
WIC appointments are individualized for you, and they usually happen every 1-3 months.
Click to see what usually happens at our WIC appointments.
HelpMeGrow Skagit helps locals grow up healthy from pregnancy to early childhood through services such as the Pregnancy Connections Nurse, Family Resource Navigator, and Family Resource center.
Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) is a program of the Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) that provides cash grants and medical coverage for Washington State residents who are responsible for the care of children under the age of 18 or who are pregnant and meet the eligibility criteria.
The Family Resource Center is available to families with young children seeking items such as diapers, wipes, and cleaning products. Call or text 360-230-9129. Visit the HelpMeGrow Skagit website for more services and information.