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Nutrition for women and children

The Women, Infants and Children (WIC) service is a health and nutrition program that helps pregnant and recently pregnant individuals, along with children 5 years of age and younger get food, health care and nutrition education.

Interested in WIC?

Call to see if you qualify. For Washington, call (855) 942-4622. For Oregon, call (855) 942-9420. If you would like one of our WIC team members to contact you, please fill out an interest form by clicking the button below.


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Feeding imagination

WIC foods provide the nutrition that children’s brains need to develop, so they’re ready to learn when they start school.

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Keeping families healthy

WIC makes it easier for caregivers to buy and prepare healthy meals and snacks for their families. We’re here to help you.

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Supporting a healthy future

Breastfeeding provides babies the healthiest start in life. WIC helps breastfeeding individuals succeed with education and support.

Benefits of breastfeeding

About WIC

Everybody wants to provide the best, healthiest start for their newborn baby. But the amount of information online and food choices available can be overwhelming. How is a new caregiver supposed to know what foods are best to fuel a baby’s growing body and brain?

That’s where WIC comes in. WIC is a program developed by the US Department of Agriculture to provide highly-nutritious foods and support to pregnant and recently pregnant individuals, as well as children from birth through age 5. WIC-approved foods are specially selected because they contain vital nutrients growing children need.

WIC starts before your baby is born, with healthy foods, nutrition education, and breastfeeding support. WIC foods have been shown to boost brain development, help enhance concentration, and build strong muscles so children are ready to learn and succeed when they start preschool—and new caregivers can feel confident in the choices they make for their children.


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What is a dietitian?

Our WIC Dietitians are experts when it comes to feeding yourself and your family. They can guide you in making nutritious choices. They can also help you strategize to stretch your dollars at the grocery store and then figure out what to make with what’s available.

They also know a lot about community resources. They work with you and your health care providers to connect you with free or low-cost services that can make it easier to take care of your family.

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