WIC is for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding, infants, and children under the age of 5.
- You can have a job.
- You can be single or married.
- You can be living with your parents.
- You can be unemployed.
- You can be a student.
- You can be a father with a child under the age of five.
- You can be a foster parent with a child under the age of five.
- eWIC cards for healthy foods that provide essential vitamins and minerals needed to support growth. Foods may include milk, cheese, tofu, 100% fruit juice, soy-based beverages, eggs, fruits, vegetables, legumes, peanut butter, infant formulas and infant cereals, baby foods, hot and cold cereals, whole grain breads/tortillas and brown rice. (To see qualifying foods, click here.)
- Nutrition Counseling
- Breastfeeding Support
- Health Referrals to Families
Extended hours are available to make WIC more convenient for working families. Early morning and late day appointments are available in a number of locations. Please ask if you need a special appointment time.
For WIC Services in Lewis and Jefferson Counties, please visit our friends at North Country Family Health Center