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The federally-funded WIC program was established to improve the health of nutritionally at-risk low income women, infants, and children up to age 5.  WIC foods provide important nutrients to help mothers and children grow and develop. Services are provided at no cost to the recipient.

Who is Eligible

Participants are income-eligible Washington state residents, insured or uninsured, who are

  • Pregnant

  • Moms up to 6 months after baby is born if not breastfeeding

  • Moms up to 1 year after baby is born if they continue to breastfeed

  • Babies and children up to their 5th birthday (with their primary care givers, which may include moms, dads, grandparents, and foster parents)


What WIC Provides
  • WIC provides monthly checks for healthy foods

  • Nutrition education and support

  • Breastfeeding classes and support

  • Resources including breast pumps for working moms

  • Cooking classes that build skills and provide social support for new moms 

  • Healthcare screenings and referral

  • Community program information


How to Participate
  • Appointments are available during normal business hours, Monday through Friday. (Call 206-296-4990.) Limited walk-in access available.

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