WIC (Women, Infants & Children)

W.I.C. - Women Infants Children

W.I.C. - Women Infants Children

W.I.C. (Women, Infants & Children), is a program that provides supplemental nutritious foods and nutritional counseling for eligible pregnant and nursing women, infants, and children up to age five.

Clinics are held on a regular basis at the Warsaw office and in Cole Camp at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church on the first Tuesday of the month.

Appointments are required for all WIC clinics.

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(up to 1 year)

Start your infant off on the path of lifelong healthy nutrition.

The first year of a child's life is very important time for proper growth and development. Since infants eat and drink such small amounts at this stage, it’s important to make every bite count!

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(2-3 years)

Give your toddler healthy choices as they explore new foods and flavors.

Toddlers are learning to feed themselves and to eat new foods during this important time of growth and development. Young children have small stomachs and are developing food preferences, so make every bite count!

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(3-5 years)

Help your preschooler eat well, be active, and grow up healthy!

Young children look to you as they learn, develop and grow healthy eating habits. Make every bite count.

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Pregnancy & Breastfeeding

 Make your health a priority during this special time.

Making healthy food choices and staying active will support your baby’s growth. This will also help you stay healthy during your pregnancy and while breastfeeding.

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Who Qualifies for W.I.C.?

There are multiple things that can qualify you for the W.I.C. Program, the foremost being income guidelines. When applying for W.I.C. it is important to bring income verification and proof of residence. Once approved through income you must also have at least one of the following; be pregnant or have been pregnant in the last 6 months, have an infant or child under the age of 5 years, be breastfeeding, or meet nutritional and/or medical guidelines.

If you or someone you know is interested in the W.I.C. Program please call the office at (660) 438-2876 or check out the link in the button below.

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