WIC provides help to new moms and their babes – Learn the ins and outs of this program

WIC helps by improving the health of nutritionally at-risk low-income women, infants, and children. WIC services are provided at no cost to you. You can be of any race, ethnicity and will never be turned away.

Who WIC Helps:

  • Pregnant women
  • Moms up to 6 months after the baby is born, if they are not breastfeeding
  • Moms up to 1 year after the baby is born, if they continue breastfeeding
  • Babies up to their 1st birthday
  • Children from age 1 up to their 5th birthday

What WIC Provides:

  • Nutritious Foods
  • Nutrition Information
  • Breastfeeding Support
  • Healthcare Referrals
  • Community Program Information

WIC foods include baby food, breakfast cereal, fruits and vegetables, juice, eggs, milk, cheese, peanut butter, whole-wheat bread and other whole grains, dried and canned beans/peas, soy based beverages and tofu, canned fish, and infant formula.

The WIC food package provides you with some of the foods you need for your diet. It supplements the foods you buy. WIC staff can help you plan to make healthy choices for yourself and your family. If you are homeless, tell the WIC staff. They may be able to provide WIC foods that do not need cooking or refrigeration. If you are breastfeeding and your baby receives no formula from WIC, you may receive a greater quantity and variety of foods to support your breastfeeding.

Located at #7 Great Plains Rd, Arapahoe, WY 82510 | 307-857-2722

HOURS
Mon-Fri 8AM – 5:30PM, Closed 12-12:45 for Lunch