What is WIC?
  • WIC is a supplemental food assistance program sponsored by Jefferson County Public Health for eligible pregnant women and young children. WIC often involves office visits with a registered dietitian, a health educator or a nurse.
  • Through WIC you can get food vouchers to boost your monthly food budget for your growing family and discuss nutrition as well as other health related topics for pregnancy, parenthood and child development.
  • Learn more here.

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1. Do I have to get a pap smear before starting birth control?
2. Can I make an appointment just to talk about different birth control options?
3. Do you only see women at your clinic?
4. What is WIC?
5. How Do I Sign up for WIC?
6. Do I qualify for WIC?
7. What is Nurse Family Partnership (NFP)
8. Where can I find support for pregnant and new moms?
9. What do I bring to my WIC appointment?
10. What kinds of foods are on WIC?
11. Do I need proof of citizenship to receive services?
12. Can I get help with food for my children under 5 years old?
13. Can I get a home visiting nurse and how do I do that?
14. Can I get help with breastfeeding?
15. I need help getting formula, how do I do that?
16. What is Maternity Support Services (MSS)?
17. How can I get more fresh fruit and veggies on a limited budget?
18. What stores accept WIC?
19. What about dads, grandparents or legal guardians and the WIC Program?
20. How can I get a breast pump?
21. Can I get help signing up for health insurance
22. I or my children are having dental problems, can we get help?
23. I’ve got a child with special health care needs, how can I get support or services?
24. What is Mandatory Reporting?
25. What can I do if a friend is possibly suicidal?