WIC - the Special Supplemental Nutrition
Program for Women, Infants, and Children - is a nutrition education and food
supplement program for women, infants, and children with/or at risk of
developing nutrition-related health problems. To receive WIC services,
participants must be at or below 185% of the Federal Poverty Level. Participants
must also have a medical or nutritional risk to qualify for WIC.
WIC services include monthly supplemental food vouchers, health and nutrition screenings, individual nutrition counseling and group nutrition classes, and referrals to health and social services. In Tillamook County, the Main Clinic, North County, and South County Clinic provides WIC services. There is no charge for WIC services.
A nutrition education and supplemental food program for:
- Pregnant women
- Breastfeeding women
- Non-breastfeeding women with infants under 6 months of age
- Infants and children under 5 years of age
Mothers, fathers, guardians, or foster
parents are welcome to apply for their children.
Oregon Health Authority: Women, Infants, & Children (WIC)
WIC screens children for dietary concerns, iron deficiency, and growth concerns.
Vouchers for nutritious foods:
- Dried beans/peas
- Fruit juice
- Peanut butter
- Infant formula
Oregon Health Authority: WIC Food List
May provide breast pumps.
May provide diet counseling with registered dietician.
Must be an Oregon resident, income eligible, and have a nutritional need.
If you currently receive TANF, Food Stamps, or the Oregon Health Plan, you are automatically income eligible.
Oregon Health Authority: WIC Income Guidelines
Dawna Roesener, WIC Coordinator
To enroll in the program or schedule an appointment, contact Allison at 503-842-3943.
This page last updated on 08/28/2014 04:43 PM