WIC is a Federal Supplemental nutrition program that helps by improving the health of nutritionally at-risk low-income Women, Infants and Children. WIC services include nutrition counseling, health referrals, and Breastfeeding Support. All of WIC services are provided at no cost to families who qualify.
WIC eligibility is income based. The rest is easy! Just call the office to set up an appointment. You must have all documents: Proof of Income, Proof of Residency, Proof of ID for child and guardian. Once eligible we will continue with the rest of appointment.
While breastfeeding is a natural way to feed your baby, it is also natural to feel a little unsure of yourself.
The WIC Peer Counselor is here to help breastfeeding mothers, whether it be answering a simple question regarding breastfeeding, to needing help with baby’s latch.
Our WIC BFPC is also able to make referrals to the in-house Certified Lactation Counselor (CLC), who can help with more difficult cases with breastfeeding.
WIC BFPC Kelly Lewis - (505) 238-6001
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