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Contact

Ann Barone

WIC - Women, Infants and Children Nutrition Education Program

Mission

To safeguard the health of low-income women, infants, and children up to age 5 who are at nutrition risk.

What we do

  • Assess the nutritional status of our participants.
  • Assist in purchasing healthy foods based on clients' nutritional needs.
  • Educate mothers and families on health eating, and referrals to healthcare.
  • Expand the use of fruit and vegetable vouchers to allow their use at WIC approved Farmer's Markets statewide.
  • Offer referrals to needed medical and social services in the community.
  • Support breastfeeding mothers with medical necessity , or upon returning to work or school, by providing free hospital-grade, electric breast pumps.

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