WIC

Supplemental food program which provides infant formula, milk products, juices, cereals, dried beans, eggs, and peanut butter to infants and children from birth to age 5. Along with vouchers for these foods, education is provided by a nurse or nutritionist to help improve diet and overall health. These services are provided free to low income families whose infant or child has been determined to be at nutritional risk due to improper growth, anemia, poor diet, or other specific health risk. These services are also available to pregnant and postpartum women.