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About Us

WIC helps families by providing assistance and services that improve their health and nutritional status. WIC is funded by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).

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WIC Food Program

WIC exists to improve your nutritional health. It provides food assistance, nutritional counseling and health services for women, infants and children.

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Nutrition

WIC gives nutrition information that will help your family eat healthier and save money on food. You can watch videos, get pamphlets or newsletters or take a nutrition class or talk privately with a nutritionist.

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Breastfeeding

WIC promotes and supports breastfeeding as the best way to feed babies. WIC supports breastfeeding moms with how-to pamphlets, support classes, lactation consultants and peer counselors.

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Resources

There are many places to find information on eating better and being healthier. Here are some links and resources to get you started.

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North Central Florida Clinics

North Central Florida WIC helps families in 10 counties. Check our map for the offices, clinics, and WIC-approved vendors nearest you.

WIC saves public and private health care dollars. In Florida, $1.77 was saved in associated Medicaid costs during the first 60 days after birth for every $1.00 spent to serve a pregnant woman. Source: U.S. Department of Agriculture Food and Nutrition Service. The Saving in Medicaid Cost for Newborns and Their Mothers from Prenatal Participation in the WIC Program. October 1990.