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WIC provides nutrition education, breastfeeding support, supplemental foods and referrals to health care and other social services.


How does WIC support Breastfeeding?
WIC is here to support your breastfeeding journey! All WIC staff are trained in providing breastfeeding support. In addition, the WIC International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) is available to provide extra breastfeeding help and support with any breastfeeding questions or concerns. WIC offers FREE breastfeeding classes at all Public Health clinics. 

Pinal County WIC is also happy to welcome the Breastfeeding Peer Counselor program! Peer Counselors are mothers and breastfeeding champions from your community, just like you.  Contact your local peer counselor for support and encouragement throughout your breastfeeding journey!  
  

 

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1. Are you eligible?

To be eligible, you must not make more than the following income. Count the number of members in your family to determine if your income level is at or under the following income levels.

 

Household Weekly Bi-Weekly Bi-Monthly Monthly Annually
1 459 917 993 1,986 23,828
2 620 1,240 1,343 2,686 32,227
3 782 1,563 1,693 3,386 40,626
4 943 1,886 2,043 4,086 49,025
5 1,105 2,209 2,393 4,786 57,424
6 1,266 2,532 2,743 5,486 65,823
7 1,428 2,855 3,093 6,186 74,222
8 1,589 3,178 3,443 6,886 82,621
+ 162 324 350 700 8,399

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2. How to Apply

Find a Clinic and Make an Appointment

You can't be seen without an appointment. After finding a clinic near you (link below), call that clinic number to schedule an appointment.

    

Or Use the Online Patient Portal

 
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3. What do I need for my WIC appointment?
 
Make sure you bring each of the following to your appointment:

  • Every person who will be enrolling in the WIC program (Mom, children, and infants)
  • Driver's license or other legal picture ID
  • Proof of address, such as an electric bill
  • Proof of eligibility, such as (1) pay stub, (2) letter from AHCCCS or (3) SNAP (food stamps) showing eligibility dates.

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Resources
Non-Discrimination Statement - English
Non-Discrimination Statement - Spanish

AZDHS WIC Website
WIC eligible foods

Formula Shortage Information

AZ Department of Health Services is offering resources to help connect with critical information during the formula shortage.
Click here for updates and guidance.



 

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