The Arizona WIC program provides healthy foods, nutrition education, breastfeeding support, and connections to community services for income-eligible women who are pregnant and postpartum, infants, and children up to five years old.
Arizona WIC is a federally- funded supplemental nutrition and education program that serves almost 135,000 women, infants, and children each month with services provided at 119 clinics throughout the state. Despite the federal government shutdown, we continue to operate at full capacity until further notice.
- All Arizona WIC Program clinics are open and serving clients.
- Arizona WIC Program participants can use the WIC benefits they have already received as they normally would at any WIC authorized store.
- WIC participants will continue to receive breastfeeding support, nutrition education, and other services at their local WIC clinic.
- Please contact your local WIC clinic, visit gov, or call 1-800-252-5942, if you have questions.
This information is only for the Arizona WIC Program, which primarily serves WIC clients through county health departments and community health centers. To learn more about impacts to the Navajo Nation and Inter Tribal Council of Arizona WIC programs, please contact your local clinics.
Nutrition education for SNAP participants provided by AZ Health Zone partners is also continuing.