Women, Infants and Children (WIC)

What are WIC Services?

WIC is a nutrition and education program focusing on nutritious foods such as:

  • Milk
  • Cheese
  • Whole Grains (whole wheat bread, brown rice, whole wheat and corn tortillas)
  • Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
  • Canned and Frozen Fruits and Vegetables
  • Eggs, Peanut Butter and Beans
  • Cereal (hot or cold)
  • Juice
  • Infant fruits, vegetables
  • Infant meats for breastfed babies only
  • Infant Cereal
  • Infant Formula
  • Canned fish for breastfeeding women

WIC also offers breastfeeding counseling and support, and referrals for healthcare and community resources.

Who is Eligible for WIC Services?

WIC stands for Women, Infants and Children .

  • Women who are pregnant
  • Women who have a baby under 6 months old
  • Women who have a baby and are breastfeeding up until the baby is 1 year old
  • Infants and Children up to 5 years old

Find out if you are eligible for WIC.

Where are WIC services available?

We have WIC offices in Prescott, Prescott Valley, Chino Valley and Cottonwood.

How Can I enroll in WIC?

Call us to find out if you are eligible.  If you are on AHCCCS or if your family is receiving Food Stamps you are automatically eligible for WIC.

Effective April 1, 2014
This is gross income, before taxes.
If you are pregnant, count your unborn child as part of your household.
Family Members Week 2 Weeks Month Year
Miembros en la familia Semana 2 Semanas Mes Año
1 416 831 1,800 21,590
2 560 1,120 2,426 29,101
3 705 1,406 3,051 36,612
4 849 1,698 3,677 44,123
5 993 1,986 4,303 51,634
For each additional person, add: 145 289 626 7,511
Call us to find out if you or your children are eligible for WIC, and to make an appointment.

Prescott or Prescott Valley – (928) 771-3138

Cottonwood – (928) 639-8134

Chino Valley – (928) 771-3138

Ash Fork, Bagdad, Seligman and Yarnell – Call the switchboard, (800) 771-2797 x3138

Black Canyon City – Call the switchboard, (602) 495-8800 x3138

USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.