WIC is a supplemental food, nutrition and breastfeeding program that helps eligible pregnant women, new mothers, babies, and young children eat well, learn about nutrition and stay healthy.
WIC income guidelines allow many working families and students to qualify for the program. WIC provides healthy food such as fresh fruit and vegetables, milk, yogurt, cheese, soy foods, whole grains (cereal, tortillas, pasta, bread, oatmeal, and rice), infant foods, formula and extra foods for breastfeeding moms.
The caring staff provides nutrition assessment, nutrition education, counseling, breastfeeding information and referrals to healthcare or other needed community service’s at no cost.
WIC clinic sites are located in Buffalo, Monticello and Howard Lake. Please call (320) 963 – 6500 ext. 245 to schedule an appointment.
We are constantly looking for volunteers to help us further expand our programs and services to families in Wright County. Interested in volunteering with us?
(320) 963 - 6500 ext. 245