Our Mission

To safeguard the health of low-income women, infants, and children up to age 5 who are at nutrition risk by providing nutritious foods to supplement diets, information on healthy eating, and referrals to health care.

WIC Provides the Following Support: 

What does WIC offer?

  • Healthy Foods

  • Breastfeeding Support  

  • Care Beyond WIC 

  • Nutrition Education

  • Resources

  • and more! 

All caregivers working or not, that care for children are encouraged to apply!

Mother and Baby

Whom does WIC serve?

  • Mothers or Fathers

  • Single Parents

  • Grandparents

  • Guardians

  • Foster Parents

  • and more! 

The program evaluates the growth rate of children and joins with other programs to provide effective nutrition and health services to families who are at risk.

West Central Community Action WIC program offers services in the following counties:









April 2022
Clinic Calendar

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Did you know WIC providers breatfeeding support? Well they do! The WIC program offers breastfeeding education to help you succeed. Finf out more today! 


March is National Nutrition Month. A Registered Dietitian Nutritionist can help you create healthy habits that celebrate your heritage and introduce you to new foods and flavors.

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WIC encourages all caregivers to keep their receipts. Talk to a specialist today to find out what else you should be keeping. 

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Your local WIC offices are here for you! Reach out to a specialist today to see if you are eligible!

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Are you looking for healthy foods and recipes for your family and the children in your care? Talk with our WIC specialist to get signed up! 

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Are you looking for healthy receipes to try out in your kitchen? Check out the new recipe library called Health EKitchen! Plan your meals with WIC approved foods! 

 Funding for WIC is provided by the Iowa Department of Public Health.