Need a little extra help purchasing healthy foods for your family?
Have nutrition questions or concerns about your picky toddler, preschooler or fussy infant?
Want information about community resources for you and your family?
Want to ensure a healthy pregnancy?
Need breastfeeding information and support?
If you answered ‘YES’ to any of these questions then…… WIC IS FOR YOU!
Arizona Women, Infants, & Children (WIC) Program Offers:
Health Assessment & Monitoring - including growth assessments for infants and children, health and environmental screenings, nutritional assessment.
Participant-Centered Education - including individualized nutrition goal-setting, breastfeeding education and support and referrals to community resources
Nutritious Foods - Click Here to See What Arizona WIC has to offer!
All of our staff are certified breastfeeding counselors who can answer your questions about breastfeeding. We also offer Breastfeeding Peer Counselor services to help you meet your Breastfeeding Goals. Our 24 hr. Breastfeeding Hotline is: 1-800-833-4642.
Click here to find out if you are eligible! OR call your nearest WIC office
Cochise County WIC Office/Clinic Locations
Benson: 126 W. 5th Street, Suite 3, Benson AZ, 85602: 520-586-8205
Bisbee: 1415 Melody Lane, Bldg A, Bisbee AZ 85603-3090: 520-432-9482
Douglas: 1012 North G Ave, Suite 101, Douglas AZ 85607: 520-805-5614
Douglas: Chiricahua Pediatric Center of Excellence, 815 15th Street, Douglas AZ 85607: 520-805-2984
Sierra Vista: 4115 E. Foothills Drive, Sierra Vista AZ, 85635: 520-803-3911
Chiricahua Community Community Health Center, 155 Calle Portal, Suite 100, Sierra Vista AZ 85635: 520-515-8687
Willcox: 450 S. Haskell Ave, Willcox AZ 85643: 520-384-7117
YOUR FAMILY HAS YOU…YOU HAVE WIC!
Attention All Pregnant and Breastfeeding Moms! Check out this Guide for Breastfeeding Resources available in Cochise County.
Breastfeeding Resource Guide
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