Women, Infants, & Children Program (WIC)
Wyoming WIC provides food and nutrition information to help pregnant women, breastfeeding women, infants, and children under the age of five stay healthy and strong.
- Live in Wyoming.
- Are a pregnant, postpartum or breast feeding woman, an infant, or child under 5 years of age.
- Have a nutritional need.
- Household income that fits the guidelines
- Currently receive POWER, SNAP, or Medicaid
- Mothers, Fathers, guardians, or foster parents may apply for WIC for their children.
The WIC staff are knowledgeable professionals that provide:
- Counseling on how to use WIC approved foods
- A WYO W.E.S.T card to buy foods
- Immunization screening and referrals
- Information on food shopping, recipes, taking care of babies, and breastfeeding
- Information on healthy eating during pregnancy and breastfeeding
- Nutrition for your child
- Referrals to doctors, public health nursing, dentists and programs like:
- SNAP (Food Stamps)
- Kid Care/CHIP
- Best Beginnings
- Children's Special Health Services
- Head Start
- Cent$ible Nutrition Program
- Day care
- Fuel assistance
Benefits of WIC:
Women eat better and have healthier babies, infants weigh more at birth and grow and develop better, children eat foods with more iron and vitamin C, visit their doctors regularly, and are monitored for their immunization status.
How to Apply For WIC
To set up an appointment, call the Campbell County WIC program at 307-686-8560.
WIC approved foods include:
- Fresh vegetables, fruits, and juice
- Cereal, whole grain bread, brown rice, and oatmeal
- Peanut butter, dried beans / peas, and canned beans
- Canned tuna, canned salmon, and eggs
- Infant foods
- Milk, soy beverage, and cheese