Utah Women, Infants and Children (WIC)
The Utah Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Program offers services and supplemental foods to pregnant women, new mothers, infants and children up to their 5th birthday. They offer one-on-one nutrition counseling as well as offer a wide-array of nutrition education, personalized breastfeeding support, referrals to other public health programs and health care providers.
Find out if you qualify with the WIC Eligibility Tool
For more information, contact:
San Juan Public Health Department
Frequently Asked Questions
What foods does WIC provide? WIC provides an assortment of foods including fresh fruits and vegetables, dairy, whole grains, cereal, eggs, legumes, peanut butter, infant foods, and infant formula.
Do I have to get all my WIC foods? No, it is not a violation if you choose to purchase less or none of the WIC foods provided to you.
Can I replace foods I don’t use with another food? A few substitutions are allowed for some foods. Contact your WIC clinic to discuss your options and to have your checks changed. No substitutions may be made at the store. You must get what’s printed on the check if you choose to purchase that food using your WIC checks.A few substitutions are allowed for some foods. Contact your WIC clinic to discuss your options and to have your checks changed. No substitutions may be made at the store. You must get what’s printed on the check if you choose to purchase that food using your WIC checks.
May I feed my WIC foods or my child’s WIC foods to other members in my household? The WIC foods are meant only for the person whose name is on the checks. If those in your home receiving WIC checks do not eat a certain WIC-provided food, do not get it at the store or ask the clinic staff to remove it from your checks. If you have gotten WIC foods that are unneeded, bring them to your WIC clinic.
What should I do if I reduce or stop breastfeeding? Contact your WIC clinic. You will meet with a nutritionist and discuss the options available to you.
WIC Clinic Locations and Hours at UNHS
Montezuma Creek Clinic: Every 1st and 4th Monday of the month from 9am-3pm
East Hwy 262, PO Box 130, Montezuma Creek, 84534
Monument Valley Clinic: Every 2nd Monday of the month from 10am to 2pm
30 W Medical Drive, PO Box 360005, Monument Valley, 84536
Blanding Clinic: Every Tuesday of the Month from 9am to 3pm
196 E Center, PO Box E, Blanding, 84511-0089
Monticello Clinic: Every Wednesday of the Month from 9am to 3pm
380 W 100 N, PO Box 1054, Monticello , UT 84535-1054
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