What is WIC?
Use this guide to learn about the WIC program, it’s benefits, and income eligibility requirements for participants.

WIC for Grandfamilies
Many children are in the care of older generations. Did you know grandparents can enroll their grandchildren in WIC? Check out our WIC for Grandparents flyer to learn more.

Toolkit: Increasing Participation in WIC – For Childcare Centers and Homes
Childcare centers have a unique opportunity to connect and engage with potential WIC-eligible families and children. Use this toolkit as a step-by-step guide to make sure your center is doing all it can to connect families with WIC.

Best Practices in WIC/CACFP Cross Promotion
Dual-eligibility in WIC and CACFP is an opportunity to cross-promote between programs. This resource pulls together proven best practices which can help connect vulnerable women, infants, and children with the benefits of both WIC and CACFP.

Supporting Good Nutrition for Mothers & Young Children
This figure outlines stakeholders’ and D.C. agencies’ roles in supporting good nutrition for mothers and young children in the District of Columbia.