St. Clair County Health Center

WIC


Women pregnant, breastfeeding, postpartum infants, children up to age 5


A nutrition education, health promotion and supplemental nutrition program


To be eligible in Missouri, you must meet nutritional or medical guidelines. Guidelines are located here: http://health.mo.gov/living/families/wic/eligibility_income.php  


Benefits of WIC provided at no cost include:

          • Nutrition education and guidance for you and your children

          • Breastfeeding education and support

          • Nutritious foods to supplement your diet, such as milk, cheese, infant formula,

             iron-fortified cereal, eggs, juice, etc.

          • Referrals for health care.


Good nutrition will help provide the best possible start in life and is a necessary ingredient for you and for your child to grow up healthy and strong.


Make an appointment at the WIC clinic. At this appointment you will receive a health and nutritional screening, and nutrition information. If eligible, you will be given nutrition education, referrals, and checks for nutritious foods to buy at local participating grocery stores.


WIC is open Tuesday - Thursday.

Osceola               417-646-1269

Appleton City     660- 476-2285 (2nd & 4th Wednesday from 8:30 am - 4:00 pm at the        

                       Parents as Teachers Trailer behind the Appleton City Elementary School)



Breastfeeding - http://health.mo.gov/breastfeeding/index.php


Cribs


Car Seat Installation

        http://icsw.nhtsa.gov/cps/cpsfitting/ak/map/FindFitting.cfm?q_State=&q_Zip=64776


Hemoglobin Testing


Lead Testing


Temporary Medicaid for Pregnant Women


Recalls - http://cpsc.gov



Voter Registration




Women, Infants and Children