WIC services are also available at:
- Columbia City Center for Health (Neighborcare Health at Columbia City)—provided by our partners at Public Health Seattle & King County.
- Meridian Center for Health (Neighborcare Health at Meridian)—provided by our partners at Public Health Seattle & King County.
Learn more about eligibility guidelines or visit one of the sites listed above.
*The WIC Program provides equal opportunity for everyone. Washington State WIC Program does not discriminate. Receiving WIC services does not affect your immigration status.
WIC (Women’s Infants and Children) is a program to help pregnant women, new mothers, and children under 5 get healthy food and connect to other resources. If you meet the income guidelines, free services include:
- Food assistance
- Tips for healthy eating
- Breastfeeding support
- Referrals to other health and family services
- And more
Call 206-461-6949 for more information or to schedule an appointment with Neighborcare's WIC team. The WIC office at the High Point clinic is open Monday through Friday.