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, and Saturday by appointment only.