WIC is proud to be a partner with health and social services organizations that share our mission. If your organization would like to work with the WIC Program, contact our outreach coordinator. 

Current Partners:

TCP provides financial assistance to eligible residents to sustain housing, and utilizes community resources to create innovative strategies with the ultimate goals of homeless prevention and housing retention.

DC Healthy Start provides support and referrals for services and resources for all women, parents and infants up to 2 years of age, with the goal of improving access to and quality of health services and increasing  community participation in health care decisions. 

Funded by USDA, DC SNAP-Ed delivers free nutrition education and promotes physical activity to help children, youth, and adults who receive or are eligible to receive SNAP benefits make healthy choices on a budget.

ESA determines eligibility for benefits under the Temporary Cash Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), Medical Assistance, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Child Care Subsidy, Burial Assistance, Interim Disability Assistance, Parent and Adolescent Support Services (PASS) and Refugee Cash Assistance programs.

Deborah Chaplin

Outreach Coordinator

Phone: (202) 442-9155

Email: info.wic@dc.gov

Public Notification:

D.C. Hunger Solutions, an initiative of the Food Research & Action Center  (FRAC), works to create a hunger-free community and improve the nutrition, health, economic security, and well-being of low-income DC residents.

FY2020 Goals and Objectives for the annual State Plan of WIC benefits.
Email: info.wic@dc.gov for questions and/or updates regarding the plan.

DCPS works to ensure that every school guarantees students reach their full potential through rigorous and joyful learning experiences provided in a nurturing environment.

With a health care experience designed around kids' unique needs, Children's Hospital is the premier provider of pediatric services in the Washington, D.C., metro area and its only health system specializing in kids.

The WIC Family Center at Howard University Hospital helps pregnant women, new moms, infants and children less than 5 years of age to have appropriate nutrition. 

Mary's Center is a Community Health Center that provides health care, family literacy and social services to individuals whose needs too often go unmet by the public and private systems. 

As the largest network of community health centers in Washington, D.C., Unity Health Care provides a full-range of health and human services  through a network of over 20 traditional and non-traditional health sites.

202-442-9397  |  info.wic@dc.gov  |  899 North Capitol Street, 3rd Floor, NE, Washington, DC 20002