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Spokane Regional Heath District WIC staff are pleased to offer this site to existing and future WIC families. We hope that you will learn more about all the valuable benefits and services that WIC has to offer.

For fall 2014, we are launching several new enhancements for clients, but I'm most excited about new Facebook blogs for breastfeeding and nutrition. Check them out today!

Tiffany Schamber, MS RD

Tiffany Schamber, MS RD
SRHD WIC Program Manager


Clarification About White Potatoes and WIC
February 19, 2015
WIC customers can choose sweet potatoes and yams.

Fresh New Features for WIC Clients
September 2, 2014
Next phase of Growing Healthy Together campaign boasts enhanced in-person and online education choices, more flexible scheduling options, and breastfeeding and nutrition blogs

Washington Target Stores Accept WIC
June 13, 2014
Several Washington State Target Stores are authorized for WIC and will begin accepting WIC checks effective Saturday, June 14, 2014.

New Medical Community Resources
March 4, 2014
In response to the medical community's requests for visuals of WIC's food packages, posters of the available nutritious foods are now available!

Important Change for WIC Families Receiving Checks for Similac Sensitive or Similac Spit-Up
February 11, 2014
Effective March 1st, 2014, all WIC offices will no longer offer Similac Sensitive or Similac Spit-Up to its clients.

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About Us

Spokane Regional Health District's Women, Infants and Children (WIC) nutrition program serves thousands of clients at six Spokane County locations.

Four additional Spokane County WIC locations are operated through the West Central Community Center. Call 509.323.7497, for location information.

West Central Community Center


SRHD is an equal opportunity provider. Washington WIC does not discriminate. More Info