- Medical Referral Form for Women and Infants file size 1MB file size 1MB
- Medical Referral Form for Infants and Children file size 3MB
- Request for Special Formula Form
WIC Promotional Materials
- WIC Brochures
- Shopping with WIC Saves you Money! - Pregnant Women
- Shopping with WIC Saves you Money! - Breastfeeding Women
- Shopping with WIC saves you Money! – Children
- WIC Approved Food Guide
- WIC Fast Fact for Employers
WIC Nutritional Materials and Information
- Touching Hearts Touching Minds' Initiative
- MyPlate for Kids
- Love, Protect and Nourish Her file size 3MB
- You've Got What it Takes - A Guide to Help You Make Breastfeeding a Success
- Your Quick Guide to Pregnancy file size 1MB
The Pregnancy Nutrition Surveillance System (PNSS) is a program-based public health surveillance system that monitors risk factors associated with infant mortality and poor birth outcomes among low-income pregnant women who participate in federally funded public health programs such as WIC and Title V Maternal and Child Health (MCH) program. The data collected includes maternal socio-demographics as well as maternal health indicators like pre-pregnancy weight status, maternal weight gain, anemia, parity, inter-pregnancy interval, diabetes and hypertension in pregnancy. Data are also collected on maternal behaviors including smoking and drinking during pregnancy, medical care, WIC enrollment, and multivitamin consumption. as well as breast feeding initiation. Information gathered from PNSS is used to set priorities, plan, implement, and monitor and evaluate public heath programs. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) collaborates with participating states, tribal organizations and territories that contribute data in this surveillance program to generate annual PNSS report for each participating contributor and the nation.
The Pediatric Nutrition Surveillance System (PedNSS) is a child-based public health surveillance system that describes the nutritional status of low-income U.S. children who participate in federally-funded maternal and child health and nutrition programs such as WIC, Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment (EPSDT) Program, Title V Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Program and others such as Head Start. PedNSS provides data on the prevalence and trends of nutrition-related indicators. The data collected includes pediatric socio-demographics and birth weight characteristics, gestational age, pediatric anemia, weight gain and indicators of nutritional status such as short stature, underweight, overweight, obesity, and infant feeding characteristics. Information gathered from PedNSS is used to set priorities, plan, implement, and monitor and evaluate specific public heath programs. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) collaborates with participating states, tribal organizations and territories that contribute data in this surveillance program to generate annual PedNSS report for each contributor and the nation.
You may also order WIC outreach materials by calling 1-800-WIC-1007. Many WIC materials are available in multiple languages including: Chinese, English, French, Brazilian Portuguese, Continental Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Vietnamese.