The Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) collaborates with many organizations to successfully carry out the mission of the program.
WIC partners with other federal agencies, advocacy groups, non-profit organizations, technology companies, farmers, food manufacturers, vendors, and many more stakeholders. WIC recognizes that coordinating services and maximizing resources can minimize duplication of effort, and have a positive impact on our participants and their families.
Partnerships are critical to promoting and supporting the mission of the WIC program, and are part of the strong, ongoing commitment to provide benefits to WIC participants and their families. We invite stakeholders and health care professionals to partner with WIC to create a national environment that increases awareness of how WIC can help.
An electronic system that replaces paper vouchers with a card for food benefit issuance and redemption at authorized WIC grocery stores.
Studies that provide analysis and evaluation of key policy and program issues.