Health Department |
Woman, Infants, and Children (WIC)
Our program is free to eligible parents or legal guardians in Saline and Ellsworth Counties. WIC offers nutrition support to pregnant, breastfeeding, and postpartum women, and to children up to five years of age. It provides benefits for nutritious foods, along with nutrition education to support a healthy pregnancy and improve birth outcomes, and prevent or correct health problems caused by poor nutrition. WIC can also help connect you to other community resources and provides breastfeeding support.
Our offices are currently open by appointment only Monday through Thursday. To make an appointment or to determine your eligibility, please call (785) 826-6603.
For more information KansasWIC.org.
WIC offers nutrition support to pregnant, breastfeeding, and postpartum women, and children up to five years of age.
Please call your WIC representative to discuss available options.
After determining eligibility, we will issue a WIC benefits card along with education on using WIC benefits. During the appointment, we will check height and weight and sometimes, a hemoglobin check. There will be a brief review of the food you eat, medical history, and current health status to determine any medical or nutritional needs. This is general expectations. We are happy to answer any nutritional or program questions or concerns that you may have.
Yes. Call (785) 826-6603 for assistance and ask for Spanish services.
To make an appointment to discuss your options and eligibility or to get a referral please call (786) 826-6603. All information provided is confidential. WIC is an equal opportunity provider.
Registered Dietitian Nutritionist
Interpreter / Program Assistant
Breastfeeding Peer Counselor
Virginia Soukup RON, LD, WIC Coordinator for Saline and Ellsworth County. Virginia has been a dietitian for fifteen years and has spent over ten of those years working for the Kansas WIC program. Since becoming a dietitian her favorite role has been working in community nutrition. “Working for WIC has been a rewarding experience because I can help moms get off to a good start with their little ones,” she said.