The WIC Outreach Project was intended to increase retention rates among eligible children in New Castle County, DE through a partnership between the State of Delaware WIC Program and the […]
Tri-County created this non-pharmaceutical prescription pad to highlight their local work on community clinical linkages and WIC referrals as part of the CPHMC project. Tri-County Health Department (TCHD) serves 3 […]
Tri-County created this toolkit to highlight their local work on healthy food access and food pantries as part of the CPHMC project. Information in this toolkit includes a food pantry […]
Crescent City created this guide to promote their coalition’s local work with food pantries during the CPHMC project. Healthy Plaquemines Now looked to build a community coalition to increase availability, […]
Tri-County Health Dept. created this poster to present at NWA’s Annual Conference in April 2017. This poster highlighted their local work creating a healthy food toolkit to provide guidance on increasing […]
Clinton County Health Dept. created this poster to highlight their local work with local food pantries during the CPHMC project. This poster was presented at NWA’s Annual Conference in April […]
Eastern Shore created this poster to highlight their local work addressing food insecurity and gaps in nutrition education. This poster was created during the CPHMC project and was presented at […]
In the Mid-Ohio Valley Region of West Virginia, food insecure women in the West Virginia WIC program had a greater risk of depression, higher food pantry use, lower rates of reliable transportation to obtain food, and lower use of extra methods to obtain food such as hunting and fishing in comparison to their food secure counterparts in the WIC program. Women who did not participate in the West Virginia WIC FMNP program had lower produce intake related behaviors, including perceived control, enabling domain, and self-efficacy than those that did.
Breastfeeding initiation, breastfeeding duration, age of introduction of complementary foods, and exposures to baby food fruits, vegetables, and meats among infants did not improve after the package changes. Significantly fewer infants received cereal in their bottles and fewer toddlers consumed vegetables and eggs after the package changes.
Scott County WIC created this poster to highlight their local work promoting healthy food access through partnerships with food banks, Cooking Matters at the Store tours and sharing community resources. […]