The Rhode Island State WIC Page includes main contacts, State WIC profiles, and state-specific resources and links.
The authors explored the relationship between the timing of entry into the WIC Program among pregnant women in Rhode Island and changes in maternal cigarette smoking (MCS) during pregnancy. Self-reports from smokers indicated that 9.5% quit smoking; 24.6% decreased MCS; 26.8% experienced no change; 33.5% increased MCS; and 5.6% attempted to quit MCS, but failed during pregnancy.
The home based intervention, including feedback on feeding practices at home, helping imrpvoe maternal food practices and mothers found the video feedback of the meals to be helpful and informative.
Guidance for local Rhode Island WIC agencies on how to deliver WIC services in line with Rhode Island State Department of Health – WIC policies and procedures.
A Rhode Island State Department of Health – WIC publication that outlines policies and procedures for selling WIC approved foods to participants in Rhode Island.
An official list of approved WIC foods from the Rhode Island State Department of Health – WIC.
NWA contracted with Altarum’s Center for Food and Nutrition to conduct an evaluation of Cohorts 1 and 2 to understand the CPHMC project experience and factors that facilitated or hindered […]
Westbay presented this poster at NWA’s Annual Conference in April 2017. As part of the CPHMC project, their coalition worked to promote healthy eating and chronic disease prevention through pop-up […]