This is a 40-minute module that provides WIC staff with the basics of child development and how to encourage developmental monitoring with WIC participants. WIC providers play a critical role […]
A New York State Department of Health guide for WIC participants in New York State.
NWA received a 3-year cooperative agreement from the CDC’s Division of Community Health to fund 30 local WIC agencies in select target states to work with community partners to build and enhance community partnerships, perform community needs assessments, and develop and implement strategies to achieve community health goals. As part of this initiative, NWA created this checklist to assist with local needs assessments.
NWA created this training resource after reviewing the CAPs submitted by agencies in Cohort 2. This resource provided a list of promising best practices that were identified through the work […]
Wood County created this WIC 101 Training to highlight their local work on WIC referrals. This presentation included basic information about WIC including staff, eligibility, the four pillars of WIC, […]
Loudoun County created this toolkit to highlight their local work on water consumption in preschool and elementary school classrooms as part of the CPHMC project. The “It’s Water Time!” water […]
Mount Rogers created this business case as part of their local work in corner stores during the CPHMC project. The Mount Rogers Health District proposed the Healthy Corner Stores Initiative […]
Loudoun County created this business case as part of their local work on breastfeeding during the CPHMC project. This document outlines the lactation support program for both employees and employers. […]
Loudoun County created this toolkit as part of their local work on breastfeeding during the CPHMC project. This toolkit provides best practice breastfeeding support and a guide to implementation in […]
Richmond City created this resource to outline the onboarding process for WIC vendors they developed during the CPHMC project. Richmond City Health District (RCHD)’s Community Partnership for Healthy Mothers and […]