WIC Research, Policy and Practice Hub WIC Research, Policy and Practice Hub

Sharing is Caring. Submit a Resource for the Hub!

The world of WIC is vast. With 90 state WIC agencies, over 10,000 local agencies, over 40 years of research, and constant innovation, WIC staff, researchers, and advocates produce resources in a host of formats. It’s important to share new knowledge, and we want to make the process of sharing easy.

NWA is collecting resources that fit into one of three broad categories as described below. To submit a resource, please start by choosing the appropriate type.


Research, Policy, & Practice Resources

By clicking on the button below, you can submit a resource that you have created or something that you have come across and would like to share on the Hub. This can include:

  • A case study that summarizes a project in a WIC clinic,
  • An abstract published in a peer-reviewed journal,
  • A blog post on WIC advocacy
  • A research report from a nonprofit organization
  • Videos
  • Toolkits
  • Posters
  • Food lists

Submit a Research, Policy, or Practice Resource


WIC Field Note

WIC agencies are creative and innovative – never more than in the last year! NWA wants to elevate your work and lessons learned through our WIC Hub. This short survey is designed to collect basic information on projects or program changes that state and local WIC agencies have pursued.

Click on the button below to share your WIC Field Note:

Submit a WIC Field Note


Photos of WIC Participants

A picture is worth a thousand words. Photos or videos that feature WIC families, with short stories or descriptions, can be powerful advocacy and education tools. Check out the Faces of WIC section, and submit your own photos and videos.

Submit a Faces of WIC Resource


WIC Testimonies

The stories of how WIC helps people are important to share! Testimonies can come from WIC families, staff, vendors, farmers, or other WIC stakeholders.

Submit a Testimony


Once you submit the form, the WIC Hub Committee will review it and the resource itself. The advisory group is comprised of NWA members who all work in WIC at the state or local level. If the advisory group has any questions or suggestions for editing the topics, resource type, or summary, they will reach out to you via email. You will be contacted via email if the resource you have submitted has been approved for publication on the Hub.



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