Health Services: Women, Infants & Children
Our Mission: To promote and advocate for healthy lifestyles.
Missoula WIC Program
The Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program is a nutrition education program that provides healthy foods, nutrition information and referrals to health and social services in the community.
Missoula WIC Program Main Office
The Missoula County WIC program main office is located at the Missoula City-County Health Department, 301 West Alder, downtown Missoula.
Missoula County WIC clinic location and schedules:
- Missoula City-County Health Department (main office) - 301 W. Alder, Missoula
- Lolo - 5475 Farm Lane, Lolo
- Seeley Lake - Hwy 83 North, Faith Chapel sign
- UM Villages - 2603 Maurice
- Community Center
- 202 E. Front, Drummond
Missoula Health Department WIC Clinic hours:
- Monday-Friday 8:00am-6:00pm
- Early morning, noon and evening appointments available
- Telephone: (406) 258-4740
- E-mail: WIC@co.missoula.mt.us
WIC participants benefit from a wide variety of services including:
- Nutrition screening, education and counseling to improve eating behaviors and reduce or eliminate nutrition problems
- Access to preventive health programs and referrals to private and public health providers
- Vouchers to purchase healthy foods at supermarkets across Montana
- Breastfeeding support and counseling
WIC also offers the following services:
- Vouchers for fresh fruits and vegetables at seasonal farmer's markets
- Breast pumps available
- Informational materials
- Nutrition and health related videos
- Cooking classes provided by EFNEP
- Prenatal classes
- Bone density testing
- Regular monitoring of infants and children
- Dental screening and referrals
- Access to low cost well child exams through Partnership Health Center
- Referrals to over 250 local health and social services
WIC is available to:
- Pregnant women
- Breastfeeding women
- Postpartum women
- Women whose pregnancy ended early
- Children up to the age of five
Those caring for young children including mothers, fathers, grandparents, legal guardians and foster parents are encouraged to apply to the Montana WIC Program.
- WIC participation will NOT reduce Food Stamps or TANF benefits.
- You do NOT have to participate in another program to participate in WIC.
To be eligible for WIC, you must meet the income guidelines and be able to provide other specific documentations including identification and proof of Montana state residency. Details of these documents are listed below. When you call to set up an appointment we'll let you know what else you'll need to bring! (406) 258-4740.
Please call or stop by to set up a
WIC appointment or for more information
Missoula City-County Health Department
301 W. Alder St
Missoula, MT 59802