United Community Action Network
Helping People, Changing Lives - Serving Douglas and Josephine Counties
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Women, Infants and Children Nutrition Program (WIC)

What is WIC?

WIC can help you or your family's health in many ways. Services we offer include:

  • Health check ups
  • Info and tips on healthy eating
  • Breastfeeding help
  • Info about other services that can keep you healthy
  • Help to buy extra healthy foods

Can WIC Help You?

  • You may be able to get WIC help if you:
    • Are pregnant, have a baby (up to age of one) or are a child (up to age 5)
    • Have a need to improve your diet (or your child's diet)
    • Earn less than a certain amount of money

How Can I Find Out if I Can Get WIC?

Feel free to stop by our Roseburg office or call to set a time to meet. We will work with you to find out if you qualify. When we meet, please bring:

  • Personal ID (for each person seeking services)
  • Birth info (if applying for a child)
  • Info on how much money your family earns
  • Info showing where you live

Where can I get WIC services?

UCAN only offers WIC services in Douglas County. We offer services Monday-Friday from 8am-5pm in Roseburg. You can also arrange a time to see us in Roseburg Wednesday evenings. We also offer WIC a couple times a month in Drain, Canyonville, Glendale, Myrtle Creek, Sutherlin, Reedsport, and Glide.

    How do I apply?

    • Give us a call at (541) 440-3516.
    • You can also stop our main office at: 251 NE Garden Valley Blvd, Suite N.

    Dads, grandfathers and foster parents can also apply for WIC for their children.


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