We provide WIC services in Douglas County. WIC is a nutrition education program that helps pregnant women, new mothers, and young children learn how to eat well and stay healthy.
WIC can help you or your family’s health in many ways. Our WIC program provides:
You can receive our WIC services if you:
If you are a father, grandfather, or a guardian of a child who qualifies for WIC, we can work with you as well.
1. There is no application to fill out to obtain WIC services. If you want WIC, you can stop by our office, give the office a call at (541) 440-3516, or go to the Oregon WIC website. Our office is at 280 Kenneth Ford Drive, Roseburg.
2. We will screen you for the WIC program. Items you need to provide for the screening are:
3. During the screening, we will ask you some basic questions.
4. If you qualify, we will contact you to enroll you in our WIC program.
There is no waiting list to get our WIC services.
If you need any help seeking WIC, please reach out to us. We will work with you to help you learn more about the program, guide you so you can get the info needed for screening, answer any questions that you have, and make sure you get the most out of the program.
We offer WIC services Monday-Friday at our Roseburg office. We also offer WIC a few days a month in:
Give us a call to find out when and where you can obtain WIC services outside of Roseburg.
You can get WIC services from the County. To learn more, please visit the Josephine County WIC Program.