We are now offering in-person WIC services.
Growing healthy moms, babies, and families in Snohomish County
Pregnancy Aid WIC offices will be closed
December 25 & 26
Happy New Year!
The WIC Program is a nutrition program for
pregnant, postpartum, & breastfeeding women,
infants, and children under 5 years old.
Pregnancy Aid has WIC offices in
Arlington, Granite Falls, Marysville, Monroe,
Silver Lake in SE Everett, & Snohomish.
Nutrition Counseling is included with most WIC visits. WIC families learn about
Infant feeding & introduction to solids
Toddler nutrition & portion sizes
The WIC Program promotes breastfeeding as the first and best choice for infant feeding.
Our support includes
Breastfeeding Peer Counselors, available outside office hours
Referral to lactation consultant
Breast pumps as needed
WIC does not routinely provide formula to breastfed babies in the first month of life.
The WIC Program provides foods that contain nutrients that are especially important for women when they are pregnant or nursing a baby, and for young children when they are growing so fast. These include high quality protein, iron, calcium, vitamins A & C, along with fiber.
Applying for WIC is easy! Just give us a call to set up an appointment. You can find WIC Program eligibility information here: WIC Eligibility Guidelines
Tips for your appointment
If you are attending your appointment in person, please arrive a little early to get checked in.
If your appointment is by phone, please expect and look for our call at the day and time of your appointment; call us back right away if you miss the call. We have many phone lines and some staff are working remotely from home or another office. If your phone has the feature that silences numbers it doesn’t recognize, you might miss us!
Please bring or have the following ready
Income information for all members of your household. This can include pay statements, ProviderOne card, and TANF, SNAP, or FDPIR information. Using this form can help: WIC Income Tool
Proof if ID for each applicant/participant
Proof of Washington State residency for family
The most recent height and weight measurements and hemoglobin count from your doctor or on-line medical chart if your appointment is by phone
You will need to agree to the WIC Program rights and responsibilities. You can find them here: WIC Rights & Responsibilities
Your appointment will be with a trained nutrition educator or Registered Dietitian. Please bring your nutrition questions! We can provide answers, resources, and referrals to other services.
You will receive your WIC food benefits the same day as your appointment. If you are new or have lost your card, you can choose to have your WIC card mailed to you or you can pick it up at the WIC office.
We want you to receive the most you can from these foods. Please let us know if you have any questions about using your WIC card or need recipes. We’re here to help you be your healthiest at this important time!
We will not ask citizenship or immigration status.
This institution is an equal opportunity provider.
The Washington State WIC Nutrition Program does not discriminate.
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Clients Served in 2022
Pregnancy Aid of Snohomish County has 6 WIC offices --
Arlington, Granite Falls, Marysville, Monroe, Silver Lake in SE Everett, & Snohomish.
Enter each location pictured below to find address, phone number and hours.
1819 100th Place SE, Suite B
Everett, WA 98208