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WIC office- New York Presbyterian Hospital

Submitted by CCPH on January 18, 2017. Get Healthy Heights Columbia Community Partnership for Health

What is WIC? The NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital Ambulatory Care Network's WIC Program is a federal and state-funded nutrition education and supplemental food program. The WIC Program provides nutrition, health, fitness, and breastfeeding information as well as monthly checks for nutritious foods to eligible participants. Who is Eligible? Pregnant, breastfeeding and postpartum women and children up to age 5 who meet the medical, nutritional, residential and income requirements are eligible. You will need to bring the following items for your first appointment: Your child(ren), proof of address (rent receipt, utility bill, etc.); Proof of income (pay stub, unemployment benefits, etc. ) for everyone in your household Proof of identity (birth certificates and immunization records for each person applying for benefits) A completed WIC medical referral form, available at your health center or from a WIC office. You do not have to prove legal residency, be a U.S. citizen, or have a social security card. You are eligible even if you or members of your household work, you receive food stamps, TANF, or Medicaid, or you have an F-1 foreign student visa. **Call your local office for hours of operation**

http://www.nyp.org/clinical-services/ambulatory-care-network-programs/wic-program

Locations: 

Washington Heights
549 West 180th Street 2nd Floor
New York, NY
United States
Phone: 212-928-0307
The Charles B. Rangel Community Health Center
534 West 135th Street
10031 New York, NY
United States
Phone: 212-939-7830
Vanderbilt Clinic
622 W. 168th Street 4th Floor
10032 New York, NY
United States
Phone: 212-305-7122
Nagle Avenue
68 Nagle Avenue
10040 New York, NY
United States
Phone: 212-304-4723

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