Community Progress Council is currently accepting new participants for the Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) program. WIC serves eligible pregnant and breastfeeding women, mothers who have given birth within the past six months, and infants and children up to 5 years old.
WIC services are free and include the following: healthy foods, nutrition education, breastfeeding support, health screenings, and information and referrals to other services.
Eligibility for the WIC program is based on income, residency, and medical/dietary needs. To view the Pennsylvania WIC guidelines, readers may visit https://pawic.com/IncomeGuidelines.aspx or call Community Progress Council at 717-843-7942. Individuals may also begin an application for WIC benefits at http://www.pawic.com.
Community Progress Council serves all of York County and offers WIC appointments at clinics in York city, Hanover, Shrewsbury, Lewisberry, Delta, Red Lion, Dover, and Dillsburg. A full list of locations is available at http://www.yorkcpc.org.