WIC Families

Choose from the title list or browse through the materials below.

  • Decreasing Risk for Gestational Diabetes Toolkit

    WIC New Mexico, in partnership with the University of New Mexico Project ECHO, developed a program designed to decrease the risk of women developing GDM.

  • Eating Right During Pregnancy

    Eating Right During Pregnancy

    • This 4-page handout from New Jersey provides nutrition-related tips and guidance for pregnant women. The handout is also available in Spanish.
  • Prenatal Weight Gain Grids

    Prenatal Weight Gain Grids

    Developed by North Carolina to incorporate the 2009 IOM recommendations.
  • English Counselor Workbook

    Project CARE

    Developed by Public Health Foundation WIC in California. The purpose of the CARE Project (Cease Alcohol Related Exposure) is to improve the quality of education for pregnant women related to alcohol consumption
  • Stay Healthy for Your Baby

    Smoking during Pregnancy, Understanding the risks

    Developed by Iowa WIC in conjunction with the Tobacco Bureau, this fact sheet explains how tobacco negatively affects a baby, all the risks associated with smoking during pregnancy, and defines secondhand smoke. It also provides tips on how to quit smoking. This fact sheet (in PDF version) can be downloaded in both English and Spanish.
  • Stay Healthy for Your Baby

    Stay Healthy for Your Baby

    Developed by Iowa WIC to address the importance of talking with pregnant women about avoiding alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs during pregnancy. In English and Spanish.
  • What You Need to Know About Pica

    What You need to Know about PICA

    Developed by South Carolina. Available in English and Spanish.
  • Postpartum Loss

    Your Body, Your Mind: Caring for Yourself After Pregnancy Loss

    Nevada WIC has developed educational materials for women whose pregnancy did not result in an infant to take home from the hospital. The brochure covers nutrition, physical activity, suppressing lactation, emotional health, when to seek professional help, and a list of national resources.

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