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Granger WIC

Contact

Phone

(509) 854-1069

Location Info

Our Granger WIC office is located inside the KNDA Radio building in downtown Granger, Washington. This location is convenient for caregivers and expecting mothers in the Granger area to get help with securing healthy and nutritious food for their children and themselves.

The WIC program also offers benefits including: growth tracking to make sure your children are growing at a healthy rate, nutrition education and advice for caregivers and expecting mothers, and breastfeeding help. Specialized breastfeeding peers are also available for after-hours assistance with participant breastfeeding questions.

In addition, help finding healthcare and other community services is available.

If you have a concern regarding the quality or safety of your care, we encourage you to let us know.

A guide to breastfeeding for working moms, blog post, Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic.
Featured Blog Post

A Guide to Breastfeeding for Working Moms

Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Mothers know that breastfeeding is the optimal way to provide nourishment to their babies. However, it can be tough to breastfeed for working moms. In this guide, we’ll go over some common concerns you may have as a working mother who wants to breastfeed. We’ll also discuss how you can continue breastfeeding even while you’re at work by using a breast pump. Should You Still Breastfeed if You Work... read more

Address

121 Sunnyside Avenue
Granger, WA 98932

Hours

Nutrition Services, WIC

Monday - Friday:
8:00 am-12:00 pm
1:00 pm-5:00 pm
Saturday - Sunday:
Closed
By appointment only

Other locations nearby

Breastfeeding guide for first-time mothers blog post. Family medicine and WIC, Yakima Valley Farmworkers Clinic.
Featured Blog Post

Breastfeeding Guide for First-Time Mothers

Thursday, August 1, 2019

Breastfeeding is the most natural way to feed your baby. It provides numerous short- and long-term benefits for both you and them. You may have many questions about breastfeeding. Below, we’ll explain why breastfeeding matters and how to begin breastfeeding as soon as your baby arrives. What Is Breastfeeding? As soon as your baby is born, they will need food just like the rest of us. Newborn... read more