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Women Infants and Children (WIC) Nutrition Support

MCD Public Health provides staffing support for the Maine CDC Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Nutrition Program by contracting will policy writers to edit and revise WIC training and policy documents as well as assist with the development of the WIC annual state plan.

Region Served: Maine -Statewide

Focus Areas: nutrition, maternal and child health, children with special health needs, data collection

Tools: training, technical support, quality improvement, coalition-building, policy analysis, policy development, data collection

Funders: USDA FNS

Partners: Local agency WIC Clinics, USDA/FNS, MaineCare, Children with Special Health Needs

Contact: Joseph Robinson, MPH, Project Manager
jrobinson@mcdph.org, 207-622-7566 x232

MCD Public Health 11 Parkwood Dr. Augusta, ME 04330

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