Women, Infants, & Children (WIC)

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More Fruits and Vegetables!

Participants one year and older receive $35 of fresh or frozen fruits and vegetables each month June through September. Additional food participants receive is valued at $50 and includes milk, cheese, peanut butter, beans, eggs, whole grain bread and much more. Save money and improve the nutrition of your family by joining the WIC Program today.

The WIC Program is completing all appointments by phone and Zoom. 

  • WIC is currently enrolling new families. 
  • Call your nearest WIC office to schedule an appointment (see locations listed below).
  • Food is purchased at local grocery stores with an eWIC card.  
  • Appointments are completed by phone, some classes and lactation consultations by Zoom. Zoom instructions. (Instrucciones para usar Zoom)
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WIC provides free nutritious foods and nutrition education to improve the health of participating families that include pregnant, breastfeeding and postpartum women, infants and children up to the age of 5 years. . 

  • Good nutrition during these times of rapid growth are critical. 
  • Foods contain specific nutrients to promote good health and growth. 
  • WIC provides eating tips, parenting support and referrals to other programs you are interested in.
  • All families are welcome - moms, dads, grandparents, kinship care and foster parents.
  • WIC has staff trained in lactation to support you on your breastfeeding journey! Click here for breastfeeding resources.
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Call the Tri-County Health Department Office near you

WIC services are provided by phone from all locations       

Monday - Friday
8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Days and hours may vary by location


** Temporarily closed to the public or do not have WIC Staff onsite due to the pandemic 

Aurora East: Colfax/Chambers
15400 E 14th Place
Aurora, CO 80011
303-363-3076

Aurora South: Chambers/Hampden   15192 E Hampden Avenue
Aurora, CO 80014
303-873-4400

Aurora West: Alton/Colfax
9000 E Colfax
Aurora, CO 80011
303-361-6010

Bennett **
1100 E. Colfax Avenue
Bennett, CO 80102
303-363-3004

Brighton 
30 South 20th Avenue
Suites F/G
Brighton, CO 80601
303-659-2335

Castle Rock
410 South Wilcox Street
Castle Rock, CO 80104
303-846-2002

Commerce City
4201 E 72nd Avenue
Unit D
Commerce City, CO 80022
303-439-5990

Englewood
4857 S Broadway
Englewood, CO 80113
303-783-7101

Lone Tree
9350 Heritage Hills Circle
Lone Tree, CO 80124
303-846-2002

North Broadway: 70th/Broadway   7000 North Broadway
Number 400
Denver, CO 80221
303-426-5232

Stride WIC**
Aurora Health and Wellness
10680 Del Mar Parkway
Aurora, CO 80010
303-361-6010

Westminster
1401 W 122nd Avenue
Number 200
Westminster, CO 80234
303-255-6254


Tri-County Health Department has the largest network of WIC clinics in Colorado, serving an average caseload of over 20,000 clients. Last year, this federal program provided over $14.5 million dollars in direct assistance to local Tri-County families, which also helps our local economy.

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WIC takes your rights very seriously and want you to know what they are: