Women, Infants, & Children (WIC)

WIC Assisting during COVID-19
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Important COVID-19 Information!

Tri-County Health Department WIC Program is completing all appointments by phone. WIC benefits have not changed including WIC foods, nutrition counseling, referrals and support. WIC is enrolling new families that qualify. 

  • Clients are encouraged to stay home.
  • WIC will call you at your scheduled appointment time. If you need to update your phone number, please call your WIC clinic or email wic@tchd.org
  • Leave a voice mail when calling our offices, you will receive a return call. Our staff are working from off-site locations and need your name and phone number to return your call. 
  • Appointment text reminders have temporarily been stopped. Call your WIC office if you need benefits. 
  • Tri-County Health Department’s WIC services are considered necessary services for people to maintain the safety and essential operations of your house. Residents of Adams, Arapahoe and Douglas Counties will not violate the Stay at Home Public Health Orders if they come to get WIC services like breast pumps or eWIC cards.
  • For COVID-19 updates press the red button above.
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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. . 

  • Each person on WIC receives food valued at $57 each month. 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.
  • Families can apply for WIC at anytime.
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  • WIC has staff trained in lactation, breastfeeding classes and breast pumps to support you on your breastfeeding journey! Click here for a breastfeeding resources, including videos of how to assemble and use WIC breast pumps.  

Call the Tri-County Health Department Office near you

              (Some sites are temporarily closed, call numbers listed)

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

(days and hours may vary by location

Aurora West: Alton/Colfax 
9000 E Colfax Avenue
Aurora, CO 80011

Aurora East: Colfax/Chambers 
15400 E 14th Place
Aurora, CO 80011

Aurora South: Chambers/Hampden 
15192 E Hampden Avenue
Aurora, CO 80014

Bennett (temporarily closed for WIC services)
1100 E. Colfax Avenue
Bennett, CO 80102

30 South 20th Avenue
Suites F/G
Brighton, CO 80601

Castle Rock
410 South Wilcox Street
Castle Rock, CO 80104

Commerce City
4201 E 72nd Avenue
Unit D
Commerce City, CO 80022

Elizabeth (temporarily closed for WIC services)
589 S Banner Street
Elizabeth, CO 80107

4857 S Broadway
Englewood, CO 80113

Every Child Pediatrics -Thornton (temporarily closed for WIC Services)
9197 Grant Street
Suite 200
Thornton, CO 80229
(Monday - Thursday)
303-450-3690 ext.1106

Lone Tree (temporarily closed)
9350 Heritage Hills Circle
Lone Tree, CO 80124

North Broadway: 70th/Broadway      7000 North Broadway
Number 400
Denver, CO 80221

Salud WIC Commerce City (temporarily closed for WIC services)     6255 Quebec Parkway
Commerce City, CO 80022

Stride WIC (temporarily closed for WIC services)
Aurora Health and Wellness
10680 Del Mar Parkway
Aurora, CO 80010

1401 W 122nd Avenue
Number 200
Westminster, CO 80234

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.

Civil Rights

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