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Arizona Women, Infants & Children (WIC)
Local Agency Policies & Procedures
- SNAP Changes: How WIC Can Help
- More than 600,000 people in Arizona have seen a decrease in the benefits they receive to buy healthy foods for their families through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). More than half of those who qualify to receive SNAP benefits are children. The Arizona WIC Program can assist many of these families.
- Arizona WIC Program Policy and Procedure Manual
- Arizona WIC Training Manual
- Arizona WIC Laboratory Manuals
- Arizona WIC Nutrition Risk Manual
- Arizona WIC Anthropometrics Manual
- Pronto Handheld SpHb Spot Check Pulse CO-Oximeter-Masimo
- Information and Forms
- Maricopa County Public Health WIC Dietetic Internships
- New Employee Training Plan Instructional Guidebook
- Nutrition Care Standards
- Together We Can
- WIC Clinic Search Training Manual
Local Agency Toolkits
- Toolkit #1: Emotion-Based Video Observation Tools
Note: This toolkit corresponds to the Emotion-Based video handed out at the February 2009 Meeting
- Toolkit #2: Talking to Clients About Nonfat and Low-fat Milk
Statistics and Reports
- WIC Needs Assessment 2012
- WIC Health Statistics Indicators
- WIC Health Statistics Indicator Definitions
Meetings and Resources
Infant Formula Updates
WIC LMS Guidebook Courses
Note: Files are PDF fornat unless otherwise stated.
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