Choctaw Nation WIC

Choctaw Nation WIC has adopted the JPMA WICSmart platform to provide Nutrition Education for it’s WIC participants.  Lessons are available to participants on tablet-based kiosks in the clinic as well as on-line from anywhere with an internet connection.


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The Choctaw Nation WIC program is a supplemental feeding program for women, infants and children. To qualify for this program, an individual must meet the following criteria:

  • Be pregnant, post partum, or breastfeeding and at nutritional risk.
  • Birth to one year old and be at nutritional risk.
  • Age one to five years old and be at nutritional risk.
  • Meet the income eligibility guidelines.

The WIC program is a nutrition program which provides foods that are high iniron, protein, calcium, vitamin A and vitamin C. The program is federally funded through the USDA and serves the 10 1/2 counties of the Choctaw Nation. WIC clinic sites are located at Hugo, Durant, Boswell, Antlers, Atoka, Idabel, Broken Bow, Talihina, Poteau, Wilburton, Stigler, Coalgate, McAlester, Bethel, Smithville and Spiro.


Contact:


Choctaw Nation Women, Infants and Children Program(WIC)

Claudene Williams Phone: 800-522-6170