Women, Infants, and Children (WIC - Eastside Clinic) - Denver Health

Eastside Clinic - Denver Health

 
Data Provided By
Mile High United Way - MHUW
General Information
Description of ServiceProvides the following for pregnant women, new parents, and caregivers with infants and children younger than age five who cannot afford an adequate diet or who have a condition which shows a need for better nutrition:
- Free nutritious groceries
- Personal and online nutrition counseling
- Breastfeeding support (e.g., information, classes, support groups, peer counselors, loaned breast pumps to those exclusively breastfeeding)
- Referrals for assistance with medical, dental, housing needs

Families do not need to be U.S. citizens and will not be asked about legal status.

WIC families receive a debit-type card to purchase milk, cheese, eggs, cereal, juice, vegetables, peanut butter, beans and infant formula in most grocery stores.
LocationDenver County
Geographical AreaStatewide
Facility/ADA AccessYes
Intake ProcedureCall the appointment line to schedule an appointment.
Intake RequirementsIndividuals are required to provide:
- Photo ID
- Proof of Residency
Helpful TipsOnline referral form
Call for more information (Breast Pumps)

Visit www.ColoradoWIC.com OR http://tinyurl.com/WICclinics to find WIC locations. Visit the National WIC Association (www.nwica.org) for additional information.

The WICShopper app makes choosing and tracking WIC foods easy and fast.


Individuals may visit any WIC office and do not need to be a resident of a particular county to receive services in that county.

Colorado PEAK provides a questionnaire that will give people answers about whether or not they may qualify for benefits for programs that provide food assistance, cash assistance, WIC supplemental nutrition benefits, and other types of assistance. Access Colorado PEAK at https://coloradopeak.secure.force.com/
 
Client Information
Languages SpokenEnglish, Spanish, Interpretation Available
EligibilityMust live in Colorado, be at or below 185% of the Federal Poverty Level, and meet one of the following criteria:
- Pregnant women
- Breastfeeding women
- Families (including single fathers, caregivers, etc.) with a child younger than five years old

Women who have miscarried are also eligible for up to six months.

Families already receiving Medicaid, SNAP, or TANF are automatically eligible for WIC.

Pregnant women will be counted as two individuals when determining household size.

185% of the Federal Poverty Level (July 2019- June 2020)
Household of 1 - $23,107
Household of 2 - $31,284
Household of 3 - $39,461
Household of 4 - $47,638
Household of 5 - $55,815
Household of 6 - $63,992
Household of 7 - $72,169
Household of 8 - $80,346
Households of 9 or greater - $80,346 plus $8,177 for each additional member
 
Fees or Charges
Fee AmountsNone
Wait ListCall for more information (Breast Pumps)
 
Availability
Hours of Operation Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. (Administrative Hours)
Contact Information
 
Contact's Phone (303) 436-6000
Physical Site Address 1 501 E 28th St
Physical Site Address 2 Ste 1011
Physical Site City, State, Zip Denver, CO 80205
Main Phone (303) 436-6000
TDD Phone (303) 436-6292
Web Address www.denverhealth.org/
 
Additional Information
SourceMHUW
 
 
Affiliated Agency, Programs, and Services
Affiliated Agency: Denver Health
Affiliated Program: Eastside Clinic - Denver Health
This Service: Women, Infants, and Children (WIC - Eastside Clinic) - Denver Health
 
Taxonomy Postings
Posted to Categories: WIC (NL-6000.9500)