City of Del Rio WIC Program recently renovated their classroom in order to provide a Client-Centered Nutrition Education (CCNE). Client-Centered Nutrition Education (CCNE) is a style of education that encourages participants to play an active role in their own learning and allows staff to act as a guide or a facilitator. CCNE provides opportunities for group discussion, incorporates hands-on activities and, best of all, allows participants to share experiences and provide social support to each other. CCNE makes the learning experience more fun, engaging, and meaningful, not only for participants, but also for staff.
Purpose of WIC
To give Children the best possible start by providing optimal nutrition during the critical stages of development.
Who is eligible for WIC?
- Pregnant women
- Breastfeeding women
- Postpartum women
- Children younger than 5 years old
- Meet income guidelines (see Income Eligibility Guidelines below)
- Meet with WIC staff to discuss your family's nutrition interests, needs and concerns
- Be a resident of Texas. WIC clients usually receive services in the county where they reside (U.S. Citizenship is not a requirement for eligibility)
WIC Income Guidelines
|Family Size||Weekly||Bi-Weekly||Twice Monthly||Monthly||Annual|
|Each Additional Family Member||+154||+308||+333||+666||+7,992|
Here's some links to websites that provide additional information: