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Citizen Potawatomi Nation Wic - Oklahoma City Southside Office - Oklahoma City WIC Clinics

  • Name
  • Citizen Potawatomi Nation WIC - Oklahoma City Southside Office
  • Address
  • 5401 S. Western
    Oklahoma City, OK 73109
  • Phone Number
  • (405) 632-4143
  • Fax
  • (405)632-9807
  • Operation hours
  • Type
  • Clinic/Application Site
  • Web Site
  • https://www.potawatomi.org/
  • Services Offered
  • Supplemental Nutritious Foods; Health and Nutrition Education; Referrals; Nutrition and Breastfeeding Counseling
  • Description
  • The Citizen Potawatomi Nation Women Infant, Children program provides supplemental nutritious foods, health and nutrition education, referrals, and nutrition and breastfeeding counseling for eligible pregnant, breastfeeding, and postpartum women as well as infants and children under the age of five years. The program is designed to positively impact prenatal nutrition, infant birth weight, iron deficiency anemia and early childhood nutrition and cognitive development. WIC complies with all applicable Federal and state agency mandates. CPN WIC serves approximately 1,200 participants at its three permanent agency/clinic sites and three mobile satellite sites in central Oklahoma. The Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC) is funded by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).
  • Phone 2
  • (405) 273-3216
  • Contact Person
  • Shelley Schneider
  • E-Mail
  • rgibson@potawatomi.org
  • WIC Foods
  • Juice; Tofu; Fresh & Frozen Fruits; Fresh & Frozen Vegetables; Whole Grain Bread; Oatmeal; Brown Rice; Bulgur; Soft Corn Tortillas; Whole Wheat Pasta; Whole Wheat Tortillas; Infant Fruits & Vegetables; Infant Meats; Infant Cereal; Infant Formula; Cheese; Eggs; Peanut Butter; Beans or Peas; Fish: Tuna, Salmon Pink or White, Sardines, Chub Mackerel; Milk

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