Despite Being More User-Friendly, WIC Enrollment Still Falling

“An important supplemental nutrition program for young families continues to lose enrollment in Allegheny County, despite recent changes to make the Women, Infants and Children program more user-friendly.

WIC provides financial assistance for groceries to low-income pregnant and postpartum women, and families with children up to age five. All U.S. states are required to transition their WIC programs from paper checks to electronic benefit transfer cards by the end of 2020….”

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Publish Date: 02-24-2020

News Outlet: 90.5 WESA FM

Author: Sarah Boden

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