Improving the Lifelong Health and Nutrition of Oregon Families
WIC is a public health nutrition program that is vital to the health of women, infants and children across Oregon. Find out more about how the WIC Program improves the health of Oregon's families, communities, and economy by reading our Annual WIC Report. Files on this page require Adobe Acrobat Reader software to be read and printed.
View previous reports: 2015
To request hard copies of the Annual Report, please call 971-673-0040 or e-mail email@example.com
2016 WIC agency factsheets
Our fact sheets provide an annual perspective of WIC's impact and services at a local level, including the number of people who participate, breastfeeding rates locally, and the economic benefits to the community. Most local WIC agencies are County Health Departments; however, some local agencies are non-profits or tribal organizations and may serve multiple counties. These fact sheets will help provide a local snapshot of each WIC agency across Oregon, but are not necessarily aligned with county boundaries. For more information on the data used in these fact sheets, see Details on the Data for WIC Local Agency Fact Sheets.
View individual agency factsheets by clicking on the links in the table below, or view a PDF file with all local agency factsheets.
Note: Looking for data for a specific county? Type the county name into the Search box to get a list of all agency factsheets containing data from that county.