WIC is a federally funded program providing residents with nutritious foods, nutrition education, and referrals.
WIC serves pregnant, breastfeeding, and postpartum women, and infants and children under age five who meet WIC eligibility guidelines.
This makes our practice convenient for patients throughout the Phoenix metropolitan area and in the White Mountains.
To schedule a consultation or receive more information, please contact us by calling one of our offices or completing our quick online form.
The number of people riding the public transit system in the Phoenix area continues to grow.
There's a handy pullout map with all the bus routes. Valley Metro has been adding many retail outlets for passes so that consumers can purchase them more conveniently at the lower price. If you ride the bus regularly, or you need to take more than one bus to get to your destination, you'll probably find that one of the following passes is the most economical: All Day Pass - Can be used all day, from bus to bus or from bus to rail and back again.
Effective March 1, 2013, the local bus fare is per ride. If you don't buy your all-day pass in advance, it's and extra to purchase it on the bus. These work best if you typically don't ride the bus, but you will be doing so one or two days per month for special trips.7, 15 and 31 Day Local Passes - Your multiple-day local pass will be valid for 7, 15 or 31 consecutive days after activation.
Find out more about the Restaurant Meals (Hot meals) Program which allows elderly, disabled or homeless households to purchase hot or prepared foods from participating restaurants and delicatessens, using the SNAP EBT benefits.
Access information about Arizona Women, Infants, & Children (WIC).