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Apply for the 2024 Senior Farmers' Market Nutrition Program

New Mexico WIC is open! Click here for clinic locations. 

Ruidoso wic participants - if you are in need of wic services, please contact the roswell wic office at (575) 624-6171 ext # 2.  

Welcome to NM WIC

Nurturing the growth of healthy families in New Mexico

The New Mexico Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Program is proud to offer free healthy foods, nutrition education, breastfeeding support, and community connections to help families live their best in the Land of Enchantment.

Can My Family Get WIC?

Find out if you’re eligible.

WIC & SNAP = Better Together

Hello, you may have received information about a referral sent to the New Mexico Department of Health’s Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) program after your last approval for benefits from the New Mexico Human Services Department (HSD). Because of your recent approval for benefits with the HSD, you may also be eligible to get additional benefits though WIC. WIC program staff will contact you with more information to see if you are eligible to get WIC benefits as well. If you would like to know more about the WIC program please visit our website.  Thank you! 


What Can WIC Save You?

Participating in the WIC program until your child is 5 years old can save you around $4,000.


This could buy you…..





WIC Services

Explore NM WIC Services


Click here to learn more about breastfeeding your BEST.

Nutrition & Health

Click here for nutrition and health tips.

Shopping with WIC

Click here for information about food benefits, shopping, and grocery stores.

Online Classes

Click here for information about online WIC classes.

Farmer's Market

Click here for information about WIC or Seniors’ Farmers’ Markets.

Health & Community Partners

Click here to learn how WIC works with communities to benefit families.

NM WIC Staff Spotlight

Marissa S. – Westside (Albuquerque) WIC Eligibility Interviewer 

Health Tips

Caring for your mental health. Click the link below to learn more.

Health Information

Information on COVID in New Mexico.

Seasonal Highlights

It’s Spring and the flowers are blooming and so are the seasonal allergies. Click below to learn more.


Get support from WIC! Join one of our lactation support groups.

Dangers of Homemade Infant Formula

Several agencies and organizations are advising parents and caregivers to not make or feed homemade infant formula to infants. Click the link below for more infomation and to watch a short video. 


¨WIC thanks all nursing parents during World Breastfeeding Week and National Breastfeeding Month for their commitment to providing human milk and improving our global health and environment.¨