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Public Charge Resources

  Public Charge Rule and Questions On January 27, 2020, the U.S. Supreme Court reversed a nationwide injunction that allows for implementation of the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) final public charge rule. The final rule will significantly expand the...

Join Us for Hunger Action Day!

Hunger Action Day is Monday February 3 Read the Anti-Hunger and Nutrition Coalition legislative priorites here:  2020 AHNC legislative agenda    Register for Hunger...

Scholarship Application to attend NWA Leadership Conference

Apply for a scholarship to attend the National WIC Association Leadership Conference in Washington DC! Conference Dates: March 15 – 17, 2020 Thanks to special funding from the DOH WIC Program, Nutrition First is able to offer 2 scholarships for local agency WIC staff...

Here’s How You Can Help Promote Summer Nutrition for Kids

(From Within Reach) Washington is the 22nd hungriest state in the U.S., and roughly one in five of all Washington families with children struggle to put food on the table regularly. For the 482,000 children who rely on free or reduced price...

Crosscut Festival

Crosscut presents two days of thought-provoking conversations and innovative thinking, tackling the most important issues of our times. Journalists, politicians, authors, and newsmakers from our community and around the nation come together to take a hard look at the...

Help Take Your WIC Client Voices all the way to Washington DC!

Help WIC Clients share their thoughts on what WIC means to them with Washington State's Elected Members of Congress and Senate. Again this year – delegates from Nutrition First will travel to Washington DC to attend the Annual National WIC Association Leadership...

WIC is Open!

WIC Clinics in Washington State are open during the partial federal government shutdown. WIC checks may be used in grocery stores. For questions, contact your local WIC clinic.

Scholarship Opportunity

Again this year, Nutrition First will offer a scholarship for 1 WIC Employee to attend the National WIC Association Leadership Conference March 3-6 in Washington DC.  Scholarship deadline is January 15. Nutrition First...

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Upcoming Events

 

Advances in Lactation Support Conference – A Trauma Informed Approach. June 3, 2020.

06/03/2020 @ 8:00 am – 4:30 pm – 2020 Annual Advances in Lactation Support Conference “A Trauma Informed Approach” Wednesday June 3, 2020 Emerald Queen Conference Center 5780 Pacific Hwy E, Fife WA 98424 This conference is for those who work with breastfeeding families and are ready to expand their skills and knowledge. This conference is new and different every year – with […]

Foundations in Lactation Support – Tuesday March 24, 2020. Edmonds, WA.

03/24/2020 @ 8:00 am – 4:30 pm – Again this year Nutrition First trainer Michele Crockett, IBCLC, PCPA, LLLL, will provide this great training that is perfect for those new to providing breastfeeding support. It’s also good for those who want a refresher on how to support breastfeeding families. This training covers staff roles, how to use client centered communication skills when talking […]

Building on Foundations in Lactation Support – Thursday March 26, 2020. Edmonds, WA.

03/26/2020 @ 8:00 am – 4:30 pm – This training moves past the Foundations training and addresses more breastfeeding challenges and resources. This is a great training for those who have already attended Foundations in Lactation Support (or similar) and are interested in enhancing their skills in lactation support. This training is open to those working in the community to support breastfeeding, and […]

Recent Job Postings

 

Vendor and Farmers Market Specialist – Office of Nutrition Services

Vendor and Farmers Market Specialist Vendor and Farmers Market Specialist (HSC3) Bilingual – Spanish (DOH4848) This position works with partners to enhance the health of individuals, families, and communities. As a Vendor and Farmers Market Specialist, you will join a team that is involved in all aspects of vendor and contractor management for the Women, […]

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