About Us

ITCN serves all 27 Native tribes of Nevada but welcomes all Nevada residents

Since its beginning in 1974, the WIC Program has earned the reputation of being one of the most successful Federally-funded nutrition programs in the United States. Collective findings of studies, reviews, and reports demonstrate that the WIC Program is cost-effective in protecting or improving the health/nutritional status of women, infants, and children.




ITCN WIC provides supplemental foods, health care referrals, and nutrition education for qualified pregnant, breastfeeding, and non-breastfeeding postpartum women and to infants and children up to age five.


What does WIC stand for?

WIC stands for Women, Infants, and Children. We specifically help pregnant women, women with infants, their babies, and children up to age 5.

Does WIC offer groceries?

WIC provides specific, healthy foods to ensure good health and development tor our clients.

How do I know if I qualify?

CLICK HERE to find out.

What kinds of food can I get?

CLICK HERE to get a full list of foods that WIC provides. They include beans, cheese, cereal, eggs, fruits and vegetables, peanut butter, milk, 100% fruit juice, baby formula, baby food, and more.

How do I buy my food?

To buy your food items, we'll give you a WIC EBT card to use in select stores. With your card, you are able to buy WIC approved items. Click here to get a full list of WIC approved brands and sizes.

What else does WIC offer?

We provide nutrition screening and education, specific supplemental foods, breastfeeding support, and referrals to healthcare and social services tor our clients.


If you still have questions about the services that ITCN WIC offers or need personalized help, please contact us and we will reach out as soon as we can.