WIC (Women, Infants and Children)
WIC is a nutrition education and supplemental food program for infants, children through age 4 and
pregnant, post-partum and nursing mothers. WIC insures that young children receive good nutrition,
giving them a healthy start in life. The parents receive information on health and nutrition. WIC has
proven to be an effective child health and education program. For the current schedule of WIC
classes, call 740-333-3552.
Jeannie Bihl, R.N., is an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC). An IBCLC is a
health care professional who specializes in the clinical management of breastfeeding. Jeannie is
available to help mothers who need assistance, support or education regarding breastfeeding.
Meet Jeannie your one stop shop for breastfeeding support at Fayette County WIC.
Jeannie is our licensed Breast Feeding Consultant who has served our community for over 20 years
helping new moms throughout their breastfeeding experiences. In 2011 WIC established the Peer
Ultimately, we are here for you as a friend and have been through the transition of a pregnant
woman to breastfeeding mother.
Periodically throughout your pregnancy and after delivery, we will contact you offering support. We
will be available to answer any questions or concerns you might have. The goal of this program is to
help mothers overcome any breastfeeding barriers and to offer positive support and encouragement
when problems do arise. Any questions you might have are important to us no matter how big or
We will be helping moms address issues such as getting off to a good start with breastfeeding and
maintaining a healthy milk supply. Resources such as breast pumps and classes will be available
to all moms.
Monday - Thursday: 8 a.m.to 11:30 a.m., 1-4
p.m. (appointments and food pickup)
Friday: 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. (food pickup only)
The WIC office will be closed on some
Fridays. Call ahead before coming in to pick
Appointments are needed for enrollment and
Appointments are not needed for food pickup
Did you know?
“The newborn baby has three basic
needs; they are warmth in the arms
of its mother, food from her breasts
and security in the knowledge of her
Breastfeeding satisfies all three.”
Fayette County Health District
317 S. Fayette Street
Washington C.H., OH 43160
General Phone: 740-335-5910
Environmental Health: 740-333-3590
Help Me Grow: 740-335-5111
General Fax: 740-333-3528
24/7 Phone Number: 740-505-1936
Jeannie Bihl, R.N.
Jeannie Bihl, RN