COVID-19 Resources for Home Visitors

Update from WIC
If you have friends or family who have had their hours cut or have been laid off, WIC may be able to help them if they are pregnant, had a baby recently, breastfeeding, or have children under the age of five.  Have them call the nearest clinic. They can find it at clinicsearch.azbnp.gov/or call 1-800-252-5942.

The Arizona WIC program is open. To protect the health of WIC participants and staff, WIC appointments can be done from home instead of coming to the clinic. Contact your local WIC Clinic for more information. You can find your clinic’s information at clinicsearch.azbnp.gov/.

You may also consider attending your WIC appointment from home. Please contact your local clinic for more information. You can find your clinic’s information at clinicsearch.azbnp.gov/.

If you or anyone in your family have a fever, cough, or difficulty breathing, please call your WIC office and reschedule your appointment. You may also be able to complete your appointment over the phone.

Take the Home Visiting Applied Research Collaborative’s COVID-19 Survey
The Home Visiting Applied Research Collaborative (HARC) seeks input on how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting local programs. They have created a short survey to be completed by program directors or their representatives by Wednesday, April 8. The survey should take less than 5 minutes to complete per home visiting model operated. Please submit one survey per program. Responses will be presented April 10 via HARC’s website and social media accounts. The NHVRC will also link to results from our Facebook and Twitter feeds.

Take the Survey