Hearing screening is simple and painless. Early screening ensures children early access to services to help them reach their full potential. Contact your child's doctor if you have any concerns about your child's hearing.
There is no safe level of lead in the body. Lead can harm anyone, but babies, young children and pregnant women are at special risk.
This information is for health care professionals. The Healthy Homes Lead Poisoning Prevention Program works with you to ensure that all 1- and 2-year-old children are tested for lead. Vermont law requires that all children are tested for lead at...
Caring for a baby or young child means thinking about the food you feed them, the time you spend reading, singing and playing games with them, and the things you do to keep them safe, healthy, and growing well.
What is Strong Families Vermont Home Visiting? We are here to partner with you and make this parenting journey easier. We offer: Free, convenient, flexible visits with your own nurse or family support professional. Help begins at any point in...
Learn about WIC Grocer requirements and how to apply to be a WIC grocer. Learn about the process for food manufacturers to submit food items for consideration by the Vermont WIC Program.
The goal of WIC Data and Reports is to provide information, data and research related to our WIC families. Here are the latest reports, collaborations and publications from the Vermont WIC program to help local WIC agencies and our program...
Through good nutrition, WIC helps ensure optimal health outcomes for pregnant people, new parents, and families with infants and young children.
Core funding for Vermont’s Maternal and Child Health division comes from the Title V Maternal and Child Health Services Block Grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA).
Dental health is especially important for pregnant people because the bacteria that cause dental decay can be spread from mom to baby unknowingly.