You’ve heard all about the baby formula shortage over the past couple months.
Christian County Women and Infant Children program, or WIC, is determined to meet that need.
WIC Coordinator Kelsey Bartlow says the shortage is creating some loosened stipulations around buying baby formula with the program.
Family Case Management Coordinator Jane Griffith says that around 80 percent of phone calls to WIC are concerned parents asking for help obtaining baby formula or breast milk.
Bartlow says that the WIC center inside the Christian County Health Department is set to become a milk depot at the end of the month. When this happens, WIC will welcome donations.
Griffith says that the application process for WIC is income-based, but quick and easy.
Go to signupwic.com to learn more. Griffith and Bartlow appeared as guests on the WTIM Morning Show.