Neighborhood WIC

Neighborhood WIC 

Leadership: Sabrina Baronberg, Senior Director, Food and Nutrition Programs; Paulette Sinclair-Weir, Director, Neighborhood WIC

Who We Serve: Pregnant women, mothers with babies up to 6 months old or 12 months old if breastfeeding, and children up to age 5 who meet federal income and nutritional guidelines

Area Served: The Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens

Contact Us: 212-619-6400 


East Tremont:  718-294-6887; 718-294-3244


Bushwick: 718-919-0044; 718-919-0113

Ocean Avenue: 718-332-4059; 718-332-4627


Corona: 718-335-7563; 718-335-3834

Jamaica: 718-526-4633; 718-526-4638

Astoria: 718-726-5816; 718-726-5927

Ridgewood: 718-381-8343; 718-381-8358

Flushing: 718-961-6381; 718-961-6184

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The eight Neighborhood WIC Centers in Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx provide access to healthy supplemental foods, nutrition education, and counseling to low-income pregnant women, infants and children up to age five who are at nutritional risk. 

WIC is a program of the New York State Department of Health funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.  PHS administers the Neighborhood WIC Program under contract with the New York State Department of Health. For more information on the WIC Program, please visit the New York State Department of Health’s WIC website: