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Health and Nutrition-LEGACY



If you receive SNAP (Food Stamps), Public Assistance (TANF) or Medicaid you are automatically income eligible for WIC. If you do not receive any of these services, refer to the income guidelines above.


Phone: (607) 746-1700
Fax: (607) 746-1619

WIC Staff:

Andrea Byrne- WIC Director:
Allison Baldo
- WIC Nutritionist/Breastfeeding Coordinator:
Elizabeth Lambert, WIC Nutritionist:
Ginny Austin, CPST-WIC Clerk:
Ashlee Gransbury, CPST-WIC Clerk:
Courtney Covell, WIC Breastfeeding Peer Counselor:
Santana Brewster, WIC Breastfeeding Peer Counselor: 

This institution is an equal opportunity provider. For the full Nondiscrimination Statement, click here.

You can receive WIC even if you are not a legal resident, not a U.S. citizen, or if you do not have a social security number.  Foreign students may also receive WIC while residing in New York State.  You may still continue to get Food Stamps (SNAP), Public Assistance (TANF), or Medicaid while on WIC.

Attention: All outreach sites are open. Participants/Applicants have the option to choose either in-person or remote appointments. The monthly outreach schedule can be found here: November Schedule

Community Food & Nutrition-LEGACY

Food Stamp Advocacy

The Nutrition Advocate helps people apply for Food Stamps, WIC and other nutrition assistance programs through application assistance and advocacy.

Kelly Wagner, Nutrition Advocate

(607) 746-1667

Monthly Food Distributions

Food donated by the Regional Food Bank of Northeast NY is distributed to Delaware County residents. Distribution is at our Hamden office one day per month April- October.  Dates for distributions can be found on the Delaware Opportunities calendar.

Senior Dining

60 years and older and a resident of Delaware County. There are no income requirements or restrictions. Participation in this program is strictly age and residency related.
Rick Angerer, Project Director;
Pattie Warfield, Project Assistant;
(607) 746-1710

There are two main components to the Senior Dining Program: Congregate Dining and Home Delivered Meals. Congregate Dining is centered around enjoying a meal in a social setting with activities, dietary support and relevant informational presentations. This part of the program is for people who are mobile and can predominately self-transport. Home Delivered Meals are designed for homebound seniors who have difficulty preparing meals, physical limitations or transportation difficulties. This program provides daily contact as well a verbal and visual confirmation of one’s physical well-being.