WIC gives parents the information, tools and support to be the mom/dad they want to be.

WIC provides:
› FREE food - value of $60 per person each month
› FREE breastfeeding help with a certified counselor
› A professional to ask all your questions about feeding, diet and nutrition
› Someone to listen to your concerns
› A link to other community resources


To find out more about WIC, call:

1-800-432-4121



The Community Connections team is specially trained and very skilled at connecting people to resources to help with needs like transportation, utilities, housing and home supplies or repairs, food assistance, employment, access to care, etc.

The staff remains connected to the client until the need has been confirmed as met in most cases. Referrals can be made for anyone in the community - any age, no income or other eligibility, and you do not have to be a current HDNW client.

For questions about the program, please call:

1-800-432-4121




How's the Water?

Check the Michigan Beachguard website before you head out for your favorite beach this summer to make sure it's safe to swim!



Please Note: To comply with the requirements of Public Act 53 of 1974 by the Michigan State Legislature for the Protection of Underground Facilities and to protect our employees' safety, HDNW will be having underground utilities flagged by Miss Dig for all Septic, Well, Existing System and Site Evaluations applications. This will delay all applications for four (4) business days to allow for utility marking.




Medical Director, Dr. Joshua Meyerson shares what you need to know about protecting your children from measles.

If you have questions about you or your child's immunization status, or would like to make an appointment for you or your child to receive the MMR vaccine, please call:

1-800-432-4121