The Williamson County and Cities Health District is relocating its Georgetown Women, Infants and Children and Community Nutrition program office from 100 W. Third St. to the Carver Center for Families at 1200 W. 17th St., Georgetown, starting July 28.

The new location is meant to serve as a one-stop hub for assisting the community, brining multiple services under one roof, WCCHD WIC Director Alissa Orozco said in a news release.

“The mission of WIC is to safeguard the health of women, infants and children who are at nutritional risk,” Orozco said. “We achieve this by providing nutritious foods to enhance diets, offering information on healthy eating and making referrals to health care and other community resources.”

The program provides education, foods and breastfeeding support for pregnant women, new mothers and families with children younger than age 5. The WCCHD also has WIC services available in Cedar Park, Liberty Hill, Round Rock and Taylor. 512-943-3680.