Galveston County Health District Moves Dickinson WIC Clinic
GALVESTON COUNTY, Texas – The Women, Infants and Children (WIC) division of the Galveston County Health District (GCHD) is proud to announce the opening of its new Dickinson clinic.
Located in the former Amegy Bank building at 2401 Termini Street in Dickinson, the clinic replaces the Gulf Freeway location that was heavily damaged by Hurricane Harvey.
“We are so happy to welcome our families into the new Dickinson clinic,” said Tiffany Rice, manager of GCHD WIC. “We were able to continue services at temporary locations in the aftermath of Harvey, but it’s nice to be back in a permanent location for the convenience of our families.”
During the transition to the new location, families who used the former Dickinson location were offered services at the Dickinson Kroger and the GCHD Texas City WIC clinic.
The Dickinson WIC clinic is one of three operated by GCHD. There are also clinics in the Mid-County Annex in Texas City and Island Community Center in Galveston.
To learn more about GCHD WIC, visit gchd.org/wic or call 409-949-3471.