This year WIC families face unprecedented and rapidly evolving challenges, and we feel fortunate to be able to talk to them to capture their experiences. The COVID-19 pandemic and related economic hardships have dramatically impacted WIC-participating families in L.A. County. The Los Angeles County WIC survey is a triennial survey of WIC participants conducted every 3 years since 2005. Since its first administration in 2005, the L.A. County WIC survey has allowed us to delve more deeply into the experiences and health conditions of WIC-participating families. With 6,759 Los Angeles County WIC Survey responses completed, we can get a sense of how COVID-19 has impacted the lives of WIC-participating families. Nearly half (45%) of WIC-participating households have at least one parent working fewer hours due to COVID-19, and 35% have at least one parent who has lost a job due to COVID-19. Childcare usage has also changed, with 73% of families who reported using childcare having changed the amount of childcare in response to the pandemic. Please see these and other data presented in our LAC WIC Survey Data Dashboard.