Women, Infants, and Children Offices

This site provides information about the WIC (Women, Infants, and Children) program including how to apply, who WIC is for, what foods you can buy with your benefits, WIC clinics near you and other important information about the program.

Who is WIC for?

WIC is for infants, children up to five years of age, pregnant women, breastfeeding women (until the infant's first birthday) and women whose pregnancy ended less than six months ago. The program provides nutrition education, experts who specialize in nutrition for both mothers and their children, breastfeeding support, tips for feeding infants and children to help create healthy habits, ability to purchase healthy foods and referrals to health care and other community resources. To learn more, what is WIC?

Contacting your local WIC Office

WIC is administered in each state or territory by the State Health Department or Indian Tribal Organization. After reviewing the information on this site and you still have questions or issues about WIC, then we recommend you contact your local WIC office. To find out how, select your state below. They should be able to assist you.