District of Columbia WIC Office
Get help with your District of Columbia WIC benefits. The DC Department of Health manages the WIC program in the state. Their job is to help improve, promote and protect the health of adults and children in the state. The primary focus of WIC is educating families about proper nutrition for expectant and new mothers, babies and young children.
If you have questions or issues about the District of Columbia WIC program, then use the information below to contact them. We include the WIC office number, hours of operation and their office address. The WIC director for District of Columbia is Christi Dorsey. You can also access the official DC WIC website, dchealth.dc.gov, by clicking here.
I need to apply for WIC
If you are looking to get on the District of Columbia WIC program, the first step is to see if you meet the District of Columbia WIC eligibility requirements. In general, to qualify you need to meet the District of Columbia WIC Income Guidelines, live in state and be seen by a health professional at the clinic. If you feel you qualify, then you need to call your local District of Columbia WIC clinic to schedule an appointment.
You will be required to bring specific documentation to help the staff determine if you qualify. To find out the full process view how to apply for DC WIC. If you still have questions about the application process, please use the contact information on this page to call the District of Columbia WIC office.
WIC Office Location
DC Department of Health
899 North Capitol St. NE Suite 3111
Washington, DC 20002
WIC Office Phone Number
The DC WIC number to this clinic is 202-442-9397 or 800-345-1942. You can also fax them at 202-442-9397 or 800-345-1942.
WIC Office Hours
Monday - Friday: 8:15am to 4:45pm