Frequently Asked Questions

You can assign an alternate person that can come to your WIC appointment (except for recertification), pick up your checks and shop for you.

You may walk in at any of our sites during clinic hours. Note: some sites are open on specific days.

Yes, you can bring the results of the blood test another time.

No, Immigration status is not a determining factor nor do we report to the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS).

No, WIC is a non-reporting agency.

Yes, you can participate in both programs. Food stamps will not be affected if you qualify for WIC

Yes, any child who qualifies can get WIC through the age of 5.

Yes, we can postpone proof of income and address for 30 days.

WIC is a nutrition program so classes are meant to reinforce healthy messages. WIC offers several options to take classes either online, one-on-one with a counselor, or in a group setting.