WIC is a no-cost Nutrition Education Program that helps families eat well and stay healthy. It is a Supplemental Nutrition Program.
HOW DO I GET WIC?
In order to receive WIC benefits, you must meet certain guidelines. You can check the WIC Prescreening Tool on the USDA website to see if you may qualify or click here to see financial and other requirements.
You will need to make an appointment to apply for WIC or receive WIC services.
Click here for contact information, hours, location and what you will need to bring.
Nutritious Foods are provided by WIC to help families eat healthy. Click here to find out more about the variety of WIC Foods available.
Nutrition Counseling is provided to families who might need specific information because of a medical condition or nutrition issue. WIC provides free, one-on-one visits with the Registered Dietitians to help families get the best information for their needs. Click here to find out more about our Registered Dietitian Services.
Nutrition Education is a benefit of the WIC program. Every time your WIC Bridge Card is re-loaded, you receive nutrition education either in the WIC Clinic or online. To access nutrition education online, go to www.wichealth.org. For easy,step-by-step instructions to help you complete your online education, click here.
Breastfeeding is one of the very best gifts you can give your baby. WIC recommends that mothers breastfeed their babies, and we’re here to help with Breastfeeding Education and Support.
Project FRESH helps WIC clients get fresh fruits and vegetables during the summer. Find out more here.
Health Care Referrals. WIC works closely with other health care providers. Many private and public health care providers refer to us, and we provide referrals to our participants as needed for health and social services. Some of the referrals we can make include:
Substance abuse counseling and treatment
Healthy Kids/MI Child insurance program
WIC is a federally funded program through the United States Department of Agriculture. In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability.To file a complaint of discrimination, write to: