Women, Infants, and Children

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WIC is the supplemental nutrition program for Women, Infants and Children. WIC provides nutrition and breastfeeding education to anyone. It also provides supplemental nutritious foods to income eligible pregnant, breastfeeding and non-breastfeeding postpartum women, infants and children up to 5 years of age.

WIC services include:

• Nutrition and breastfeeding education and support

• Supplement nutritious foods like fruits, vegetables, peanut butter, eggs, milk, cheese and more

• Referral to health care providers and community programs

• Weight and height checks and hemoglobin testing

 Frequently Asked Questions

  • You must live in Ohio
  • You must be pregnant, breastfeeding a baby under 1 year old, just had a baby, have an infant under 1 year old or have a child under 5 years old
  • Click here for WIC Income Eligibility or have a current Medicaid card. (Gross income before taxes and deductions may not exceed the following)
    *A pregnant woman counts as more than one family member. A person who currently receives Medicaid, Food Stamps or Ohio Works First (OWF) automatically meets the income eligibility criteria for WIC.
  • Be able to come into the WIC office to determine medical or nutritional risk based on health and diet information

Income Requirement Guidelines

Guidelines effective July 1, 2023, updated July 7, 2023. If you are unsure of income eligibility, contact your local WIC office.

Call the WIC office in your area to make an appointment:

  • Proof of income such as a current Medicaid card of every family member applying for the program, current pay stubs from everyone working in the household, JFS document, letter of support
  • Proof of address such as a current driver’s license, utility bill, mail or current lease
  • Proof of ID for every family member applying for the program such as a current driver’s license, birth certificate, crib card for newborn, child shot record or military or school ID

Yes. Someone other than the legal parent or guardian can bring in your child for the WIC appointment.

All forms listed below must be completed and signed by the parent/guardian and must be present at the time of the appointment.

Congratulations! Call to notify WIC of your new baby and schedule an appointment.

Call your local WIC office:

  • Delaware WIC: 740-203-2050
  • Union WIC: 937-645-2064
  • Morrow WIC: 419-947-8010

Delaware Office
740-203-2035 (fax)

Union Office
937-645-3047 (fax)

Morrow Office
614-754-5116 (fax)

Sunbury Office

Breastfeeding Help

All WIC Infant Formula Alternatives Jan. 2023

WIC is aware of the current shortage of infant formula in stores and will continue to closely monitor the situation. We are working hard to provide regular feedback, information, and guidance. We understand the urgency of resolving these issues to provide healthy nutrition to your little ones.

Below are tips that may help:

  • Call the store first and ask for product availability.
  • Ask a store worker if there is more formula in the back if there is not any on the shelf.
  • Ask when the next shipment arrives.
  • Ask when shelves are usually stocked.
  • Talk to the pharmacy to see if they can help.
  • Do not wait until end of the month to purchase your benefits.
  • If no resolution, contact the local WIC office.
  • Call your child’s healthcare provider about prescribing an alternative specialty formula if the one currently prescribed is unavailable or difficult to find.
  • Reach out to local agencies, such as pregnancy resource centers, food pantries/free stores, Facebook moms that may have extra supply to swap.
  • Use food stamp benefits (snap) to purchase formula. Store brand, though not WIC eligible, is a good alternative to purchase.

Breastfeeding classes, lactation appointments, and weight checks, available upon request to anyone in the community.
FREE 24/7 Breastfeeding hotline 1-888-588-3423

The National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) of 1993, Public Law 103-31, provides that WIC clinics serve as voter registration assistance sites throughout Ohio. Applicants can register to vote at any WIC clinic in their communities, or registration can be completed through the online services of the Secretary of State’s office HERE.