Women, Infants and Children (WIC)
WIC is a nutrition and health program that helps eligible pregnant women, new mothers, babies, and young children eat well, learn about nutrition, and stay healthy. The program is administered by the Minnesota Department of Health. To learn more about WIC click here.
Apply for WIC online by clicking here or call your county or Tribal WIC agency to schedule a certification appointment. You must come in person and bring required documents and all children up to age five to complete your enrollment. The appointment will take about 30 minutes and will include a nutrition/physical assessment.
What you will need to bring to your appointment to apply:
- Picture identification (ID) such as a birth certificate, driver’s license, passport, photo ID, social security card, etc.
- Proof of address such as a current driver’s license, a bill, a rent receipt, or personal mail with your name and address on it.
- The person(s) applying for WIC benefits.
- Proof of income such as work pay stubs, a recent tax form, a child support or unemployment check, etc.