WIC Program

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How to Apply

Call us for an appointment at (414) 385-5611

At the appointment, you will need: 
 
  • Proof of income for all household members for the last month  (current pay or unemployment check stub, current notice of Decision Letter- Food Share or  Medicaid, child support check stub, or written documentation from your employer).
  • Proof of identity for you (parent/guardian) and everyone being enrolled.  (such as Birth Certificate, hospital record or crib card, photo ID-school or county ID, driver's license or passport).
  • Proof of address--any current bills or mail with your address, rent receipt or lease with address included, or any documentation with your name and current address.
  • Proof of pregnancy if applicable (ultrasound picture or pregnancy statement from clinic including expected due date).
  • Everyone who is being enrolled or recertified must attend the appointment.
  • Infant's and children's immunization records may be requested.
 
Be sure to allow plenty of time for your appointment. Each appointment takes 60-90 minutes.

At the end of your appointment . . .
If you qualify, you will be given an eWIC card to use at the grocery store to purchase nutritious food.

Once enrolled . . .
  • Pregnant women can receive WIC through their entire pregnancy.
    Infants can receive WIC through their first year. (Then they may be re-enrolled as children.)
  • Breastfeeding women are enrolled for up to 12 months at a time.
    Women who are not breastfeeding can receive WIC for 6 months after delivery.
  • Children can stay on WIC until age 5.
  • Women who have recently miscarried are eligible for WIC benefits up to 6 months after miscarriage.