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Beaver Southwest Utah Public Health Department WIC Office

75 1175 N, Beaver, UT, 84713

Phone: 435-438-2482

Blanding Southeastern Utah Health Department WIC Office

196 E Ctr St, Blanding, UT, 84511

Phone: 435-678-2723

Bountiful Woods Cross WIC Office

596 W 750 S, Bountiful, UT, 84010

Phone: 801-292-7803

Brigham Bear River Health Department WIC Office

817 Parker Ln, Brigham, UT, 84302

Phone: 435-734-0845

Castle Dale District Health Department WIC Office

25 W Main St, Castle Dale, UT, 84513

Phone: 435-381-2252

Cedar City Health Department WIC Office

260 2000 N, Cedar, UT, 84721

Phone: 435-586-2437

Central Utah Manti Public Health WIC Office

40 W 200 N St, Manti, UT, 84642

Phone: 435-835-2231

Clearfield Utah WIC Office

22 State St, Clearfield, UT, 84015

Phone: 801-525-5010

Coalville Summit County Public Health Department WIC Office

85 50 E, Coalville, UT, 84017

Phone: 435-336-3234

Delta Central Utah Public Health West Millard WIC Office

428 Topaz Boulevard, Delta, UT, 84624

Phone: 435-864-3612
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Eureka Health Department WIC Office

55 W Main St, Eureka, UT, 84628

Phone: 435-623-0696

Fillmore Central Utah Public Health WIC Office

40 N 400 W St, Fillmore, UT, 84631

Phone: 435-743-5723

Garden City Bear River Health Department WIC Office

115 S Bear Lk Boulevard, Garden City, UT, 84028

Phone: 435-946-3553

Green River Southeastern Utah District Health Department WIC Office

305 E Main St, Green River, UT, 84525

Phone: 435-564-3722

Juab County Health Department WIC Office

160 N Main St, Nephi, UT, 84648

Phone: 435-623-0696

Kamas Public Health Department WIC Office

110 N Main St, Kamas, UT, 84036

Phone: 435-783-3161

Kanab WIC Office

445 N Main St, Kanab, UT, 84741

Phone: 435-644-2537

Logan Bear River Health Department WIC Office

655 E 1300 N, Logan, UT, 84341

Phone: 435-792-6451

Monticello Health Department WIC Office

380 W 100 N, Monticello, UT, 84535

Phone: 435-678-2723

Mt Pleasant N Sanpete WIC Office

20 S 100 W, Mount Pleasant, UT, 84647

Phone: 435-462-2449
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North County WIC Office

599 S 500 E, American Fork, UT, 84003

Phone: 801-851-7320

Ogden WIC Office

455 23rd St, Ogden, UT, 84401

Phone: 801-399-7200

Panguitch Clinic WIC Office

601 E Ctr St, Panguitch, UT, 84759

Phone: 435-676-8800

Park City WIC Office

650 Round Valley Dr, Park, UT, 84060

Phone: 435-333-1500

Piute County Health Department WIC Office

555 N Main St, Junction, UT, 84740

Phone: 435-577-2521

Provo County WIC Office

151 S University Ave, Provo, UT, 84601

Phone: 801-851-7300

Randolph Health Department WIC Office

275 N Main St, Randolph, UT, 84064

Phone: 435-793-2445

Richfield Central Utah Public Health WIC Office

70 Wview Dr, Richfield, UT, 84701

Phone: 435-896-5451

Rose Park Health Department WIC Office

799 N Redwood Rd, Salt Lake, UT, 84116

Phone: 385-468-3660

Salt Lake City South Main Health Department WIC Office

3690 Main St, South Salt Lake, UT, 84115

Phone: 385-468-3990
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Salt Lake City WIC Office

610 S 200 E, Salt Lake, UT, 84111

Phone: 385-468-4245

San Juan County Public Health Department WIC Office

30 W Medical Dr, Oljato-Monument Valley, UT, 84536

Phone: 435-678-2723

Sandy South East Health Department WIC Office

9340 700 E, Sandy, UT, 84070

Phone: 385-468-4335

St George Clinic WIC Office

620 S 400 E, St. George, UT, 84770

Phone: 435-673-3528

Tooele County Wendover Health Department WIC Office

100 S 9th, Wendover, UT, 84083

Phone: 435-665-7004

Tooele WIC Office

151 N Main St, Tooele, UT, 84074

Phone: 435-843-2320

Tremonton Health Department WIC Office

440 W 600 N, Tremonton, UT, 84337

Phone: 435-257-3318

TriCounty Health Department WIC Office

133 S 500 E, Vernal, UT, 84078

Phone: 435-247-1179

TriCounty Roosevelt Clinic WIC Office

409 S 200 E, Roosevelt, UT, 84066

Phone: 435-722-6333

Utah County Payson WIC Office

910 E 100 N, Payson, UT, 84651

Phone: 801-851-7360
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About WICs

The Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) is a federal assistance program of the Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) of the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) for healthcare and nutrition of low-income pregnant women, breastfeeding women, and children under the age of five. 

The basic eligibility requirement is a family income below 185% of the federal poverty level. Most states allow automatic income eligibility, where a person or family participating in certain benefits programs, such as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, Medicaid, or Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, may automatically meet the income eligibility requirements. Currently, WIC serves 53% of all infants born in the US.

The food items provided by WIC are juice, milk, breakfast cereal, cheese, eggs, fruits and vegetables, whole wheat bread, whole grain items including brown rice and tortillas, fish (canned)(for Exclusively Breastfed Mothers), legumes (dry/canned), and peanut butter. The program also provides tofu, soy milk, and medical foods for children and women with various metabolic or other diseases. The food packages provide participant choice and variety. Foods such as tortillas, brown rice, soy-based beverage, canned salmon, and a wide choice of fruits and vegetables provide State agencies flexibility in prescribing culturally appropriate food packages.

Organic fruits, vegetables, legumes and grains are covered under WIC while organic milk, cheese, juice, peanut butter and eggs are not covered under the program. Some organic forms of WIC-eligible foods (e.g., milk, eggs, cheese) meet the nutritional requirements set forth in WIC regulations and are therefore authorized. However, WIC State agencies are responsible for determining the brands and types of foods to authorize on their State WIC food lists. Some State agencies may allow organic foods on their foods lists, but this will vary by State. The decision may be influenced by a number of factors such as cost, product distribution within a State, and WIC participant acceptance.