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Bois Forte Health Services WIC Office

13071 Nett Lk Rd, Orr, MN, 55771

Phone: 218-757-3295

Crow Wing County Health Services WIC Office

204 Laurel St, Brainerd, MN, 56401

Phone: 218-824-1073

Itasca County Public Health WIC Office

1209 SE 2nd Ave, Grand Rapids, MN, 55744

Phone: 218-327-6705

Kandiyohi County Public Health WIC Office

2200 23rd St NE, Willmar, MN, 56201

Phone: 320-231-7066

Meeker County Public Health Nursing Service WIC Office

114 N Holcombe Ave, Litchfield, MN, 55355

Phone: 320-693-5370

Morrison County Public Health Nursing Service WIC Office

200 Broadway E, Little Falls, MN, 56345

Phone: 320-632-6664

Nobles County Community Services WIC Office

318 9th St, Worthington, MN, 56187

Phone: 507-295-5360

Redwood County Public Health Nursing Service WIC Office

266 E Brg St, Redwood Falls, MN, 56283

Phone: 507-637-4041

Renville County Public Health Services WIC Office

105 5th St, Olivia, MN, 56277

Phone: 320-523-3762

Windom Cottonwood-Jackson Community Health Services WIC Office

235 9th St, Windom, MN, 56101

Phone: 800-247-1401
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Oklahoma

Mayes County Health Department WIC Office

111 NE 1st St, Pryor, OK, 74361

Phone: 918-825-4224
Kansas

Coffey County Courthouse Health Department WIC Office

Neosho St, Burlington, KS, 66839

Phone: 620-364-8631

Coffeyville Walter Johnson Park WIC Office

508 Park St, Coffeyville, KS, 67337

Phone: 620-429-3338

Independence Church of Brethren Fellowship Hall WIC Office

920 W Myrtle St, Independence, KS, 67301

Phone: 620-331-2068

Independence WIC Office

2615 W Main St, Independence, KS, 67301

Phone: 816-404-6460

Mayetta Prairie Band Health Center WIC Office

11400 158th Rd, Mayetta, KS, 66509

Phone: 785-364-2670

Nemaha County Community Health WIC Office

1004 Main St, Sabetha, KS, 66534

Phone: 785-284-2152

Northeast Kansas Multi-county Board Of Health WIC Office

907 S 2nd St, Hiawatha, KS, 66434

Phone: 785-742-2505

Osage County Health Department WIC Office

103 E 9th St, Lyndon, KS, 66451

Phone: 785-828-3117

Shawnee County Health Department WIC Office

2600 SW E Cir Dr S, Topeka, KS, 66606

Phone: 785-251-5607

St Marys United Methodist Church WIC Office

N 7th St, St. Marys, KS, 66536

Phone: 785-776-4779
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Wilson County Health Department WIC Office

421 N 7th St, Fredonia, KS, 66736

Phone: 620-378-4456

Woodson County Health Department WIC Office

120 W Rutledge St, Yates Center, KS, 66783

Phone: 620-625-2484
Iowa

Cherokee County Mid-Sioux Opportunity WIC Office

921 S 2nd St, Cherokee, IA, 51012

Phone: 712-225-3322

Cherokee County WIC Office

530 W Blf St, Cherokee, IA, 51012

Phone: 712-225-2715

Harrison County West Central Community Action WIC Office

305 E 7th St, Logan, IA, 51546

Phone: 712-644-3388

Ida County Ida Grove WIC Office

312 Main St, Ida Grove, IA, 51445

Phone: 712-539-0869

Ida County Mid-Sioux Opportunity WIC Office

703 Iowa 175, Ida Grove, IA, 51445

Phone: 712-364-2175

Mills County Glenwood Public Health Nursing Service WIC Office

212 Independence St, Glenwood, IA, 51534

Phone: 712-527-9699
Nebraska

Douglas County Health Department WIC Office

1111 S 41st St, Omaha, NE, 68105

Phone: 402-444-1770

Omaha Charles Drew Health Center WIC Office

2915 Grant St, Omaha, NE, 68111

Phone: 402-451-3553
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Omaha Fred LeRoy Health and Wellness Center WIC Office

2602 J St, Omaha, NE, 68107

Phone: 402-733-3612

Tecumseh Family Health Service WIC Office

509 Broadway St, Tecumseh, NE, 68450

Phone: 402-335-2988
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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.