Enroll in the Women, Infants & Children Program

Apply for the Women, Infants & Children (WIC) Program


To apply call the WIC office at 910-277-2440 to make an appointment. Walk-in services are available most days.

What to Bring


You must be able to provide proof of identification, residence (where you live), and household income.

Identification Examples


Only one of the following is needed.
  • Bill or Paycheck in Your Name (Less Than or Equal to 60 Days Old)
  • Birth Certificate
  • Current Medicaid Card
  • Current Military Id
  • Current Work/School Id
  • Hospital Crib Card (for Infants Only)
  • Immunization Record (for Infants and Children Only)
  • Insurance Card/Policy
  • Passport
  • Social Security Card
  • Valid Driver's License/DMV ID Card
  • Voter Registration Card
  • WIC Wallet

Residence Examples


Only one of the following is needed.
  • Bank Statement
  • Correspondence From WIC, Division of Social Services, Grad School, or University (Less Than or Equal to 60 Days Old)
  • Current Medicaid card
  • Current Rental or Mortgage Receipt
  • Recent Utility Bill (Less Than or Equal to 60 Days Old)
  • Valid Driver's License/DMV ID Card

Income


Only one of the following is needed.
  • Copy of Child Support Check
  • Current Medicaid Card
  • Food Assistance Program (Food Stamps) Notice of Eligibility or Letter of Certification
  • Foster Child Placement/Award Letter
  • Letter From Employer Stating Gross Income and Frequency of Pay
  • Recent Paycheck Stubs (Less Than or Equal to 30 Days Old)
  • Recent Tax Return (for the Self-Employed)
  • Unemployment Letter/Notice
  • W-2 Forms
  • Work First Eligibility Letter

What Happens at a WIC Visit


  • You will be asked questions about your health and your diet.
  • Height, weight and a blood test for iron deficiency will be done unless you bring this information from another clinic or doctor's office (measures must be taken within 60 days of your WIC appointment).
  • A nutritionist will review the above information to see if you are eligible for WIC.
  • Any nutrition problems or questions you have will be discussed.
  • Your income information will be reviewed.
  • If eligible, you will be given "vouchers" to take to the store to get your food.
  • If you need a prescription for yourself or your child, use this form to take to your doctor.
  • WIC Program Prescription Form (PDF)