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Health and Nutrition Assistance for Women, Infants and Children (WIC Program)

Family Health Centers’ WIC program is a Federally-funded supplemental health and nutrition program specifically for women, infants and children. You and your family might be eligible to receive government help with paying for healthy foods, learning the basics of good nutrition and other vital services.

Family Health Centers' WIC program
The WIC program helps women, infants and children

How WIC can Help You

If you qualify, the WIC program could provide:

  • Funds to purchase healthy foods, such as milk, eggs and bread, from approved vendors.
  • Information about nutrition and health to help you and your family eat healthy.
  • Assistance with finding health care and other community services.
  • Support and information about breastfeeding your baby.

Our WIC Locations

Who is Eligible?

  • Women who are pregnant, breastfeeding or postpartum women.
  • Children who are under five years old (including foster children).
  • Families with low to medium income (working families may qualify).
  • Parents or guardians who are the sole provider of children under the age of five who are at nutritional risk and who are at or below 185 percent of the Federal poverty level.
The WIC Program provides health and nutrition assistance.

How to Apply

Applying for the New York State WIC program is simple and easy.

You can apply at your nearest Family Health Centers’ WIC office. To see locations and hours, please click the button below.

Get help from the WIC program

What You Need to Bring to Your Appointment

When you arrive, one of our representatives will verify your documentation and ask a few brief questions to verify your eligibility. Your child must be present at your first WIC program appointment.

Please bring the following documents:

  • A completed New York State Department of Health Medical Referral Form from your health care provider, including proof of pregnancy and/or blood test results.
  • Proof of identity for each person applying for the WIC program.
  • Proof of residence (an actual street address, not a post office box).
  • Proof of income for each member of your household who is working (documentation must be for the last 30 days).
  • Proof of participation in Medicaid, SNAP/Food Stamps or Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF).
The WIC program provide nutrition food to underserved individuals

Request an Appointment Today!

You and your family might be eligible to receive help with buying healthy food and receive other types of nutritional and educational assistance from the WIC program. To learn more, request an appointment today.