WIC Application Instructions
To apply for Ohio WIC benefits, you will have to fix an appointment with your local WIC clinic. You can call WIC office and fix an appointment or visit in person to get a date for appointment. Ohio WIC has clinics in all the 88 counties. To find contact information for your local WIC clinic, please use this link. Enter your street address, city, and ZIP code to find nearest office using the link.
Alternatively, you can use this link to find contact information for all the WIC clinics in Ohio.
When you are going for your appointment, make sure that you are taking all the necessary documents with you. You will have to take proof of identity, proof of residence, and proof of your income to provide it during eligibility screening process at the interview.
Ohio WIC is only available to:
- Women (pregnant, postpartum, breastfeeding)
- Infants under the age of 1 year
- Children under the age of 5 years
The applicants will have to:
- Be residents of Ohio
- Meet income guidelines
- Be on a nutrition risk as determined by a health professional
Income Eligibility for Ohio WIC
Applicants will have to meet income eligibility in order to receive benefits through Ohio WIC. The following table provides annual income limits according to the size of household.
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