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Henry County Health Department Wic Clinic - Abbeville

Abbeville AL 36310 | (334) 585-2660

Women, Infants and Children (WIC) is a supplemental nutrition program for pregnant women, breastfeeding women, women who had a baby within the last six months, infants, and children under the age of five. One must meet income requirements and have a nutritional risk that proper nutrition could help to improve. To see if you may qualify, you must: meet income guidelines; be a resident of Alabama; and be seen by a health professional at the WIC clinic. If you think you may qualify, please call your county health department to make an appointment. At the WIC appointment, you will need to bring all three of the following: Proof of residency (a document with your street address on it, such as a lease or bill); Proof of identity (a driver's license, birth certificate); Proof of income (pay stubs) or proof of enrollment in a state program (automatic income eligibility if currently enrolled in TANF, Food Stamps, or Medicaid) At the appointment, once the above is documented, you will be evaluated for nutritional risk. Nutritional risk is one of the main qualifying factors in determining benefit eligibility for pregnant, postpartum, or breastfeeding women, and infants and children under five.

Tallapoosa County Health Department Wic Clinic - Alexander City

Alexander City AL 35010 | (256) 329-0531

The Tallapoosa County Health Department offers the Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Program as a smart idea for better health at both the Alexander City and Dadeville locations. WIC is a special supplemental nutrition program for women, infants, and children. It also provides nutrition information on healthy foods for you and your family. Families who qualify for Medicaid, food stamps, and Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF), already income-qualify for WIC. If you are pregnant, breastfeeding, had a baby within the last six months, or have children less than five years old, contact the Tallapoosa County Health Department to find out if you qualify for the WIC program. To be eligible for WIC, you must: meet income guidelines; be a resident of Alabama; have a nutrition need, which will be determined by a health professional at the WIC clinic

Covington County Health Department - Andalusia Wic Clinic

Andalusia AL 36420 | (334) 222-1175

Women, Infants and Children (WIC) is a supplemental nutrition program for pregnant women, breastfeeding women, women who had a baby within the last six months, infants, and children under the age of five. One must meet income requirements and have a nutritional risk that proper nutrition could help to improve. To see if you may qualify, you must: meet income guidelines; be a resident of Alabama; and be seen by a health professional at the WIC clinic. If you think you may qualify, please call your county health department to make an appointment. At the WIC appointment, you will need to bring all three of the following: Proof of residency (a document with your street address on it, such as a lease or bill); Proof of identity (a driver's license, birth certificate); Proof of income (pay stubs) or proof of enrollment in a state program (automatic income eligibility if currently enrolled in TANF, Food Stamps, or Medicaid). At the appointment, once the above is documented, you will be evaluated for nutritional risk. Nutritional risk is one of the main qualifying factors in determining benefit eligibility for pregnant, postpartum, or breastfeeding women, and infants and children under five.

St. Clair County Health Department - Ashville Wic Clinic

Ashville AL 35953 | (205) 594-4919

The St. Clair County Health Department offers the Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Program as a smart idea for better health! WIC is a special supplemental nutrition program for women, infants, and children. To be eligible, you must be one of the following: a pregnant woman; a breastfeeding woman; a woman who just had a baby; an infant or child under five years old. WIC provides nutrition information on healthy foods for you and your family. You will have the opportunity to talk with a registered dietitian regarding your family’s nutritional needs. Pregnant women and children ages one to five years old may receive milk, eggs, cheese, juice, cereal, dried beans and peas, or peanut butter. Fresh fruits and vegetables have also been added. Breastfed infants receive a variety of baby foods, including infant cereal, fruits, vegetables, and meats when age appropriate. Breastfeeding mothers may receive breast pumps as well. Non-breastfed infants receive infant formula, plus infant cereal, fruit, and vegetables at the appropriate ages. Families who qualify for Medicaid, Food Stamps, and Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF), already income-qualify for WIC. To be eligible for WIC you must: meet income guidelines; be a resident of Alabama; have a nutrition need, which will be determined by a health professional at the WIC clinic.

Limestone County Health Department - Athens Wic Clinic

Athens AL 35611 | (256) 232-3200

Women, Infants and Children (WIC) is a supplemental nutrition program for pregnant women, breastfeeding women, women who had a baby within the last six months, infants, and children under the age of five. One must meet income requirements and have a nutritional risk that proper nutrition could help to improve. To see if you may qualify, you must: meet income guidelines; be a resident of Alabama; and be seen by a health professional at the WIC clinic. If you think you may qualify, please call your county health department to make an appointment. At the WIC appointment, you will need to bring all three of the following: Proof of residency (a document with your street address on it, such as a lease or bill); Proof of identity (a driver's license, birth certificate); Proof of income (pay stubs) or proof of enrollment in a state program (automatic income eligibility if currently enrolled in TANF, Food Stamps, or Medicaid). At the appointment, once the above is documented, you will be evaluated for nutritional risk. Nutritional risk is one of the main qualifying factors in determining benefit eligibility for pregnant, postpartum, or breastfeeding women, and infants and children under five.

WIC Resources

  • WIC Breast Feeding Support
    Breastfeeding is essential in infant development and is recommended by the Women, Infant, and Child Program to be the best way of feeding babies.
  • WIC Eligibility Criteria
    To qualify for WIC benefits, applicants must meet Categorical, Residential, Income and Nutritional Risk Requirements.