Please contact the Oneida County WIC office to determine eligibility to have a WIC appointment. Final eligibility for WIC will be determined at the appointment.
Call or email Julie at 715-369-6109; email@example.com
Call or email Brenda at 715-369-6186; firstname.lastname@example.org
Please bring the following to your next appointment:
Proof of identification for person being enrolled, for example:
- WIC ID
- Birth certificate, hospital record, or crib card
- Photo ID (school ID, county ID, drivers license, passport, military ID)
Proof of identification for parent, guardian, or proxy:
- Same as above
Proof of current entire household income, for example:
- Current pay or unemployment check stub
- Current Notice of Decision Letter (Food Share or Medicaid)
- Forward Card
- Child support check stub
- Access account at http://www.myaccountchase.com
- Child Support Online Access
Proof of residence, for example:
- Current bill
- Rent receipt or lease with address included
- Any document with your name and current address
Child/children’s immunization records
Proof of pregnancy
If you will need language or sign language interpreter or other accommodation for disability, please let WIC staff know in advance.
At the end of your appointment:
If you qualify, you will be given WIC checks, for nutritious foods. You will be given a list of grocery stores where you can exchange your WIC checks for WIC-approved foods.
- Pregnant women can receive WIC through their entire pregnancy.
- Infants can receive WIC through their first year. (Then they may be re-enrolled as children.)
- Breastfeeding women are enrolled for six months at a time. (A breastfeeding woman’s eligibility end on her baby’s first birthday.)
- Women who are not breastfeeding can receive WIC for 6 months after delivery.
- Children can receive WIC throughout their six month certification period. After that, they can be re-enrolled ever six months until the age of five if they continue to meet all the eligibility requirements.