WIC Program - Apply

WIC serves babies and children up to age 5, pregnant women, and new mothers. Foster parents or dads with young children, grandparents parenting again and working families are all welcome at WIC!

WIC is a health and nutrition program for growing families. Choosing healthy foods while you're pregnant, learning how to breastfeed and taking care of you and your family's nutrition is a big job. WIC is here to support you. We help families by providing nutrition education, breastfeeding support, healthy foods, and referrals to healthcare and other community services.

Find out if you qualify 

Income qualifications can be confusing. Some people don't think they qualify for WIC when they do. To find out if you qualify, please call us.

You can learn more about WIC income guidelines here.

We will also need:

  • Home Address
  • Name and birthdate of all who live in the house how are:
    • Pregnant
    • New Mother
    • Children under age 5

Make an appointment 

If you qualify, we will make an appointment with you.

No English? An interpreter can be provided.

On the day of your appointment 

Everyone who will be using WIC must come with you to the appointment. (You, and all children who will be enrolled).

Bring with you:

  • Identification for all who will be using WIC
  • Proof of address
  • Proof of income

(See the web page General Information about What to Expect for a list of proof we will accept.)

Come to:

Olmsted County
WIC Program
2100 Campus Drive SE
Suite 100
Rochester, MN 55904

Find out if you qualify 

Income qualifications can be confusing. Some people don't think they qualify for WIC when they do. To find out if you qualify, please call us.

You can learn more about WIC income guidelines here.

We will also need:

  • Home Address
  • Name and birthdate of all who live in the house how are:
    • Pregnant
    • New Mother
    • Children under age 5

Come To 

Olmsted County
WIC Program
2100 Campus Drive SE
Suite 100
Rochester, MN 55904

7:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Monday- Thursday

No English? An interpreter can be provided.

Note: Sometimes the WIC clinic is closed. (holidays, staff in-services, conferences, etc.) Please call the office and make sure we are open before you come.

Bring with you 

Everyone who will be using WIC must come with you to the appointment. (You, and all children who will be enrolled).

Bring with you:

  • Identification for all who will be using WIC
  • Proof of address
  • Proof of income

(See the web page General Information about What to Expect for a list of proof we will accept.)

Find out if you qulalify 

Income qualifications can be confusing. Some people don't think they qualify for WIC when they do. To find out if you qualify, please call us.

You can learn more about WIC income guidelines here.

We will also need:

  • Home Address
  • Name and birthdate of all who live in the house how are:
    • Pregnant
    • New Mother
    • Children under age 5

Make an appointment 

If you qualify, we will make an appointment with you. Use our WIC Facebook Page to message us.

No English? An interpreter can be provided.

On the day of your appointment 

Everyone who will be using WIC must come with you to the appointment. (You, and all children who will be enrolled).

Bring with you:

  • Identification for all who will be using WIC
  • Proof of address
  • Proof of income

(See the web page General Information about What to Expect for a list of proof we will accept.)

Come to:

Olmsted County
WIC Program
2100 Campus Drive SE
Suite 100
Rochester, MN 55904

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