WIC (Women, Infants and Children)
What is WIC?
WIC is a supplemental food program for income eligible pregnant and breastfeeding women and children birth to 5 years. A dietitian and/or public health nurse staffs all WIC clinics and is available to provide information in the areas of nutrition and health and can serve as a referral for other programs available to you.Breastfeeding Support:
McLeod County WIC is proud to offer a Peer Breastfeeding Program. WIC participants who are pregnant or breastfeeding are able to connect with our Peer Counselors who have had experience breastfeeding their own children and have also received special breastfeeding training to be able to support and encourage you 24/7 through phone calls and/or text messages.WIC Benefits
Coming in April 2019, WIC will provide food through an EBT card. WIC foods are selected for a person on WIC to help meet the dietary guidelines for Americans. You will receive an EBT card to buy foods such as milk, 100% juice, peanut butter, beans, fruits and vegetables, whole grain products, and baby food fruits/vegetables. Participants redeem these benefits at WIC eligible grocery stores.
How Do I Apply for WIC?
Using your WIC Card
My MN WIC APP
WIC Shopping Guide
EWIC Shopping Tips
Am I eligible for WIC?
Please call McLeod County Public Health at 320-864-3185
to schedule an appointment at one of our locations.Locations:
McLeod County Public Health
1805 Ford Ave, Suite 200
Solid Waste Management Facility
1065 5th Ave SE
*Please note that we are no longer staffed daily and request that you call to schedule an appointment.
Call 320-864-3185 or contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.