Find WIC information from county and local government authorities
Child, Youth, and Family Services Offices provide programs and services that assist children and families, including protective services, emergency assistance, and income support programs. They may also offer children's welfare services, including nutritional assistance in some areas. Food assistance may include monthly benefits, access to food banks, and other nutrition assistance resources and educational materials. Child, Youth, and Family Services Offices provide information on applying for their services, which may involve meeting income eligibility requirements, as well as receiving assistance. Child, Youth, and Family Services Offices list their resources and services on their websites.
WIC Offices are local branches of the federal Women, Infants, and Children nutritional program. WIC Offices process applications for nutritional assistance, provide nutritional education, and administer food services to eligible individuals and families. Pregnant and recently pregnant women, infants, and young children can receive benefits if they meet income eligibility requirements and are at nutrition risk. Eligible participants receive nutrition education resources, and WIC Offices can accept and process applications. A WIC Office also administers monthly food benefits, determines eligibility for nutrition assistance, and conducts assessments for nutrition risk. WIC Offices provide resources and services through their websites.