Columbus WIC Clinics In Ohio

Below is a list of Columbus WIC clinics in Ohio. The staff at these Ohio WIC offices can assist you with the Women, Infants and Children program including how to apply and determine if you are eligible. In order to start your application process, you will first need to call one of the Columbus WIC clinic locations listed below to setup an appointment. Make sure to ask what documents you need to bring to your meeting so they can quickly and easily determine if you can receive Ohio WIC benefits. Select a location below to find the WIC office phone number and office hours in the Columbus area. If you want to search for local clinics using a street address, then use the Find WIC Clinic Locations search form on the right side of this page.

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Clintonville WIC

4550 Indianola Avenue
Columbus, OH 43214View Details | View Map

Columbus WIC Clinic

280 East Broad Street
Columbus, OH 43215View Details | View Map

Columbus WIC Clinic

5131 Beacon Hill Road
Columbus, OH 43228View Details | View Map

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East Central Health Center WIC

1180 East Main Street 2nd Floor Room 226
Columbus, OH 43205View Details | View Map

Eastland WIC Program

3933 East Livingston Avenue
Columbus, OH 43227View Details | View Map

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Franklin County WIC Program

240 Parsons Avenue
Columbus, OH 43215View Details | View Map

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Georgesville WIC Clinic

1681 Holt Road
Columbus, OH 43228View Details | View Map

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Hamilton WIC Clinic

4434 Crossroads Center
Columbus, OH 43232View Details | View Map

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John Maloney WIC

1905 South Parsons Avenue
Columbus, OH 43207View Details | View Map

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Linden Primary Care WIC

1390 Cleveland Avenue
Columbus, OH 43211View Details | View Map

Livingston Ambulatory Center WIC

380 Butterfly Gardens Drive Suite 1A
Columbus, OH 43215View Details | View Map

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Nationwide Childrens Hospital WIC

700 Children's Drive
Columbus, OH 43205View Details | View Map

Northeast WIC Program Columbus

4337 Cleveland Avenue Suite #A
Columbus, OH 43231View Details | View Map

Northland Primary Care WIC

4560 Morse Centre Road
Columbus, OH 43229View Details | View Map

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Ohio Bureau Of Nutrition Svcs WIC

246 North High Street
Columbus, OH 43215View Details | View Map

Ohio Department Of Hiealth WIC Warehouse

900 Freeway Drive North
Columbus, OH 43229View Details | View Map

Olentangy Primary Care WIC

1275 Olentangy River Road Suite 130
Columbus, OH 43212View Details | View Map

Outerbelt East WIC Clinic

79 Outerbelt Street
Columbus, OH 43213View Details | View Map

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St Stephens Health Center WIC

1500 East 17th Avenue Suite 124
Columbus, OH 43219View Details | View Map

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Westside Health Center WIC

2300 West Broad Street 2nd Floor
Columbus, OH 43204View Details | View Map

Westside Primary Care WIC

441 Industrial Mile Road
Columbus, OH 43228View Details | View Map

Whitehall Primary Care WIC

561 South Yearling Road
Columbus, OH 43213View Details | View Map

Do I need an appointment to apply at the Columbus WIC office?

Generally, the WIC office in Columbus Ohio does not accept walk-ins. This means you need to schedule an appointment if you want to apply for the state’s Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program. To schedule your WIC appointment, you need to contact your nearest clinic. The easiest way to do this is by calling the agency. You can find a WIC office near you and the facility’s phone number on this website.

How do I apply to enroll in the WIC Columbus program?

Once you schedule your appointment, you may wonder how to apply for WIC in Columbus Ohio. This process is straightforward and easy to complete. Make sure your dependents can go to your interview with you. Then, gather the following types of documents to bring with you when you apply for WIC benefits:

  • Identification. When you report to your WIC office, make sure you bring an ID for you and each of your children. These documents need to include your birth date. If possible, they should also be photo IDs.
  • Proof of income. One of the WIC requirements to enroll in this program is that your family is low-income. To show you meet this requirement, bring documents that verify your earnings. If you receive public benefits, bring documents that show you are enrolled in these services.
  • Verification of residency. You need to live in Ohio to qualify for WIC in the state. Bring proof that you rent or own your own home in the Columbus area.

If applicable, you should also bring proof that you are pregnant and your WIC Nutrition Card (WNC) to the office with you. If you have additional questions about which documents you should bring, contact your WIC office and speak with a representative.

Can I use my benefits at the WIC farmers market in Columbus Ohio?

You can use the monetary benefits you receive from the Columbus WIC office to buy groceries at local farmers’ markets. The initiative that allows you to make these purchases is called the WIC Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program (FMNP). Through this program, you can visit a WIC farmers market in Columbus Ohio and purchase fresh, healthy foods for your family. You can use your funds to buy:

  • Herbs.
  • Fruits.
  • Vegetables.

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