Erie WIC Clinics In Pennsylvania

Below is a list of Erie WIC clinics in Pennsylvania. The staff at these Pennsylvania 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 Erie 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 Pennsylvania WIC benefits. Select a location below to find the WIC office phone number and office hours in the Erie 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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UNHFCC Erie County WIC Program

2021 E 20th Street
Erie, PA 16510View Details | View Map

UPMC Health Connection WIC

118 East 2nd Street
Erie, PA 16507View Details | View Map

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

If you want to enroll in Women, Infants and Children (WIC), you need to go to a WIC office in Erie Pennsylvania. This is because program officials need to assess you and your children’s medical conditions to determine if you qualify. Generally, you must have an appointment to apply for WIC at any of the city’s facilities. Depending on the WIC office you choose to apply through, you may be able to begin your application online. However, you and your children will need to go to an agency and interview with a representative before your eligibility can be assessed.

How old do I need to be to enroll in the Erie WIC program?

Applicants of all different ages can enroll in the WIC program in Erie Pennsylvania. However, there are certain limits regarding how old children can be and still qualify for WIC. In fact, only children who are younger than five years of age can enroll in the program. Parent applicants, on the other hand, can be any age and receive benefits through the WIC office. However, these primary petitioners need to:

  • Be pregnant.
  • Have had a baby within the past six months.
  • Be breastfeeding a baby who is younger than one year of age.

What benefits can I receive through the Erie County WIC program?

After you enroll in WIC in Erie Pennsylvania, you can begin collecting benefits. The services you can receive through your WIC office are diverse. Some of the benefits you can qualify to receive include:

  • Monetary WIC benefits you can use to purchase groceries.
  • Information and support regarding breastfeeding.
  • Referrals to doctors and social service programs.
  • Nutritional information for you and your family.

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