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Milwaukee WIC Clinics In Wisconsin

Below is a list of Milwaukee WIC clinics in Wisconsin. The staff at these Wisconsin 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 Milwaukee 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 Wisconsin WIC benefits. Select a location below to find the WIC office phone number and office hours in the Milwaukee 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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Aurora Health Care WIC

1218 West Kilbourn Ave Suite 207
Milwaukee, WI 53233View Details | View Map

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Keenan WIC Project

3200 N 36th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53210View Details | View Map

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Milwaukee WIC Clinic

5825 West Capitol Drive
Milwaukee, WI 53216View Details | View Map

Mlk Heritage Health Center WIC

2555 North Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive
Milwaukee, WI 53212View Details | View Map

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Seeds Of Health WIC

1445 South 32nd Street
Milwaukee, WI 53215View Details | View Map

Sixteenth Street Community Health Center WIC

1337 South Cesar Chavez Drive
Milwaukee, WI 53204View Details | View Map

South Side Health Center WIC

1639 S. 23rd Street 1st Floor
Milwaukee, WI 53204View Details | View Map

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Wee Care Day Care WIC

3882 North Teutonia Ave
Milwaukee, WI 53206View Details | View Map

Wee Care WIC

4630 W. North Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53208View Details | View Map

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

At the WIC office in Milwaukee Wisconsin, you can apply for Women, Infants and Children (WIC) benefits. However, you need to schedule an appointment with agency representatives. Currently, there is no way for you to submit your WIC application online, by phone or by mail. You need to go to an office and speak with an agency worker in person. He or she will be able to assess whether you qualify to receive WIC benefits through the facility.

Generally, you need to arrange a WIC appointment so you know when to go to the office and apply. To arrange your certification appointment, contact your Milwaukee WIC office. Depending on the facility, you may be able to make your appointment by phone or in person. Check with your specific clinic to learn what protocol you should follow.

What are the requirements to enroll in the WIC Milwaukee program?

Not everyone qualifies to receive benefits through the WIC program in Milwaukee Wisconsin. In order to be accepted into the program, you need to meet the following guidelines:

  • Nutritional. In order to receive WIC services, you must have a medical need or nutritional deficiency. Generally, this means you have a history of pregnancy complications or anemia. You could also meet this requirement if you maintain an unbalanced diet.
  • Residency. To apply for benefits at a Wisconsin WIC office, you need to be a state resident. You can only receive WIC through the state you currently reside in.
  • Income. WIC is only available for low-earning families. In order to qualify, your household needs to have total earnings that are within 185 percent of the federal poverty level (FPL). If you receive certain public benefits, you automatically qualify.
  • Categorical. If you have a child, he or she could qualify for WIC if he or she is younger than five years of age. If you are the main program applicant, you could qualify if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. You could also qualify if you recently gave birth.

What should I submit to apply at the WIC office in Milwaukee?

You need to go to one of the city’s WIC Milwaukee locations to apply for benefits. Before you arrive onsite for your appointment, make sure you bring specific documents with you. These include:

  • Identification for you and your children.
  • Proof of how much income your household earns.
  • Documents that confirm you live in Wisconsin.

Your WIC office may have additional requirements regarding which documents you need to bring. Speak with a program official before you arrive to ensure you have everything you need to prove your eligibility.

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