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Mobile WIC Clinics In Alabama

Below is a list of Mobile WIC clinics in Alabama. The staff at these Alabama 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 Mobile 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 Alabama WIC benefits. Select a location below to find the WIC office phone number and office hours in the Mobile 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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Citronelle Health Center WIC

19255 N. Mobile Street
Mobile, AL 36522View Details | View Map

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Dauphin Island Parkway Health Center WIC Clinic

2601 Dauphin Island Pkwy.
Mobile, AL 36605View Details | View Map

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Mobile Newburn WIC Clinic

248 Cox Street
Mobile, AL 36604View Details | View Map

Mobile Social Services WIC Clinic

251 N. Bayou Street
Mobile, AL 36603View Details | View Map

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Who can apply for benefits at the Mobile WIC office?

The Mobile WIC office is where applicants must go to apply for Women, Infants and Children (WIC) services. Before families locate their nearest WIC clinic, they should make sure they qualify to enroll in this program. Generally, one of the first criteria applicants need to meet is the categorical eligibility requirement. For children, this means that they must be younger than five years of age. For other applicants, they must be postpartum, breastfeeding or pregnant. If household members do not qualify through one of these categories, they cannot receive WIC benefits.

How does the Mobile WIC office determine who can receive benefits?

The representative at the WIC office in Mobile who interviews you will determine if you qualify to receive benefits. In addition to the categorical requirements, case workers decide if you meet WIC eligibility requirements by reviewing:

  • Where you live. You must reside in Alabama in order to enroll in the state’s WIC program.
  • Your family’s income. There are specific WIC income guidelines you must meet to enroll in this program. Your household earnings must be at or less than 185 percent of the federal poverty level (FPL) to qualify.
  • If you demonstrate medical need. Representatives at your WIC office will assess if you or your children have nutritional or medical need. This means that your diet puts you at risk of developing health complications or your medical history raises concern.

How do I schedule an appointment at my nearest Mobile WIC clinic?

When you are ready to submit your application for WIC in Mobile AL, contact your local program agency. Generally, you should call the WIC office and schedule a time when you can report to the facility and apply. When it is your time to go to the clinic and apply for WIC, make sure your children come with you. Case workers who determine your eligibility need to see all family members who are applying in your household. Also, be sure to bring documents relating to:

  • How much income your family earns.
  • Your identification.
  • Where you live in Alabama.

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