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Wichita WIC Clinics In Kansas

Below is a list of Wichita WIC clinics in Kansas. The staff at these Kansas 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 Wichita 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 Kansas WIC benefits. Select a location below to find the WIC office phone number and office hours in the Wichita 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.

Sedgwick County Colvin Health Station WIC

2820 S Roosevelt Street
Wichita, KS 67210View Details | View Map

Sedgwick County Main Health WIC

1900 E 9th Street N
Wichita, KS 67214View Details | View Map

Sedgwick County Stanley Health Station WIC

1749 S Martinson Street
Wichita, KS 67213View Details | View Map

Do I need an appointment to apply at a Wichita WIC office?

Usually, a WIC office in Wichita Kansas will require you to schedule an appointment before you apply there. This helps to ensure that everyone who goes to an office to apply for Women, Infants and Children (WIC) benefits can speak with a program representative. Generally, you can schedule your WIC appointment by calling the facility and arranging your interview by phone. In some cases, you may even be able to go to the WIC clinic and schedule your appointment in person. Confirm which procedure you should use by contacting your WIC office and asking which method is acceptable.

Do I qualify to receive benefits from the WIC in Wichita Kansas?

In order to enroll in the Wichita WIC program, you need to meet several requirements. These eligibility requirements include:

  • Qualifying as low-income, which means your household earns within 185 percent of the federal poverty level (FPL).
  • Living in Kansas and being able to prove that you reside in the state.
  • Having a medical need, such as poor nutrition, a history of pregnancy complications or anemia.
  • Meeting the program’s categorical eligibility requirements, which means you are pregnant, breastfeeding or postpartum.

If you have a child, he or she could be eligible to receive benefits from your WIC office. However, remember that children need to be younger than five years of age in order to qualify.

What benefits can I receive through the WIC Wichita program?

The WIC program in Wichita Kansas offers an array of benefits to enrollees. Families who successfully apply for services may be able to receive:

  • Monetary benefits.
  • Nutrition classes.
  • Breastfeeding support.
  • Medical referrals.

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