Call for WIC Services

Due to COVID-19, all WIC services will be completed by phone Monday through Friday, 9 a.m.–5 p.m.; benefits will be issued remotely. Offices are closed to the public for your safety. 


To Apply for the WIC Program, call 919-250-4720 or use this form.
​eWIC is here! eWIC is a simple, safe and convenient way to deliver food benefits to WIC clients using an electronic benefits card. Click to learn more.

What is WIC?

WIC, or the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children, is a nutrition program funded by the United States Department of Agriculture.

WIC is for:

  • Pregnant women
  • Breastfeeding women who have had a baby in the last 12 months
  • Women who have had a baby in the last 6 months
  • Infants
  • Children up to 5 years of age

WIC Offers:

  • Individualized nutrition counseling and group nutrition classes
  • Breastfeeding promotion and support
  • Referrals for health care and other services
  • Vouchers for healthy food, including:
    • Milk
    • Soy-based beverage
    • Cereal
    • Whole-grain Bread, Brown Rice, Whole-wheat and Soft-corn Tortillas
    • Fruits and Vegetables
    • Juice
    • Cheese
    • Tofu
    • Dried or Canned Beans, Peas and Lentils
    • Peanut Butter
    • Eggs
    • Chunk-light Tuna or Salmon (for breastfeeding women only)
    • Infant Formula
    • Infant Cereal
    • Infant Fruits and Vegetables
    • Infant Meats (for fully breastfed infants only)

WIC Office Locations
and Hours


111 James Jackson Ave., Suite 201

  • Monday–Friday
    8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.

  • Mon.–Thur.: 8 a.m.–7 p.m.
  • Friday: 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
  • Saturday: 8:30 a.m.–2 p.m.
Millbrook Human Services Center
  • Monday–Friday:
    8:30 a.m.– 5 p.m.
Eastern Regional Center
  • Monday, Wednesday, Thursday:
    8:30 a.m.–noon & 2–5 p.m.
Northern Regional Center
(NRC-Wake Forest)
  • Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday:
    8:30 a.m.–noon & 2–5 p.m.
Southern Regional Center
  • Monday and Thursday:
    8:30 a.m.–1 p.m. & 2–5 p.m.
  • Tuesday:
    8:30 a.m.–1 p.m. & 2–7 p.m.

WIC Program Staff determines which foods and amounts that a participant receives based on individual needs.

Some WIC items may require a prescription from your doctor (such as non-contract milk- or soy-based infant formulas, special formulas or products, whole milk, tofu, or soy-based beverage). Talk with a WIC Nutritionist for more information.

Program Eligibility:


You Must:

  • Have a health/nutrition risk factor based on:
    • Height and weight measurements
    • Blood test for low iron
    • Health history
    • Diet history
  • Meet WIC Income Guidelines based on:
    • A family income less than 185% of the U.S. Poverty Income Guidelines, or
    • Receive Medicaid, Work First Families Assistance (TANF), or assistance from the Food Assistance Program (once referred to as Food Stamps).

Am I Eligible?

All kinds of families qualify for WIC. You may or may not be working. You may be a student. You may be single or married. You may live with your parents.
Use this WIC Prescreening Tool to help determine if you may be eligible for WIC benefits.

Applicants must be seen at the WIC Office to determine eligibility.


To Apply for the WIC Program:

Call the WIC office to make an appointment:



What will I need?

You must be able to provide proof of identification, residence (where you live), and household income.

Examples of what you will need to bring include:

Identification (only one is needed):

  • Valid driver's license/DMV ID card
  • WIC wallet
  • Social Security card
  • Current work/school ID
  • Current Medicaid card
  • Current military ID
  • Birth certificate
  • Hospital crib card (for infants only)
  • Passport
  • Immunization record (for infants and children only)
  • Insurance card/policy
  • Bill or paycheck in your name (less than or equal to 60 days old)
  • Voter registration card

Residence (only one is needed):

  • Current Medicaid card
  • Valid driver's license/DMV ID card
  • Recent utility bill (less than or equal to 60 days old)
  • Bank statement
  • Correspondence from WIC, Division of Social Services, Grad School, or University (less than or equal to 60 days old)
  • Current rental or mortgage receipt

Income (only one is needed):

  • Recent paycheck stubs (less than or equal to 30 days old)
  • Letter from employer stating gross income and frequency of pay
  • W-2 Forms
  • Recent tax return (for the self-employed)
  • Copy of child support check
  • Foster child placement/award letter
  • Current Medicaid card
  • Work First eligibility letter
  • Food Assistance Program (Food Stamps) notice of eligibility or letter of certification
  • Unemployment letter/notice

What Happens at a WIC Visit?

  • You will be asked questions about your health and your diet.
  • Height, weight and a blood test for iron deficiency will be done unless you bring this information from another clinic or doctor's office (measures must be taken within 60 days of your WIC appointment).
    • Use this form to take to your doctor to document your or your child's height and weight measures or blood tests during your doctor's visit.
    • WIC Referral Form
  • A nutritionist will review the above information to see if you are eligible for WIC.
  • Any nutrition problems or questions you have will be discussed.
  • Your income information will be reviewed.
  • If eligible, you will be given "vouchers" to take to the store to get your food.

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