|Did You Know:
Nutrition and Health Education:
WIC participants receive nutrition and health education tailored to their needs. Participants may take part in one-on-one counseling or participate in small classes.
How does it work?
List of Locations:
|Click Here to access the monthly WIC Clinic Calendar for the following locations: Ashland, Blair, Creighton, Wahoo, Neligh, Tekamah, Hartington, West Point, Wisner, Wakefield, Creighton, Madison, Pender, Wayne, Oakland and Plainview.
To make an appointment for any of these clinics (except Ashland or Wahoo) call 1-877-529-2207 (toll free) or (402) 385-6300 between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:30 pm, Monday thru Friday.
We also have clinics in Fremont, Norfolk and South Sioux City.
To make an appointment in Fremont, Ashland or Wahoo please call (402) 727-0608, Monday through Thursday 8-5:00 and Friday 8-4:30.
To make an appointment in Norfolk please call (402) 844-4422, Monday through Thursday 8-5:00 and Friday 8-4:30.
To make an appointment in South Sioux City please call (402) 494-1429, Monday through Friday between 8-4:30 pm.
|Eligibility & Application:
Those persons qualifying for participation in the Nebraska WIC Program must meet the following criteria established by the Department of Health and USDA:
- Have an income which meets income guidelines of the program . You are automatically income eligible for WIC if you currently receive ADC, SNAP, CHIP or Medicaid.
- Be a resident of the State of Nebraska.
- Be determined by a qualified nutritionist and/or nurse, through a health & diet assessment, to be at a nutritional risk. Risk factors include anemia, high risk pregnancy, abnormal growth or poor dietary intakes. Infants and breastfeeding mothers are certified for one year after baby is born, pregnant women are certified for the duration of their pregnancy.
Resources:Click Here to access the WIC website for even more information. In accordance with federal law and U. S. Department of Agricultural policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability. To file a complaint of discrimination, write to the USDA, Director, Office of Adjudication and Compliance, 1400 Independence Ave S.W., Washington, DC, 20250-9410, or call (866) 632-9992 (voice) or (202) 260-1026 (local). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.