Women, Infants & Children (WIC)

In an effort to provide the best possible care to our clients and staff, we are only providing virtual appointments until further notice. 

You can reach WIC staff by emailing [email protected] or by calling 734-544-6800.

  • Clients who are already enrolled in WIC will have their benefits automatically renewed. See the expanded WIC food choices list: www.michigan.gov/wic

  • Please also see this important COVID-19 information for WIC families.

  • The WIC Food Guide was updated effective March 1, 2021. See the English version here.

  • From May 1, 2021 through August 31, 2021, WIC clients will receive an increase in the cash value benefits for fruit and vegetable purchases to up to $35 per month for all children and women participants. This temporary increase is based on President Biden’s signing of the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA).

WIC participants can call 734-544-6800 for a Project FRESH appointment to get more benefits to buy fresh fruits and vegetables at local farmer’s markets! Each eligible participant will receive $25 cash value to spend at local farmer's markets. This program will be offered on a first come, first serve basis. Live webinars are available on what Project FRESH is, and how to use these coupons at the farmer's market: 

WIC provides healthy foods for pregnant women and kids up to five years old. WIC also offers nutrition education and breastfeeding support. Over half of all babies born in Washtenaw County participate in WIC!

WIC is for families with low or moderate incomes. View the income guidelines (PDF).

Beginning November 2021, WIC will be transitioning from Enfamil to Similac infant formula.


WIC Connect App

WIC Connect App Opens in new windowDownload the new WIC Connect app (PDF) to determine if you’re eligible for WIC, request appointments, monitor your benefits, find WIC foods and more.

View our video tutorials showing how to use the WIC Connect app!


Food Packages

WIC food packages provide foods designed to meet the special nutritional needs of low-income pregnant, breastfeeding, non-breastfeeding postpartum women, infants and children up to five years of age who are at nutritional risk.

Nutrition Education

  • Infant and toddler feeding
  • Breastfeeding
  • Prenatal weight gain
  • Anemia or iron deficiency
  • Child growth and development and other nutrition related health issues
  • Immunizations

To access nutrition education online, go to the WIC Health website.

High Risk Nutrition Counseling

Registered Dietitians provide individualized high risk nutrition counseling for participants with special medical conditions or nutrition-related health issues.

Health Care Referrals

Referrals for immunizations, substance abuse counseling and treatment, prenatal care, smoking cessation, lead screening, the Healthy Kids / MI Child program and more.

Breastfeeding Promotion & Support

Breastfeeding should continue and be supported during the COVID-19 epidemic. A breastfeeding warmline is available to assist all pregnant and breastfeeding families during this time. You can use this warmline even if you are not a WIC client!

Call (833) MIWICBF / (833) 649-4223
Available 7 days/week
8 am-8 pm

From the World Health Organization (WHO): “Breastfeeding protects against morbidity and death in the post-neonatal period and throughout infancy and childhood. The protective effect is particularly strong against infectious diseases that are prevented through both direct transfer of antibodies and other anti-infective factors and long-lasting transfer of immunological competence and memory.”

From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): “Breast milk provides protection against many illnesses. There are rare exceptions when breastfeeding or feeding expressed breast milk is not recommended.”

The LaLeche League has an important resource on breastfeeding during this COVID-19 Pandemic crisis.

Find more information about breastfeeding on our Breastfeeding Education and Support page.