Making Your WIC Appointment
Call Allen County WIC at 419-224-8200 if you are interested in making an appointment.
If you are calling to make an appointment with Allen County WIC we need to input basic information into the computer system to make you an appointment. Calling us allows you to make an appointment time and date that is convenient for you and your family.
Call Allen County WIC at 419-224-8200 if you are interested in rescheduling you WIC appointment.
Please call Allen County WIC and reschedule your appointment if you or your child are sick or if you cannot make the date and time scheduled. We are happy to reschedule appointments to a time that is convenient for you and your family.
Call Allen County WIC at 419-224-8200, if your WIC has ended and you have not been on WIC for a while but would like to reapply.
If you were previously on WIC and your WIC has ended please give us a call to schedule a WIC appointment. If you want to know whether you still meet WIC income eligibility guidelines before making an appointment, we can discuss that with you on the phone. All questions are welcome and we will try to find an answer if we do not have one.
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Let Your WIC Nutrition Card help keep your family healthy!
The WIC Nutrition card when issued for your child or yourself contains basic foods that target nutrients that women and children are at risk for. The foods are aimed at giving children a healthy start in life that may lead to better health throughout their lives.
In 2015 Ohio WIC transitioned from issuing food benefits on WIC coupons to putting the WIC foods on a WIC Nutrition card. The WIC Nutrition card is a debit card that holds a WIC participant’s food benefits for the month.
Foods are automatically deducted from the card when purchased at the grocery store. The WIC Nutrition Card makes shopping for WIC foods easier.
Call and make an appointment at the Allen County WIC clinic to see if your Family can benefit from WIC Program help.
Allen County WIC is working hard to help keep children under 5 years of age healthy!