We are committed to providing families with continued support now and in the days ahead. 

Temporary Food Changes in Response to Coronavirus (COVID-19)

We know it has been challenging to find some WIC foods. In response, WIC has temporarily expanded our food list to add options for some hard to find items. Check the expanded food list to see what has been added.  We will continue to work with stores to ensure WIC infant formula is available. Please check at customer service if you are unable to find WIC formula on the shelves.

In the store and not sure if it is newly WIC-approved? Use the WIC Shopper App to scan the bar code, then compare to YOUR family food benefit list to double check.

Please continue to be patient with your grocers as they are working hard to stock their shelves. You can also look for different options you have within each food group in the WIC Foods Guide.

There is misinformation circulating on social media about WIC benefits. We urge families to continue checking this website for the most accurate information about important program changes. 

 WIC appointments are being held over the phone to align with social distancing efforts. Please see the Phone Appointments page for more information. If you have opted in to email and text notifications, you will receive important program updates, including information about local office hours and changes in operations. Contact your local office with any questions about breastfeeding, nutrition or shopping. 

    WIC is here to help you and your family thrive and be healthy.

    WIC is the USDA Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children. WIC gives you access to healthy foods, nutrition education and counseling, and breastfeeding support. If you’re pregnant, a caregiver, or a parent with a child under five, WIC is right for you!  Learn more                                                                                                                

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    WIC welcomes families at any time. Check out WIC's prescreening tool to see if you and your child are eligible, and learn more about WIC benefits, how to apply, and how to eat well with WIC. Parents, grandparents and foster parents may apply for children who are in their care. Contact the Local Health Office serving your community and schedule an in-person WIC appointment to apply. Help spread the word about the benefits of participating in WIC: refer a friend to WIC today!

    When you choose WIC for your family, you get the personalized support you need during critical periods of growth and development.  WIC has the resources, know-how and tools to help you be the parent you want to be and to give your child the best possible start in life. Stick with WIC until age 5, and set your child up for success!

    Contact Us

    • Call 1-800-649-4357 or email WIC@Vermont.gov with any questions about WIC nutrition services and enrollment.
    • Find WIC Nutrition Services at your Local Health Office and call to schedule an appointment.

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    WIC in Vermont is administered by the Department of Health. WIC Nutrition Services are available throughout the state at our twelve Local Health Offices and smaller WIC clinic sites near you.


    eWIC gives you access to your WIC food benefits through a card that works like a debit card.

    As part of our COVID 19 response, WIC will do all appointments by phone to align with social distancing efforts in Vermont.  WIC is committed to providing families with continued support now and in

    WIC is a nutrition program for you and your growing family. WIC includes nutrition education, breastfeeding support, healthy foods and health care referrals.

    WIC is your go-to resource for eating well, staying active and being healthy.

    Learn about WIC Grocer requirements and how to apply to be a WIC grocer.  Learn about the process for food manufacturers to submit food items for consideration by the Vermont WIC Program. 

    The goal of WIC Data and Reports is to provide information, data and research related to our WIC families.

    Through good nutrition, WIC helps ensure optimal health outcomes for pregnant people, new parents, and families with infants and young children.

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