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Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Supplemental Nutrition Program 

WIC provides nutrition education, support for breastfeeding, and healthy foods to pregnant and breastfeeding women, and to infants and children up to age five. To receive benefits, applicants must have a nutritional and/or health need and meet certain income guidelines. Many working families are eligible for WIC. Foods provided include fruits & vegetables, milk, cheese, cereal, eggs, juice, beans/peanut butter, whole grains, and formula for infants who are not breastfed.

Are You Eligible for WIC?

Automatically Eligible: To be automatically income eligible for WIC, applicants must present documentation that they are enrolled in one of the following programs: MA, MNCare, TEFRA, MFIP, Food Stamps, SSI, Free/Reduced Price School Lunch, Head Start, Fuel Assistance. 

Eligible Under Income Guidelines: Others are eligible pending completion of the eligibility determination process by having income within the Income Guidelines 

Visit the Minnesota Department of Health WIC Eligibility webpage to help determine if you are eligible for WIC.

 

For More Information Contact St. Louis County WIC Program:
Monday – Friday, 8:00am – 4:30pm

St. Louis County Public Health and Human Services (Duluth)
218-725-5211 or (800) 450-9777 x5211
Government Service Center - Room 108
320 West 2nd Street
Duluth, MN 55802

St. Louis County Public Health and Human Services (Virginia)
218-749-0604 or (800) 450-9777 x7604
Northland Office Center – 1R
P.O. Box 1148
307 First Street South
Virginia, MN 55792-1148

St. Louis County Public Health and Human Services (Hibbing)
Call Virginia Office: 218-749-0604 or (800) 450-9777 x7604
Hibbing Courthouse Annex
1814 East 14th Avenue
Hibbing, MN 55746

St. Louis County Public Health and Human Services (Ely)
Call Virginia Office: 218-749-0604 or (800) 450-9777 x7604
St. Louis County Service Center
320 Miners Lake Dr
Ely, MN  55731

Or visit the Minnesota Department of Health WIC Program website