WIC will provide services and enroll families if there is a federal government shutdown. Families should keep using WIC benefits and attend their WIC appointments. Visit WIC’s webpage on the shutdown for updates and information.

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WIC Office and Grocer Locations

1) Find a WIC office near you!

WIC has local offices all over California. Set up an appointment at an office near you!

WIC has authorized grocers all over California.

Find a grocer near you!


Or you can call toll free: 1-800-852-5770


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2) What do I bring to my first WIC appointment?

  • Each person who will be enrolling into the WIC program
  • Identification for yourself and any children under age 5
  • A document verifying your current address, such as a paycheck with address, rent document, or utility bill
  • A document verifying your current income, such as a paycheck, tax return or letter from an employer

3) What should I expect at my first WIC appointment?

At your first WIC appointment, you can expect a review of the WIC program services and benefits, including an Individualized Nutrition Assessment for each qualifying member of your family.



Page Last Updated: January 22, 2024




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