North Carolina WIC Program (WIC) is a supplemental nutrition program for pregnant women, breastfeeding women, women who had a baby within the last six months, infants, and children under the age of five. One must meet income requirements, North Carolina residence requirement and have a nutritional risk that proper nutrition could help to improve.
Do You Qualify for North Carolina WIC?
To see if you may qualify, you must:
- A pregnant woman; OR
- An infant or child up to five years old; OR
- A mother of a baby up to six months old; OR A breastfeeding mother of a baby up to 12 months old.
- Meet income guidelines;
- Be a resident of North Carolina; and
- Be seen by a health professional at the WIC clinic.
If you think you may qualify, please call or write to your county health department to make an appointment.
North Carolina WIC Hotline
North Carolina Local WIC Program Offices:
Mecklenburg County Health Department
2845 Beatties Ford Rd.
Charlotte, NC 28216
5516 Central Ave.
Charlotte, NC 28212
Lincoln Community Health Center
1301 Fayetteville St.
P.O. Box 52119
Durham, NC 27717-2119
Twin County Rural Health Center, Inc.
P.O. Box 10
204 Evans Rd.
Hollister, NC 27844
116-A 3rd Street
Roanoke Rapids, NC 27870
Cumberland County Health Department
E. Newton Smith Public Health Center
227 Fountainhead Lane,
Fayetteville, NC 28301
The Soldier Support Center
Fort Bragg, NC 28307-3333
103 Laketree Blvd.
Spring Lake, NC 28390
2622 Hope Mils Rd.
Hope Mills, NC 28306
For More information, visit North Carolina WIC Program website