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    How To Apply For WIC

    Give WIC a Call!
    To set up an appointment to apply for WIC, call the WIC office in your county. You will need to bring each person who is applying for benefits to this first appointment, including infants and all children up to age five.  In preparation for your appointment, please bring the following items:

    Proof of Household Income

    (Bring at least ONE)

    • Recent pay stubs, or benefit letter: SSI, Social Security, Unemployment
    • Medical Assistance card
    • Independence Card with register receipt (30 days)
    • Tax Return

    Person(s) being certified and proof of identity

    (Bring ONE below, per person)

    • Birth Certificate
    • Driver's License or MVA identification
    • Social Security Card
    • Picture Identification (Government, School, Employment)

    Proof of your address

    (Bring ONE)

    • Driver's License or MVA Identification
    • Official Bill or Statement
    • Copy of Lease

    If applicable

    • Proof of pregnancy
    • Immunization record (infant or child)
    • WIC referral

    Call the WIC agency near you:


    Allegany County (301) 759-5020
    Anne Arundel County (410) 222-6797
    Anne Arundel Spanish (410) 222-0139
    Baltimore City (Health Department) (410) 396-9427
    Baltimore City (Johns Hopkins) (410) 614-4848
    Baltimore County (410) 887-6000
    Calvert County 1-877-631-6182
    Caroline County (410) 479-8060
    Carroll County (410) 876-4898
    Cecil County (410) 996-5255
    Charles County (301) 609-6857
    Dorchester County (410) 228-5341
    Frederick County (301) 600-2507
    Garrett County (301) 334-7710
    Grantsville Residents (301) 895-3111
    Harford County (410) 612-1776
    Howard County (410) 313-7510
    Kent County (410) 810-0125
    Montgomery County (CCI) (301) 762-9426
    Prince George's County ( Health Department) (301) 856-9600
    Prince George’s County (Greenbelt Area) (301)762-9426
    Prince George's County ( Greater Baden ) (301) 324-1873
    Queen Anne's County (443) 262-4423
    Somerset County (410) 749-2488
    St. Mary's County 1-877-631-6182
    Talbot County (410) 820-6941
    Washington County (240) 313-3335
    Wicomico County (410) 749-2488
    Worcester County (410) 749-2488
    State WIC HOTLINE 1-800-242-4WIC
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