• Locations & Hours:
    1323 West 3rd Street Dayton, Ohio 45402
    Office Hours
    • Monday8:15am - 3:00pm
    • Tuesday8:15am - 3:00pm
    • Wednesday8:15am - 3:00pm
    • Thrusday8:15am - 3:00pm
    • Friday8:15am - 11:00am

    * NOTE: Every 3rd Wednesday of the month, the office will open at 9:00am - 4:00pm.

    Phone Number
    937-225-4491 937-225-4549
    1320 E. Fifth Street Dayton 45410
    Office Hours
    • Monday8:15am - 3:00pm
    • Tuesday8:15am - 3:00pm
    • Wednesday8:15am - 3:00pm
    • Thrusday8:15am - 3:00pm
    • Friday8:15am - 11:00am

    * NOTE: Every 3rd Wednesday of the month, the office will open at 9:00am - 4:00pm.

    Phone Number
    937-225-6166 937-496-6777
    8 Prestige Plaza Dr, Miamisburg, OH 45342
    Office Hours
    • Monday8:15am - 3:00pm
    • Tuesday8:15am - 3:00pm
    • Wednesday8:15am - 3:00pm
    • Thrusday8:15am - 3:00pm
    • Friday8:15am - 11:00am

    * NOTE: Every 3rd Wednesday of the month, the office will open at 9:00am - 4:00pm.

    Phone Number
    937-859-7974 937-859-8751
  • Contact - Phone Number : 937-225-4491
  • Introduction:

    Public Health's WIC Program safeguards the health of low-income women, infants, and children up to age 5. WIC provides nutritious foods to supplement diets, nutrition education (including breastfeeding promotion and support), and referrals to health and other social services.

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Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)

Public Health's WIC Program safeguards the health of low-income women, infants, and children up to age 5. WIC provides nutritious foods to supplement diets, nutrition education (including breastfeeding promotion and support), and referrals to health and other social services.

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1323 West 3rd Street Dayton, Ohio 45402
Office Hours
  • Monday8:15am - 3:00pm
  • Tuesday8:15am - 3:00pm
  • Wednesday8:15am - 3:00pm
  • Thrusday8:15am - 3:00pm
  • Friday8:15am - 11:00am

* NOTE: Every 3rd Wednesday of the month, the office will open at 9:00am - 4:00pm.

Phone Number
937-225-4491 937-225-4549
1320 E. Fifth Street Dayton 45410
Office Hours
  • Monday8:15am - 3:00pm
  • Tuesday8:15am - 3:00pm
  • Wednesday8:15am - 3:00pm
  • Thrusday8:15am - 3:00pm
  • Friday8:15am - 11:00am

* NOTE: Every 3rd Wednesday of the month, the office will open at 9:00am - 4:00pm.

Phone Number
937-225-6166 937-496-6777
8 Prestige Plaza Dr, Miamisburg, OH 45342
Office Hours
  • Monday8:15am - 3:00pm
  • Tuesday8:15am - 3:00pm
  • Wednesday8:15am - 3:00pm
  • Thrusday8:15am - 3:00pm
  • Friday8:15am - 11:00am

* NOTE: Every 3rd Wednesday of the month, the office will open at 9:00am - 4:00pm.

Phone Number
937-859-7974 937-859-8751

We Are Now a Walk-In Clinic, No Appointment Necessary!
Three location in Montgomery County to Best Suit Your Needs!

About WIC

WIC is a nutrition program that provides healthy foods to pregnant, postpartum, and breastfeeding women, infants, and children up to age 5. WIC also encourages breastfeeding and provides breastfeeding support.

What will I receive?

Your benefits will be loaded to an EBT card. Once benefits are loaded at the WIC clinic you can use the card to purchase foods that same day, anywhere in Ohio! Below you can see the monthly benefits provided for each group. See All of Ohio's WIC Authorized Foods Here!

Wic Nutrition Card
Pregnant Women Infants Children Brestfeeding Women Postpartum Women
Milk/Yogurt/Cheese
Up to 5.5 gallons of milk
Infant formula Milk/Yogurt/Cheese
Up to 4 gallons of milk
Milk/Yogurt/Cheese
Up to 6 gallons of milk
Milk/Yogurt/Cheese
Up to 4 gallons of milk
11 Fruit and Vegetable Voucher Baby foods (starting at 6 months old) 9 Fruit and Vegetable Voucher 11 Fruit and Vegetable Voucherk 11 Fruit and Vegetable Voucher
Cereal Cereal Cereal Cereal
Whole Grains Whole Grains Whole Grains Whole Grains
Peanut butter, beans, or both Peanut butter or beans Peanut butter, beans, or both Peanut butter or beans
Eggs Eggs Eggs Eggs
Juice Juice Juice Juice
Fish
WIC App

Did You Know?

The WICShopper App connects you to Nutrition Education, Recipes, the Authorized Foods List and more!

You can now check your card balance using the WICShopper App!

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Am I eligible?

Pregnant, postpartum, and breastfeeding women, infants, and children up to age 5 who meet certain requirements are eligible. These requirements include income eligibility and State residency.

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Economic Unit Annually Monthly Twice Monthly Biweekly Weekly
1 $23,828 $1,986 $993 $917 $459
2 32,227 2,686 1,343 1,240 620
3 40,626 3,386 1,693 1,563 782
4 49,025 4,086 2,043 1,886 943
5 57,424 4,786 2,393 2,209 1,105
6 65,823 5,486 2,743 2,532 1,266
7 74,22 6,186 3,093 2,855 1,428
8 82,621 6,886 3,443 3,178 1,589
Revised 7/21

Please note that income requirements are updated on a yearly basis. Check out the Ohio WIC Program Income Eligibility guidelines for updates.

How do I sign up for WIC?

  1. Determine which WIC clinic location works for you and your family
    • There are three locations in Montgomery county. All three WIC clinics welcome walk-ins and no appointments are necessary.
  2. Pick a day during WIC walk-in hours that works best for you
    • WIC walk-in hours are:
      Monday – Thursday 8:15AM – 3:00PM
      Friday 8:15AM – 11:00AM
  3. Bring the following with you to your walk-in appointment
    • Proof of income (Bring all that apply---Paystub, Medicaid card, SSI, etc.)
      Proof of identity (Photo ID, crib card or birth certificate for baby)
      Proof of address (Driver’s license or ID, utility bill, or lease agreement)
      Proof of pregnancy (if applies to you) (Doctor’s statement or ultrasound)
      WIC Nutrition Card
      (If you are signing up for the first time, you will receive your card after your first appointment)
  4. Complete the sign-up process in person at your WIC location
    • WIC clinics remain open during lunch hours. You may find that arriving in the morning hours allows you to complete your visit faster.
  5. After finishing the sign-up process, you will speak with a WIC nutritionist about your health history and food preferences. Once the nutrition portion of your visit is complete, your foods will be loaded to your card!

Frequently Asked Questions

To help our participants find formula, the WIC Program is temporarily adding infant formula options. Expanded options for powdered versions of Enfamil Infant, Gentlease, Enfamil AR, and ProSobee will be available beginning June 13. The options will auto-load onto WIC benefit cards.

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In general, it is safe to switch between similar formulas. For example, it is usually safe to switch a cow’s milkbased formula for another cow’s milk-based formula or a soy formula for another type of soy formula, etc. If you have questions about which formula is acceptable, please contact your child’s healthcare provider or local WIC clinic.

Container sizes 12-24 ounces will deduct 1 container from the WIC benefits. Container sizes 27 ounces or more will deduct 2 containers from the WIC benefits.

27 oz or larger powder container

12-24 oz powder container

= 1 container from WIC benefits = 2 containers from WIC benefits

Yes, you can redeem different formula brands and powdered can sizes. Try to choose alternatives that are as close as possible to the type of formula you normally get with your WIC benefits. In most cases, if your baby’s regular brand of formula is not currently available, it is okay to substitute with similar versions. If your infant is on a prescription formula, contact your healthcare provider or local WIC clinic for guidance.

The standard (non-prescription) formulas will not require you to return to the WIC clinic for a change to your WIC Nutrition Card. However, families getting the larger sizes of Nutramigen (19.8oz and 27.8oz), EnfaCare (23oz), and NeoSure (22.8oz) will need to return to the WIC clinic for a card change. Additionally, parents and caregivers who wish to change between powdered, concentrate, or ready-to-feed will need to return to clinic for a card change.

Follow the formula container instructions and safe formula mixing and storage guidelines. If you have questions about mixing or storing your baby’s formula, contact your local WIC office or healthcare provider for guidance.

If your infant is on a prescription formula, yes, you will need a prescription form. Contact your local WIC clinic if you’re having difficulty obtaining the prescription form from your healthcare provider. Standard formulas do not require a prescription form.

No, WIC-authorized stores remain the same. Contact your local WIC office for a list of authorized stores in your area.

Contact your local WIC office..