How Do I Apply for WIC?

Between November 25-29, 2019, WIC clinics may have limited hours or be closed for the holidays. Please review the posted WIC clinic holiday hours to see when your clinic will be open during this time.

Request a WIC appointment online or you may call 602-506-9333 to speak directly with a staff member. Please bring all family members applying for WIC to the appointment, along with one item for each type of the following documentation:

  1. Identification: Bring ID for each person in the family applying for WIC.
    • Birth Certificate
    • Child shot/immunization record
    • DES approval letter for AHCCCS, SNAP (food stamps), Section 8 Housing, and/or TANF
    • Driver's license
    • Hospital crib card
    • Hospital record
    • Military ID
    • Passport
    • Paycheck stub
    • School ID card
  2. Address (where you live): Bring a document that has your name and current address on it.
    • DES approval letter for AHCCCS, SNAP (food stamps), Section 8 Housing, and/or TANF
    • Driver's license
    • Lease agreement
    • Paycheck stub
    • Rent receipt
    • Signed letter from the person you are living with that has the address written on it
    • Utility bill
  3. Income: Bring proof of your entire household income.
    • DES approval letter for AHCCCS, SNAP (food stamps), Section 8 Housing, and/or TANF
    • Paycheck stubs for everyone in the household who works
    • Signed and dated statement from your employer showing your income
    • Unemployment letter/notice
    • W2 or tax forms
  4. Shot/Immunization Record: Please bring if you have a child less than 2 years old.

NOTE: A DES approval letter for AHCCCS, SNAP (food stamps), Section 8 Housing, and/or TANF counts for all three types of documentation. However, if you are not enrolled in any of these programs, you may still qualify for WIC.

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Phone: 602-506-9333
Fax: 602-506-9330
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