What to Bring to Your Appointment
Notice: Until May 31, 2020, WIC participants may get milk of any available fat content if the milk listed on the WIC coupon is not available.
It is recommended:
-For participants prescribed whole milk, participants should select the highest fat milk available.
- For participants prescribed fat free or 1% milk, participants should select the lowest fat milk available.
I have an appointment. What do I bring?
For Certification Appointments:
• Your child
• Proof of residential address (Examples: SNAP account address; Household Bill; Driver’s License; Rental Agreement)
• 2 recent paycheck stubs for each person in the household, or proof of an active SNAP case
• Immunization records (if the child received shots at a place other than the Woodford County Health Department)
• Completed Medically Prescribed Formula Form (only needed if formula is prescribed to you by your doctor)
• Current Insurance or Medicaid Card
For Nutrition/Education/Follow-Up Session:
• Your WIC ID folder
• Proof of address (if your address is different since your last appointment)
• Infant or child depending on appointment.
(received 10.16.15, revised 1.6.16, 1.6.20)
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