To apply for WIC, or for more information, call (785)776-4779 Ext. 7661.
Or you may submit your information at the link below, and we will contact you to review your eligibility and schedule an appointment.
While WIC clinics at Riley County Health Department and Irwin Army Community Hospital are closed to the public temporarily, staff are working electronically on dates/times as follows: Mondays – Thursdays 8 - 5 and Fridays 8 – 3.
Current participants at the Fort Riley, Manhattan and Wamego clinics, or anyone who has questions, should contact the WIC clinic at: 785-776-4779 ext. 7661.
Anyone wishing to apply for WIC may fill out the pre-qualification form above. After you submit the form, WIC staff will contact you at our earliest convenience.
WIC provides a debit card with food benefits and other nutrition services to income-eligible pregnant, breastfeeding, postpartum women, infants, and children up to age five. Those who have lost jobs temporarily during the pandemic may now be eligible and we encourage you to apply. We are accepting new applicants.
Our goal is to continue to serve WIC clients and keep families and WIC staff safe.
WIC has switched from checks to Electronic Benefit Cards! All clients are now receiving debit cards instead of checks.
WIC is a nutritional program for pregnant and postpartum women, infants and children up to age five who are determined to be at a nutritional risk and meet income guidelines.
WIC’s goal is to help keep pregnant and breastfeeding women, new moms and kids under five healthy. To do this, WIC provides:
WIC income eligibility guidelines (pdf) are:
We encourage you to take advantage of all that WIC has to offer. Call to apply.
We staff two full-time clinics: