wIC Nutrition Program

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Contact Us:

Auburn Clinic:
79 Main Street
Auburn, ME 04210
1-877-512-8856 or 795-4016

East Wilton Clinic:
20B Church Street
East Wilton, ME 04234
1-800-645-9636 or 645-3764

For more information visit:
State of Maine Program

Contact Us:

Auburn Clinic:
79 Main Street
Auburn, ME 04210
1-877-512-8856 or 795-4016

East Wilton Clinic:
20B Church Street
East Wilton, ME 04234
1-800-645-9636 or 645-3764

For more information visit:
State of Maine Program

Who can apply for the Maine WIC Nutrition Program?

WIC is open to anyone living in Maine, including migrants working in Maine. Applicants can be any of the following:

  • Women and birthing parents who are pregnant, breastfeeding, chestfeeding, or had a baby in the last six months.
  • Infants and children up to the age of five, including adopted and foster children.
  • Non-birthing parents or guardians may apply for their children.

How do I apply?

You can call your nearest WIC office to make an appointment. Your first appointment will take about an hour of your time – an hour that can benefit you and your children for the rest of your lives.

**NEW** Contact Us to Join WIC! and a WIC staff member will call you to set up an appointment.

WIC Prescreening Tool

Use the Prescreening Tool to see if you may be eligible for the WIC Program.

Income Guidelines

For the period of June 1, 2022-June 30, 2023, please see Updated Income Eligible Guidelines .

If you are pregnant, you may count yourself as two household members. Individuals who are certified as eligible for MaineCare, TANF or SNAP are considered automatically income-eligible for WIC.

What is “nutrition risk?”

Two major types of nutrition risk are recognized for WIC eligibility:

  • Medically-based risks such as anemia, underweight, overweight, history of pregnancy complications, or poor pregnancy outcomes
  • Dietary risks, such as failure to meet the dietary guidelines or inappropriate nutrition practices

Nutrition risk is determined by a health professional such as a physician, nutritionist, or nurse, and is based on Federal regulations. This nutrition assessment is free to program applicants.

WMCA WIC Locations

Auburn
79 Main Street – Floor 2R
Auburn, Maine

East Wilton Service Center
20B Church Street
East Wilton, Maine
Late Clinic Every Thursday from 4-6 pm

Farmington Family Planning
Third Thursday of Every Month
193 Front Street
Farmington, Maine

Norway Family Planning
Every Monday
9 Marston Street
Norway, Maine

Rangeley Health & Wellness Center
First Monday of Every Month
25 Dallas Hill Road
Rangeley, Maine

Spruce Mountain Adult Education
Second Tuesday of Every Month
9 Cedar Street
Livermore Falls, Maine

B-Street Health Center
Second Wednesday of Every Month
57 Birch Street
Lewiston, Maine

Phillips Library
First Thursday of Every Month
96 Main Street
Phillips, Maine

Hillview
First Thursday of Every Month
77 Rideout Avenue
Lewiston, Maine

Fryeburg – Headstart
Third Thursday of Every Month
6 Molly Ockett Drive
Fryeburg, Maine

Rumford Family Planning
Every Other Friday
218 Penobscot Street
Rumford, Maine