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Kewaunee County Wisconsin

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WIC - Women, Infant, and Children Program promotes and strives to maintain the nutritional health and well-being of breastfeeding and postpartum women, infants and children. WIC provides nutritious foods, nutrition education (including breastfeeding promotion and support), and referrals to health and other social services to participants at no charge.

Who is Eligible?
  • Residents of Wisconsin
  • Pregnant, breastfeeding, or new mothers
  • Children and infants under age 5
  • Those with a household income that is less than or equal to federal income guides.
CLICK HERE to see if you qualify.

Visit the Wisconsin WIC informational website for more information and resources.
WIC Provides:
  • Information on how to use WIC foods to improve health.
  • An eWIC debit card to purchase healthy foods and infant formula.
  • Additional Benefits to breastfeeding women who do not supplement with formula.
  • Assistance with childhood immunizations and lead screening.
  • Education on healthy eating during pregnancy, breastfeed and early childhood.
  • Referrals to doctors and other programs such as, FoodShare, BadgerCare, Birth to Three and Prenatal Care Coordination with a nurse on site.
What to Bring to Your First WIC Appointment:

Click the icon for items you would need to bring to your first WIC appointment:


To Make an Appointment:
Please call us at (920) 388-7160 - Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

WIC is an equal opportunity provider CLICK HERE for full non-discrimination statement.

WIC Farmers Market Nutrition Program:

The goals of the Wisconsin WIC Farmers Market Nutrition Program (FMNP) are:
  • To provide WIC participants with checks to purchase locally-grown fresh fruits, vegetables and herbs at farmers markets.
  • To provide WIC participants with nutrition education and the resources to encourage the consumption of fresh fruits, vegetables and herbs.
  • To increase the awareness and use of farmers markets.
The WIC FMNP provides a one-time food benefit per growing season to WIC families.

Each family receives checks that are redeemed at local farmers markets from June through October.

Approximately 1,000 Wisconsin farmers currently participate in this program.


Additional Resources:

For a complete listing of WIC approved food items, visit the Wisconsin Department of Health Services website (English and Spanish versions available):

To understand the building blocks of a healthy diet and build your best plate, click on the plate:

Breast is Best!

Research has shown that there is no better food than breast milk for the baby's first year of life. We are excited that you are interested in breast-feeding! Breastfeeding provides many health, nutritional, economic, and emotional benefits to the mother and baby. There are also significant benefits to the community, workplace and the environment.

WIC mothers choosing to breastfeed will be provided with information through one on one counseling, along with education materials to support their healthy decision. Mothers who exclusively breastfeed may receive enhanced food packages and may be eligible for a breast pump.