WIC Nutrition Program
Farmers Market Nutrition Program (FMNP) benefits for WIC eligible participants.
Each year, Jefferson County receives a limited supply of WIC Farmers Market Nutrition Program (FMNP) benefits for eligible WIC participants. These benefits are distributed according to our policy (available upon request), to eligible WIC participants who express interest.
Starting May 30, WIC participants can call the JCPH WIC office to leave their name and confirmed mailing address in order to receive 2023 WIC FMNP benefits by mail, while supplies last. Starting May 30, the first 92 eligible WIC participants to contact our office will be added to the list to received 2023 FMNP benefits.
We will keep a waiting list in case we receive additional allotments of WIC FMNP benefits form WA WIC office.
Call WIC now 360-385-9432
Jefferson County Farmers Market has kindly offered to continue their WIC FMNP matching program. WIC participants will learn the details of this matching program when they receive their 2023 benefits.
Enjoy the extra bounty of fresh produce with WIC Farmers Market Nutrition Program benefits.
For more market details go to http://jcfmarkets.org/
Check out the food access button for details about FMNP and matching program.
INFANT FORMULA RESOURCES: Many families experience stress related to infant formula recalls.
WIC has been working directly with WIC participants to problem solve their family’s needs and work to find solutions.
WIC is happy to assist families as much as possible, call 360-385-9432 for assistance.
WA DOH website with great information to address infant formula situation: Resources for Families Impacted by the Infant Formula Shortage | Washington State Department of Health
WIC Fruit and Vegetable Increase!
- $25/month for children
- $44/month for pregnant and postpartum participants
- $49/month for breastfeeding participants
- $73.50/month for participants fully breastfeeding multiples
Good news- WIC has openings for eligible pregnant, breastfeeding and postpartum women and children under 5 years old. Get nutritious foods, information about feeding children, breastfeeding education and support and referrals to important services.
Do you have a child under 5 in your custody as a grandparent, guardian, foster parent etc.? This child could qualify for WIC. Call for more details: 360-385-9432.
Make an Appointment
Call 360-385-9432 for the WIC direct line, or
360-385-9400 for the Jefferson County Public Health (JCPH) main line.
Do you work?
We want to make it easy to get an appointment. Many appointments are available by phone until further notice.
Early evening appointments available!
Port Townsend WIC Main Office
Port Townsend, WA 98368
Call 360-385-9400 to schedule an appointment
Clinics in Chimacum & Quilcene
WIC services are being delivered through the Port Townsend WIC office until further notice, call us 360-385-9432 or stop by Jefferson Co. Public Health to get an appointment.
Chimacum Clinic Tri-Area Community Center
WIC clinic at this location is temporarily closed due to COVID-19
By appointment, held the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Call 360-385-9400 for appointment.
WIC serves families with phone appointments or in-person appointments.
Quilcene WIC is open on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month by appointment or for walk-ins.
Quilcene office hours are subject to change due to inclement weather.
Call our Main office open M-F 9:00 to 4:30 pm. 360-385-9432 for questions or directions.
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Eligibility & How to Apply
Find out if you are eligible and how to apply.
Additional WIC Information
- What is WIC?
- How Do I Sign up for WIC?
- Do I qualify for WIC?
- What do I bring to my WIC appointment?
- How do I make a WIC appointment?
- What kinds of foods are on WIC?
- Do I need proof of citizenship to qualify for WIC?
- Can I get help with food for my children under 5 years old?
- I need help getting formula, how do I do that?
- How can I get more fresh fruit and veggies on a limited budget?
- What stores accept WIC?
- What about dads, grandparents or legal guardians and the WIC Program?
This institution is an equal opportunity provider. Washington WIC doesn’t discriminate.