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Clayton County Health District - About WIC

WIC is a supplemental nutrition program for women, infants and children. Clayton County Health District provides WIC services FREE for eligible:

  • Infants and children 1-5 years old
  • Pregnant women
  • Postpartum women (up to 6 months)
  • Breastfeeding mothers (up to 1 year)

If you are a current member of the Clayton County WIC program, you can make an appointment by calling 678.610.7637 or 678.389.5812.

All WIC participants must be at nutritional risk and have financial need. Click here to see the national WIC-eligibility requirements.

About the Program

WIC benefits individuals and families in need by increasing access to healthy foods, providing breastfeeding support, promoting low-risk births, and offering cost-savings to health care.

At WIC appointments, participants will get personalized nutritional advice from our friendly and welcoming staff of health experts. We will check height, weight and screen for anemia to track growth and development. Your appointment may also include breastfeeding support and advice.

Our WIC services include:

Only WIC participants are eligible to receive these benefits.

To see if you are eligible, apply for our program today!

To apply for WIC, please complete and submit the Georgia Gateway form. After completing the clinic pre-screening please contact us at              678.389.5812 to schedule your appointment and complete services to receive your benefits.​

USDA is an equal opportunity provider.  Click here to learn more.