The Ohio WIC Program assists pregnant woman, woman who are breastfeeding, postpartum women with infants and children under 5 years old who may be at nutritional risk as well as at or below 185% of the federal poverty guidelines. If you have questions about the Woman, Infants, and Children Program in Ohio or if you want to see if you are eligible for Ohio WIC benefits then you can contact the office listed below. The department that handles WIC in OH is called the Ohio Department of Health.
You can also search for local WIC Clinics in Ohio and make an appointment with them to apply for Ohio WIC benefits. Based on the WIC eligibility guidelines you would need to bring proof of income, proof of residency, ID such as a drivers license as well as bring proof of being on TANF, receiving food stamps, section 8 and any other programs that meet the WIC income guidelines.