How do I check my WIC balance in Florida?

Check your balance before shopping. You can do this by calling WIC EBT Customer Service at 1-866-629-1095 or by going to the WIC EBT website. If there is a WIC EBT Point of Sale (POS) machine at the store, you can also slide your card and enter your PIN to get your balance.

Can you use WIC online in Florida?

The goal of the Florida WIC Mobile App is to give participants all the information they need at their fingertips to make their shopping experience fun and easy. To register to use the Florida WIC Mobile App, you must be a WIC participant and have been issued an eWIC card.

What is WIC app?

The WIC Shopper mobile app, available for both Android and Apple products, is a tool developed to help you verify the eligibility of food items while shopping. You can also check your benefit balance, find grocery stores, or search recipes using WIC foods. WIC participants may take Online Nutrition Education.

How do I download WIC app?

COVID-19 Information for WIC Families WIC card users can download the free California WIC app to check your food balances, appointment times, and more!

Is WIC available in Florida?

Florida’s Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children, also called Florida WIC, gives special consideration to the needs of pregnant and breast feeding low-income women and children. Nutritious food is provided for women and children for nutritional needs during this important time.

Can I use my WIC card at self checkout at Walmart?

WIC customers are now able to use self-checkout (SCO) lanes at Walmart. The checkout process is quite simple. Complete a separate transaction for WIC foods. It is easier to find and remove any items not paid by WIC as expected.

Where can I use WIC?

WIC checks may be used at any participating grocery store. Most will advertise “WIC accepted” on the front door. If you do not see the advertisement, you can always ask a cashier/customer service if they accept WIC.

Who can get WIC benefits?

People who qualify for WIC benefits are low-income women (pregnant, breastfeeding, postpartum), infants (up to their 1st birthday) and children (up to their 5th birthday) who are at a nutritional risk. Others can qualify for WIC as well including fathers, grandparents, guardians and foster parents.

What services does WIC provide?

WIC provides nutrition, breastfeeding support, health education and other services, free of charge, to pregnant women, mothers, infants and children up to the age of five. WIC teaches moms what to eat while pregnant or breastfeeding and what to feed their growing children. We know budgets are tight.

How do you apply for Wick?

To apply for WIC, you will need to contact your local WIC office to make an appointment. Items that you may need to bring with you may include proof of pregnancy if you are pregnant, proof of residency, proof of income and valid identification.