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wic - Women, Infants & Children

We're here to help

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Kings County WIC is open and providing all services by telephone.

WIC offices are open Monday through Friday from: 8:00am – 4:30pm

Call us if you need:

  • To schedule an appointment.

  • Breastfeeding support and assistance.

  • Information regarding pregnancy, nutrition, child behaviors, and more...

Feel free to stop by if you need to:

  • Drop off information, documents or return a rented breast pump.

  • Pick up information, documents, new or replacement WIC Card or breast pump

Or for any other information and appointments, call 559-582-0180.

WIC is an equal opportunity provider.

WIC provides a friendly, supportive environment to learn about nutrition for families, breastfeeding support, and access to healthy foods.

WIC. Here to Help.

WIC is here to help you with:

  • Information about Health and Nutrition

  • Breastfeeding support and resources

  • Monthly benefits for healthy and fresh foods

  • Referrals to medical providers and community services

Call WIC today to see if you qualify!

Kings County WIC Program

(559) 582-0180

You may qualify if you: 

  • Are pregnant, breastfeeding, or just had a baby;

  • Have a child under age 5;

  • Have a low to medium income; and/or

  • Receive Medi-Cal, TANF, or CalFresh benefits; and

  • Live in California

You may qualify if your family's income meets WIC guidelines.


To find out more, visit

Newly pregnant women, migrant workers, and working families are encouraged to apply.

Welcome to WIC

Watch this quick video to learn all about WIC and what it can offer you.

Nutrition and Education Services

WIC Provides a variety of educational material and services


WIC provides Breastfeeding counseling and support

WIC Card and Information

Learn more about your benefits and WIC card


WIC also provides various referrals to other programs and community services

Nutrition Education Services

WIC provides individual nutrition counseling with our certified Registered Dietitians and Nutrition experts. WIC focuses on individual needs and can provide you with educational material to help you and your child grow up healthy. Here are some of our handouts:

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WIC also allows participants to complete online classes through Here are some videos to help you get started:

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How to make a account

Nutriton Services


Here at WIC, we know that breastfeeding is very important to a baby's nutrition, and that's why we are here to help you every set of the way. Our lactation specialists are available to help you and your baby in your breastfeeding journey.

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Breastfeeding provides a variety of benefits for both baby and mom. Not only does it provide all the nutrition your baby needs, but it also strengthens the bond between mom and baby

Here are some of the other reasons why breastfeeding is a great choice:

  • Helps mom get back to pre-pregnancy weight

  • Gives your baby all the antibodies they need to fight infections

  • Reduce the chance of obesity for baby

  • Reduces stress between both mom and baby

  • Baby is less likely to develop asthma and allergies


WIC also has many handouts for Breastfeeding assistance and support groups.  

For questions please call the Hanford WIC office at: (559) 582-0180

Here are some more Breastfeeding Resources:

Electric Breast Pumps are always an option too!

Specific Health Plans have pumps available:

*Note: Contact your health insurance provider for a breast pump and available support services.

Anthem Blue Cross

Breastfeeding Support Hotline: 1-800-231-2999 
Language: English, Spanish, Hmong

CalViva Health

Member Line: 1-888-893-1569 (TTY: 711) 
Language: English, Spanish, Hmong


WIC Card Information


The WIC card is available to every WIC participant.

The WIC card is like a debit card that holds all of your WIC benefits each month. As soon an your benefits are issued for the month, your card is automatically loaded up and ready for use.


You can use your WIC card to buy all of your WIC approved foods at WIC eligible stores.

Don't forget about the WIC App!


With the Mobile WIC App, you can manage things like:

  • Checking your WIC balance

  • Scanning foods to see if they are WIC approved

  • Getting information on your nearest WIC clinics and approved WIC stores

  • Finding other resources that may benefit you

  • And much more!

Be sure to check out these WIC card videos for more information



To schedule your first appointment with WIC to receive your own WIC card, call us at our main Kings County office at (559) 582-0180

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Referrals and Community Services

WIC provides referrals to a variety of other community services and assistance programs.

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