Find King County Washington WIC Offices. WIC Offices provide information on WIC programs (Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children) applications and income/eligibility requirements, benefits, food stamp offices and checks, jobs, online education, and classes, approved food lists, grocery stores, and vendors.
Auburn Public Health Center Muckleshoot WIC Office 17500 Southeast 392nd Street Auburn WA 98092 253-939-6648
Greenbridge White Center Public Health Center WIC Office 9934 8th Avenue Southwest Seattle WA 98106 855-826-7427
North Bend Satellite Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank WIC Office 122 East 3rd Street North Bend WA 98045 206-920-8252
Seattle Sea Mar Community Health Center WIC Office 8915 14th Avenue South Seattle WA 98108 206-762-0876
An individual at nutrition risk has been determined by a health or nutrition professional to have a medical-based or nutrition-based condition such as having anemia, being underweight, or having a poor diet. An assessment for nutrition risk includes height and weight measurements as well as blood work.Do all retailers accept WIC as payment?
No. Retailers must be authorized as WIC vendors by their state. An open enrollment period takes place each year for WIC vendors. Authorized WIC vendors must maintain certain items in inventory and meet other requirements in order to participate in the program.What foods are eligible for purchase using WIC benefits?
Eligible foods include many dairy products, eggs, fresh fruits and vegetables, cereals, breads, and whole grains. Frozen and canned fruits and vegetables may be eligible provided they do not contain added sugars, sweeteners, fats, or oils.