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Florida Department of Health in Seminole County

WIC Program

WIC is a federally funded nutrition program for Women, Infants, and Children.

WIC provides the following at no cost to you:

  • Healthy Foods
  • Nutrition Education and Counseling
  • Breastfeeding Support
  • Referrals for Health Care and Community Services

The WIC Program is part of the Florida Department of Health in Seminole County. Offices are located in Sanford and Casselberry.



EBT WIC Client LogIn

Florida WIC clients use a WIC EBT card to purchase WIC approved foods at authorized WIC grocery stores.

If you have a WIC EBT Card and have questions or problems using your card, call WIC EBT Customer Service at 1-866-629-1095.

Check your balance before shopping 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 slide your card and enter your PIN to get your balance.


Apply for WIC

Use the WIC Prescreening Tool to see if you are eligible for WIC.

To apply for WIC, contact the WIC office at 407-665-3705. At your visit, your household income and the medical/ nutrition status of each applicant will be reviewed.


WIC Nutrition Information

Visit Florida Department of Health WIC for all your food and nutrition information. Here you can view flyers and material to help you find the best nutrition ideas for your infant and your family.

How much weight you gain during pregnancy is important for your health and your baby’s health, and for the success of another pregnancy down the road.

Gaining too much or too little can result in babies that are born too early, or too small or too large, which can affect your baby’s development.

Too much weight gain during pregnancy may even result in a stillbirth or have lasting effects for your baby. Effects can include becoming overweight or obese during childhood, risk for developing diabetes, high blood pressure, or heart disease later in life.


World Breastfeeding Week

The WIC Program proudly supports World Breastfeeding Week to increase the awareness of, and to promote and support breastfeeding.

USDA Non-Discrimination Statement (PDF 95KB)

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