Oklahoma WIC Program

The WIC program in Oklahoma is handled by the Oklahoma State Department of Health. Their job is to help promote, improve and protect the health of children and adults in the state. This includes managing Oklahoma WIC benefits and services. If you are looking to apply for the Oklahoma WIC program, or if you already receive benefits and need assistance, then use the WIC office contact number listed below.

Applying for Oklahoma WIC

If you live in the state and are looking to apply for OK WIC benefits, then you will need to contact your local WIC clinic or agency and schedule an appointment. Use the information below to contact the Oklahoma State Department of Health to find a location near you. At your appointment the staff will determine if you are eligible. Applicants must meet all eligibility requirements including categorical, residential, income and nutrition risk. For more details on these requirements, find out how to apply for Oklahoma WIC.

Transferring Oklahoma WIC Benefits

If you are currently receiving Oklahoma WIC benefits and plan on moving to a new city or out of state, you should be able to transfer your benefits to your new location. First, you need to contact your local WIC clinic or agency and inform the staff your plans to move. In most cases they will provide you with a Verification of Certification Card (VOC). This will help ensure a seamless and continued participation through the entirety of your certification period (The time you are receiving WIC). Once you have moved, the next step is to contact the WIC clinic or agency nearby at your new location and let them know you need to transfer your benefits. The VOC should have the contact information for the WIC clinic or agency at your new location.

Once you have moved, you will need to give them a valid VOC card. Your WIC benefits must be transferred and allow the participant to continue receiving benefits through the end of their current certification period, even if the participant does not meet the eligibility requirements at their new location. If the clinic or agency at your new location is at a maximum case load, they are required to put you at the top of the waiting list and make it a priority. If you still need help, please contact the Oklahoma State Department of Health listed below.

Oklahoma eWIC EBT System

Originally, when receiving Oklahoma WIC benefits, you are given checks or vouchers each month that you would use to purchase WIC approved foods at your local grocery store. By the year 2020, states will be using eWIC for all participants. The eWIC system aims to replace paper checks and vouchers with a EBT (Electronic benefit transfer) card. This acts like a normal debit card. You would go to your WIC approved store and select the food items to purchase, and at check out you would give the cashier your OK WIC EBT card.

The cashier will then run it like a normal debit card and the system will automatically deduct the amount from your current balance. Also, each month instead of having to visit your local WIC clinic to pickup more checks/vouchers, the EBT system allows the state to refill your card eletronically each month. For more information about the OK eWIC system, for instance how to check balance on WIC card, contact the Oklahoma State Department of Health listed below.

Below is a list of additional departments that handle WIC benefits in this state:

Cherokee Nation
Post Office Box 948
Tahlequah, OK 74465-0948
Phone: 918-453-5291
Toll-Free: 800-256-0671 Ext: 5589
Fax: 918-458-4460
Website: cherokee.org
WIC Director: Brenda Carter

Chickasaw Nation
Post Office Box 1548
Ada, OK 74820
Phone: 580-436-2603
Toll Free: 855-559-0985
Fax: 580-421-4578
Website: chickasaw.net
Nutrition Services: Melinda Newport

Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma
Post Office Box 1210
Durant, OK 74702-1210
Toll Free: 800-522-6170
Fax: 580-924-4831
Website: choctawnation.com
WIC Director: Claudene Williams

Citizen Potawatomi Nation
1601 South Gordon Cooper Drive
Shawnee, OK 74801
Phone: 405-273-3216
Toll Free: 800-880-9880
Fax: 405-273-4660
Website: potawatomi.org
WIC Director: Shelley Schneider

Inter-Tribal Council Inc. of Oklahoma
Post Office Box 1308
Miami, OK 74355
Phone: 918-919-4050
Fax: 918-540-2500
Website: ninetribes.org
WIC Director: Rhonda Harrison

Muscogee Creek Nation
Post Office Box 580
Okmulgee, OK 74447
Phone: 918-549-2790
Toll Free: 800-648-2302
Fax: 918-759-2989
Website: mcn-nsn.gov
WIC Director: Katura Bunner

Osage Nation
1301 Grandview
Pawhuska, OK 74056
Phone: 918-287-5368
Toll Free: 800-460-1006
Fax: 918-287-5362
Website: osagenation-nsn.gov
WIC Director: Lisa Manon Taylor

Otoe-Missouria Tribe
8151 Highway 177
Red Rock, OK 74651
Phone: 580-304-9293
Fax: 580-723-4365
Website: omtribe.org
WIC Director: Dawn Briner

WCD Enterprises Inc.
Post Office Box 247
300 Lenape Lane
Anadarko, OK 73005
Phone: 800-492-3942
Fax: 405-247-5277
Website: wcdwic.org
WIC Director: Carol Jared

  • WIC Office Location

    2401 NW 23rd Street
    Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73107
    Shepherd Center Suite 70

  • WIC Office Phone Number

    You can contact the Oklahoma State Department of Health at 888-655-2942 or 405-271-4676. You can fax them at 405-271-5763.

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