Womens Infants and Children WIC
This West Virginia WIC clinic is located at 7 Southfork Center Buckhannon 26201. We provide the contact information below for Womens Infants and Children WIC, including the WIC office phone number, address and hours of operations. If you are currently receiving WV WIC benefits and this is the closes clinic to you, then you can contact this location and request assistance for questions or issues you may have. In most cases you are required to meet with the WIC staff at this Buckhannon WIC office location so they can make sure you and your family are doing well and if need be, adjust the program including the types of foods for you and your children or the baby formula for infants.
If it is time, you would need to go down to Womens Infants and Children WIC to get more WIC checks/vouchers. In some states you no longer need to do this, as your West Virginia WIC EBT Card will be automatically refilled each month. You can use your checks/vouchers or EBT Card to purchase WIC approved foods at your local grocery store. To see a full list of what items you can buy, WV WIC food list. To find out more about the EBT Card, use the contact information below to call this WIC location in Buckhannon, WV.
If you are planning to move to a new address, either in state or out of state, then you must notify Womens Infants and Children WIC right away. Usually the staff will provide you with a Verification of Certification Card (VOC). This provides proof you are on the West Virginia WIC program. When you do finally move, you need to find a clinic nearby at your new address and schedule an appointment so you can provide them proof of benefits with your VOC card. Even if you move out of state, they are required to continue your WV WIC benefits until it expires, at which time you would need to re-apply.
Apply for West Virginia WIC
If you are looking to apply for the WIC program and this location is close to you, then use the contact information below to call and schedule an appointment. While you are talking to the staff on the phone, make sure you verify what information you need to bring to you at your appointment. It is important you bring everything required as the staff uses this information to see if you are eligible for West Virginia WIC. If you don't bring these documents, you risk delaying the application process. To find out the complete process, how to apply for WV WIC benefits.
WIC encourages mothers who participate in the program to breastfeed. Research has shown that breast milk is the best food for baby's first year of life. Breastfeeding provides many health, nutritional, and economical benefits to mother and baby. You can contact Womens Infants and Children WIC and the staff there should be able to provide mothers with breastfeeding information and support.
Also, breastfeeding mothers are usually eligible to participate in the WIC program longer than non-breastfeeding mothers and they receive larger amount and variety of foods. If you need a breast pump or other breastfeeding items, contact the staff at this West Virginia WIC office to see what they can help with. In some cases, the program provides access to these items.
Searching for a Clinic
If you want to see if there is a clinic closer to you, then browse through the list of Buckhannon WIC locations in West Virginia. Or if you prefer, you can use our WIC Clinic Search page. This will allow you to search for any WV WIC clinics near your address.
WIC Office Address
Womens Infants and Children WIC
7 Southfork Center
Buckhannon, WV 26201
WIC Office Phone Number
The WV WIC phone number for this clinic is 304-472-4714.
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Map of Womens Infants and Children WIC
Below is a map of the current West Virginia WIC clinic, located at 7 Southfork Center Buckhannon 26201. You can view the current WIC office hours and other WIC locations nearby on the upper right hand side of this page.