Women, Infants & Children (WIC)

Women, Infants & Children (WIC)



Community Progress Council remains committed to providing WIC clients and their families a healthy environment. We also understand the importance that our programs have to our clients. WIC will do its best during this time to address the needs of our clients.
CPC is putting these measures in place to ensure the health and safety of all clients through social distancing, reduce waiting time, and handle more appointments and transactions remotely.


During this time, WIC’s operations will be limited to its York City clinic only. For others who are asked to keep or reschedule appointments and normally visit other locations throughout York County, the York clinic is located at 130 West Market Street, York.


Please read through the following situations, and follow the instructions whether to keep your appointment or wait to hear from WIC staff first:

▪ If you were asked to come back to WIC and bring your ID and eWIC card for a follow-up appointment to have benefits loaded – you may keep your scheduled appointment.
▪ If you were asked to come back to WIC and bring your ID, eWIC card, and child to complete a height and weight check for the child – you may keep your scheduled appointment. Out of an abundance of caution, you should not bring your child into the WIC clinic unless absolutely necessary.
▪ If you were asked to come back to WIC and bring your household income – you must speak with WIC staff first. Do not come into the WIC clinic. WIC staff will contact you in the near future to complete your appointment over the phone and you will be given a date and time to come into the clinic to have your benefits loaded.
▪ If you are a new participant – you will be called to reschedule your appointment for a later date.
▪ If you need your food package adjusted or have a formula change – you must contact the WIC office and speak to WIC staff. Leave a message if no one answers your call. Please do not walk into the WIC office to tell us you have a formula change or you need a food package change. WIC staff will contact you to make the changes over the phone and give you a date and time to come into the WIC office.
▪ If you are in need of breastfeeding support or have questions related to nutrition education – please call 717-843-7942 and dial extension 113. Make sure you leave a message if no one answers the phone.


If you are instructed to call the WIC office, please leave a message if no one answers your call. We will return your call as soon as we can.





The Special Supplemental Food Program for Women, Infants and Children, also known as WIC, provides supplemental food and nutrition education for pregnant and breastfeeding women, mothers who have given birth within the past six months and children up to 5 years old.




WIC is now offering its families a new way to shop for WIC food benefits using an Electronic Benefits Transfer (eWIC) card. With the eWIC card, shopping will be quick, easy and convenient for WIC families and grocery stores. WIC participants will save time at the checkout and can buy WIC foods in as many shopping trips as they need throughout the month.

In addition to the eWIC card, participants will have access to a new WICShopper Smart Phone App allowing them to scan a food’s bar code to determine if it is a WIC-allowed food.


Who Qualifies for WIC?

Eligibility for WIC is based on income, residency and medical/dietary-based conditions.

View the Pennsylvania WIC guidelines online or call 717-843-7942

Begin an online application for WIC benefits at www.pawic.com


View Federal Poverty Income Guidelines

Federal Poverty Income Guidelines


WIC services include:

  • Healthy foods
  • Nutrition education
  • Breast-feeding support
  • Free health screenings
  • Information and referrals to other services

WIC is committed to improving the health of eligible pregnant women, new mothers and children by providing nutrition education, breast-feeding support, healthy foods and referrals to health and social programs during the critical stages of fetal and early childhood development.


Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program

The Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program (FMNP) provides vouchers to WIC participants to buy Pennsylvania-grown fresh fruits and vegetables at farmers’ markets each year between June 1 and November 30.

In Pennsylvania, the FMNP operates in 67 counties at 769 market and farm stand sites.

Pregnant women or those who have recently given birth, breast-feeding mothers and children 1 year and older may be eligible for this program.

Find out more about the FMNP



130 W. Market St.
York, PA 17401

York City Clinic - 130 West Market Street
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to Noon, and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Hanover Clinic - 135 Baltimore Street
Hours: Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays -
8 a.m. to Noon, and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Red Lion Clinic - 20C Gotham Drive
Hours: Monday through Friday -
8 a.m. to Noon, and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.


Other Clinics

The WIC program is also available at clinics in Delta, Dover, Dillsburg, Lewisberry and Shrewsbury.

To set up appointments at any locations, call (717) 843-7942.


Questions about WIC?
Contact Community Progress Council today.

717-843-7942 rdixon@yorkcpc.org