New Jersey WIC is a public health nutrition program that provides education, nutritious food and improved access to health care and social services for low or moderate-income pregnant women, new mothers and children younger than five years of age. New Jersey WIC helped about 282,000 residents in 2015.Learn More
The state's strategic plan for the continued operation and development of New Jersey WIC is available for public review.Download the strategic plan for New Jersey WIC
The New Jersey Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women Infants and Children is commonly known as WIC. WIC is a successful public health nutrition program that provides wholesome food, nutrition education and community support for income eligible women who are pregnant and post-partum, infants and children up to five years old.
If you are a current WIC participant or are seeking to enroll in WIC benefits, this section contains information that you need.
Healthcare professionals are important partners for New Jersey WIC.
WIC partners with many farmers and farmers' markets around the state. Participants can use WIC funds to purchase selected fresh farm goods.
Information for retail vendors who currently or seek to work with the WIC program.
Cathleen D. Bennett
P.O. Box 360
Trenton, NJ 08625
New Jersey is home to over 2,000 licensed hospitals, nursing homes, and medical care facilities. The New Jersey Department of Health works to ensure that citizens receive appropriate levels of care in every regulated facility.
New Jersey's local and county health departments are community-based public health service and a first point of contact for questions about public health services or health conditions.