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WIC Program

Submitted by CCPH on June 06, 2020 at 10:50am.
Get Healthy Heights Columbia Community Partnership for Health

COVID-19 UPDATE: All WIC visits will be conducted telephonically through June 30, 2020 

The Women, Infants, and Children’s Supplemental Food Program (WIC) is a federally and NYSsupported supplemental food program for low-income families. WIC provides a monthly package of nutritious foods for qualified women and children. 

Who Should Apply

• Pregnant, postpartum (up to six months after birth) and breastfeeding women  (for up to one year after the birth of their child)

• Infants to age one year • Children up to age 5 

How to Qualify 

Call your WIC Center for an appointment. Plan to submit the following documents:

• Proof of address (rent receipt, utility bill, etc.)

• Proof of income (pay stub, unemployment  benefits, Medicaid card, etc.)

• Some form of identification (adult) and birth certificate and immunization records for each child being applied for

• Completed WIC medical referral form

NY-Presbyterian Hospital WIC Site Locations 

Nagle Avenue Clinic 
68 Nagle Avenue New York, NY 10040 
Tel (212) 304-4723 Fax (212) 304-0428 
Monday- Friday: 8am- 4:30pm 


Washington Heights/180th Street 
Breastfeeding Center 
549 West 180th Street, 2nd Fl. New York, NY 10033 

Tel (212) 928-0307 Fax (212) 928-8632 

 Monday- Friday: 8:30am-4:30pm 


Vanderbilt Clinic 
622 West 168th Street, VC 4 New York, NY 10032 
 Tel (212) 305-7122 Fax (212) 305-8407 
Monday-Friday: 8:30am–4:30pm 


Charles B. Rangel WIC Clinic 
Charles B. Rangel Community Health Ceter

534 West 135th Street  New York, NY 10031 
Tel (212) 939-7830 Fax (212) 939-7835 
Monday- Friday: 8:30am 4:30pm 


Chinatown WIC clinic 
244 Grand St, 4th Floor New York, NY 10002 
Tel (646) 588-2646 Fax (646) 588-2547 
Monday & Wednesday: 8am-6pm Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays: 8am-5pm 



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