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I’m Moving. Is There a WIC Clinic Where I Am Going?


WIC is available in all 50 states, 34 Indian Tribal Organizations, America Samoa, District of Columbia, Guam, Commonwealth Islands of the Northern Marianas, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands.

To apply for WIC services or to transfer your certification you will need to make an appointment at the WIC Clinic office nearest you.

To find a clinic in Utah County

To find a clinic in all areas of Utah:
http://www.health.utah.gov/wic/pdf/General/Clinic%20Locations.pdf

To find a clinic in all areas where WIC is available:
http://www.fns.usda.gov/wic/Contacts/statealpha.HTM


How Do I Transfer to Another Clinic?

If you want to transfer to another clinic and continue to receive WIC services you will need to transfer your certification. Tell a WIC employee from the clinic where you certified that you need a copy of your Verification of Certification (VOC).

You can transfer your certification to a new clinic as long as your certification has not expired. If your certification has ended you do not need a VOC. You can just make an appointment to certify at your new clinic.


What to Bring to Your New Clinic

You can transfer your certification to a new clinic as long as your certification has not expired. If your certification has ended you do not need a Verification of Certification (VOC). You can just make an appointment to certify at your new clinic.

At your new clinic you will need to have:

  • A copy of your Verification of Certification (VOC)
  • Prescription for special formula or supplement, if needed
  • Proof of identity
  • Proof of residence

Please contact your new WIC Clinic if you have any questions or to make an appointment.

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