About the Program
The main focus of the WIC program is to educate mothers on the proper nutrition for babies and young children. WIC promotes a better quality of life for Texas’ most vulnerable children by providing healthful foods, nutrition education for parents, support for mothers who breastfeed, and medical and social-service referrals. Through referrals, WIC is able to aid participants in accessing further health care and other educational benefits.
Program Eligibility Requirements
· Age/Maternal Status
To view the specific eligibility requirements set forth by the Texas Department of State Health Services,
WIC of Victoria services 5 counties: Calhoun, DeWitt, Jackson, Goliad, and Victoria. Clinic sites are in Cuero, Edna, Goliad, Port Lavaca, Seadrift, Yoakum, Yorktown and Victoria. These sites are visited on various days of each month. Click here for the locations and hours of operation of these clinics.
To make an appointment at any of our clinic sites, please call our
Department of State Health Services Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and children