Everett Clinic:
3020 Rucker Ave, 
Everett, WA 98201
Phone: (425) 252-5303

Thursday    8AM–4:30PM
Friday    8AM–4:30PM
Saturday    Closed
Sunday    Closed
Monday    8AM–4:30PM
Tuesday    8AM–4:30PM
Wednesday    8AM–4:30PM

There are over 200 WIC clinics across Washington State. To find a WIC clinic near you:

Snohomish Health District WIC Clinic

The Official WIC program is available to low to moderate income pregnant women, recently delivered women, breastfeeding women, infants, and children up to age 5 who are at nutrition risk. Fathers can also bring their children to apply for WIC. You may apply for WIC if you are working or unemployed. Check the Income Guidelines Table to see if you are eligible for WIC. 


The Snohomish Health District Women, Infants and Children (WIC) nutrition program provides help to pregnant women, moms and families with food assistance and education. 
WIC gives pregnant women, new moms, infants, and children a healthy start by providing:

  •   Free checks of $50 to $100 a month to purchase healthy foods at your local grocery store
  •   Breastfeeding tips and support
  •   Help finding health care and other services
  •   Health screenings and referrals
  •   Nutrition and health screenings, education and counseling

Extra help for low income families
The staff at Snohomish Health District WIC clinics offer other services too:

  •     Free breast pumps on-loan for working moms
  •     Immunizations for adults and babies
  •     Dental health services at no cost to WIC families
  •     First Steps free Medicaid health insurance and support services to help pregnant women and babies succeed

Find out if you're eligible

WIC is for women, infants and children with limited income. You might already be eligible for services and not even know it. If you receive Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), Basic Food stamps or other federal food assistance such as for tribal members, you are automatically eligible for WIC.

Eligible women:

  • Pregnant
  • Breastfeeding a baby under 1 year of age
  • Have had a baby in the past 6 months

Eligible families:

  • Parents, step-parents, guardians, and foster parents of infants and children under 5 on behalf of their children

What to bring to your first WIC visit

  • Each family member who might receive WIC services - bring the children under age 5
  • Proof of income for everyone in the household (including salaries, child support and alimony, foster care payments, interest withdrawn, unemployment compensation, and military earnings)
  • Proof of residence (utility bill, bank/insurance statement, or driver’s license); the document must be current and show your name and street address (no P.O. boxes)
  • Official identification for you and for any infant or child applying for WIC (birth certificate, driver’s license, crib card, military ID, photo ID, Social Security Card, hospital record, Provider One card or medical insurance card)
  • Immunization record for each child
  • Notice of Case Action letter if you receive Basic Food benefits, TANF, or FDPIR.

WIC income guidelines

Eligibility for WIC assistance depends on household size and monthly income:
Effective April 11, 2016

All of the information provided on this page comes from the Snohomish Health District WIC page.