Monroe County WIC Program
The goal of the WIC program is to support and educate pregnant, breastfeeding and postpartum women, infants, and young children in achieving optimal health and nutrition!
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Read the WIC Rights and Responsibilities here.
This institution is an equal opportunity provider. Please find the full non-discrimination statement here.
What Does WIC Provide?
*Nutritious foods such as milk, eggs, cereal, fruits, vegetables, whole wheat/whole grain foods, juice, canned or dried beans and peas, peanut butter…
(View WIC Shopping Guide for a full list of foods)
*Breastfeeding education and support
*Individualized Nutrition Education for eating healthy during pregnancy
*Individualized Nutrition Education for your infant and toddlers
*Individualized Nutrition Education and Fit Families program for preschoolers
*Referrals to community programs
How do I apply for WIC or see if I’m eligible?
CALL 608-269-8671 to complete the screening process by phone
DOWNLOAD the prescreen application below; complete; and e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org
WIC Staff will contact you to follow up after receiving the form.
Where is WIC Located?
315 West Oak Street; Suite B
Sparta, WI 54656
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Farmers’ Market Locations
100 Block of North Water Street
Mueller Square Downtown Sparta
Third week of May to third week of October
Saturdays 8 am – noon; Wednesdays 3 pm – 6 pm
1300 Superior Avenue
May through October
Wednesdays 11 am-6 pm; Saturdays 6 am-1 pm
Download nutrition resources for Monroe County below:
Monroe County Food & Nutrition Resources – English
Monroe County Food & Nutrition Resources – Spanish
Our Monroe County nutrition resources guide is updated annually.
If you notice any errors or would like to have your food pantry added to the guide, please contact Patricia Hagen
Getting colorful fruits and vegetables in your diet everyday can be easier than you think!
You can search the Produce for Better Health (PBH) Foundation’s recipe data base here.