Call the WIC office near you to set up an appointment
- State WIC Hotline 1-800-242-4WIC (4942)
- Allegany County (301) 759-5020
- Anne Arundel County (410) 222-6797
- Baltimore City Health Dept. (410) 396-9427
- John Hopkins University (410) 614-4848
- Baltimore County (410) 887-6000
- Calvert County 1-877-631-6182
- Caroline County (410) 479-8060
- Carroll County (410) 876-4898
- Cecil County (410) 996-5255
- Charles County (301) 609-6857
- Dorchester County (410) 479-8060
- Frederick County (301) 600-2507
- Garrett County (301) 334-7710
- Grantsville Residents (301) 895-3311
- Harford County (410) 273-5656
- Howard County (410) 313-7510
- Kent County (410) 810-0125
- Montgomery County (301) 762-9426
- Prince George County Health Dept. (301) 856-9600
- Greater Baden (301) 324-1873
- Greenbelt Area (301) 762-9426
- Queen Anne’s County (410) 758-0720
- Somerset County (410) 749-2488
- St. Mary’s County 1-877-631-6182
- Talbot County (410) 479-8060
- Washington County (240) 313-3335
- Wicomico County (410) 749-2488
- Worcester County (410) 749-2488
For more information regarding resources please ask your WIC Service Associate. Feel free to visit our MD WIC Website to view other resources that may be beneficial to you or your family.
WIC will help you with referrals for health care, immunizations, medical assistance, food assistance and other community programs. We have numerous flyers at our location and on-site locations to hand you and that are sometime included in your WIC folder along with other paper work.
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