SPCC WIC- Wayne County

The New York Women, Infants, Children (WIC) program in Wayne County enables single mothers and fathers to fill their children’s dietary needs. NY WIC has thousands of approved foods, including healthy choices such as fruits, vegetables, 100% juice, whole grain products, infant formula, milk, eggs, and more. WIC helps New York families succeed and gives them funds they need to eat foods necessary for health, strength, and happiness.

The SPCC of NY recognizes the importance of WIC in enabling parents to put the needs of children first, as well as improving their own health and nutrition. With benefits such as nutrition assessment, education, support from other parents, breastfeeding counseling, and monthly checks to purchase nutritious foods, Wayne County WIC can make a major difference for eligible families. Parents with children up to age 5 can apply for state WIC benefits today.

SPCC WIC continues to provide services through this trying time.

We will continue to provide ALL Services over the phone until further notice.

Our procedures have been put in place to help protect our families, our staff and our community during this COVID-19 outbreak.

*Prior to your appointment, please update your phone number with us if it has recently changed!



Regular hand washing can help prevent the spread of germs and is one of the best ways to avoid catching or transmitting COVID-19. You and your child should wash your hands for 20 seconds—the length of time it takes to sing the ABC song—after coming in from playing outside, before preparing meals and after going to the bathroom.

Lavarse las manos con regularidad es una de las mejores maneras de evitar contagiarse o propagar el COVID-19. Enséñales a tus hijos a lavárselas durante por lo menos 20 segundos, lo que toma cantar la canción del alfabeto.

We are in this together! Help your neighbors on WIC by leaving items with a WIC-approved label on the shelves. These are for WIC participants who must follow set guidelines for the foods (including brands and sizes) that they can purchase with their WIC benefits. If we leave WIC-approved items on the shelves, we can ensure that WIC participants do not go home empty handed. #WICStrong #InThisTogether

Ahora es común ver estantes vacíos en el mercado. Si no participas en WIC —y no reúnes los requisitos para los beneficios de WIC— por favor, piensa dos veces antes de comprar alimentos con una etiqueta de aprobación de WIC al lado del precio. Estos alimentos son para los participantes en WIC, quienes deben seguir ciertas normas sobre qué alimentos comprar (además de marcas y tamaños) con sus beneficios de WIC. Por favor, ten en cuenta las necesidades de tu vecino. #WICStrong #JuntosEnEstas

We must all play our part to avoid stockpiling key products – like infant formula – to ensure that all shoppers can purchase the products they need.  WIC participants are our neighbors, our friends, and our community. #YouGotThis

eWIC makes shopping for WIC foods easier for WIC families.

What is an eWIC card?

An eWIC card is like a debit card. You can use your eWIC card to buy WIC-approved foods at WIC stores. Your local agency will add your family’s benefits to your eWIC account.

How does eWIC help WIC Families?

eWIC means a more convenient shopping experience. eWIC shoppers can expect:

  • an easier check-out
  • a more discreet transaction
  • the freedom to spread out WIC purchases

How does eWIC help WIC Vendors?

Stores can expect:

  • an easier checkout
  • faster payment
  • fewer checkout errors

How do I get WIC benefits on my WIC account?

At your WIC appointment, WIC staff will add your benefits to your family’s eWIC account. You will get a list of your family’s WIC benefits for the next three months. The list will have start and end dates for your benefits.

Who should I contact if I have trouble with my eWIC card?

  • Talk to your local WIC agency staff
  • Visit your store’s customer service desk
  • Call eWIC Card Customer Service at 1-844-540-3013
  • Visit www.WICconnect.com

Is my eWIC card reusable?

Yes. Keep your eWIC card and take it to all your appointments.

How will I use my eWIC card when I shop?

  1. Choose WIC foods using your WIC shopping list, benefit balance, Foods Guide, and WIC2Go.
  2. Pick a checkout lane that accepts WIC.
  3. Tell the cashier that you are using an eWIC card.
  4. Place your WIC items first, ahead of other foods.
  5. Swipe your eWIC card and enter your 4-digit PIN.
  6. Use another form of payment for non-WIC items.
  7. Keep the store receipt and eWIC card for your next WIC shopping trip.

The steps may vary from store to store.

What if I have more questions about eWIC?

Talk to your WIC local agency

(585) 394-9240 – Phone Line

(585) 481-8488 – Text Line

Check out the NYS eWIC Card Guide brochure

NYS eWIC Card Guide Brochure

Check out the NYS WIC Pictorial Foods Guide available in multiple languages.

More Pictorial Shopping Guides in Other Languages Are Available at the "More Pictorial Shopping Guides" Link below.

English Pictorial Shopping GuideSpanish Pictorial Shopping GuideRussian Pictorial Shopping GuideChinese Pictorial Shopping GuideMore Pictorial Shopping Guides

What is WIC2Go?

WIC2Go is a mobile app for New York State WIC Participants. WIC2Go can help you:

  • Check the dates and times of your WIC appointments
  • Check your current month’s benefit balance and expiration date
  • Scan items to see if they are WIC-approved
  • Locate WIC clinics
  • Locate WIC stores

How do I create an account on WIC2Go?

To create an account, you will need your eWIC card number, your date of birth, and your zip code.

Can I use WIC2Go without an eWIC account?

Yes. After downloading the app, individuals will be able to locate clinics, stores and resources. Participants with an eWIC account can scan items to see if they are WIC approved, check current month’s balance and expiration date, and view appointments.

Find a WIC Store

NYS WIC Vendors

Breastfeeding and COVID-19 Guidance


SPCC WIC Peer Counselor Program

SPCC WIC Peer Counselor private Facebook group- WIC Moms Talk Breastfeeding.

  • To join our private group; Log into your personal Facebook account, in search bar, search WIC Moms Talk Breastfeeding and request to join!  Our team will accept your request, it’s that simple!

 Sign up for a peer counselor at your next WIC appointment!

The Farmers' Market Nutrition Program (FMNP) provides checks to women, infants and children for the purchase of locally grown, fresh fruits and vegetables. Fresh fruits and vegetables can be purchased with checks at farmers' markets during the summer and fall. The program runs from June - November 30.

Importance of Fruits and Vegetables

Most fruits and vegetables are naturally low in calories and provide essential nutrients and dietary fiber. They may also play a role in preventing certain chronic diseases. The Dietary Guidelines recommend filling half your plate with colorful fruits and vegetables at each meal.

Who Benefits from the Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program?

FMNP checks enable WIC participants  to obtain nutritious, fresh produce in addition to the foods WIC  provides. In 2016, there were 600 farmers’ markets operating in New York State and nearly 1,000 farmers participating in the Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program.

In addition to distributing fresh vegetables and fruits, the FMNP provides nutrition education in a variety of settings.

The Authorized Markets and Farmers

Markets and farmers enrolled in the Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program offer customers with $4.00 FMNP checks a place to spend their benefit for fresh, local, unprocessed fruits, vegetables and culinary herbs. Below is a list by county, of current farmers’ markets, farm stands and mobile markets enrolled in the Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program.

A list of NYS farmers’ markets by region can be found below.

Farmers' Markets

Legal Assistance of Western New York, Inc (SNAP)


Seneca County   (ext. 1008)

Wayne County  (ext. 1018)

Ontario County  (ext. 1023)

Livingston County

1-585-572-1714 /toll free  1-844-232-5562

Monroe County

1-585-295-5624 /toll free  1-866-277-9411

SPCC WIC-Facebook page

Like/follow us on Facebook for recipes, breastfeeding and nutrition tips, events, announcements, and much more!

Facebook page

Department of Social Services (DSS)

(315) 946-4881

Wayne Co. DSS- WebsiteExchange Marketplace

Public Health

(315) 946-5749

Social Security Admin.

(800) 772-1213

Child Support Services

(888) 208-4485

Call Department of Social Services in your County OR Legal Assistance of Western New York at (315) 781-1465

Single Mothers Resources


Child Health Plus

(800) 698-4543

Growing Up Healthy Hotline

(800) 522-5006

New York State Smokers Quit Line

(866) 697-8487


Child Protective Services

(800) 342-3720

Public Transportation- RTS

Wayne Co. (315) 946-5617

Community Action Programs (CAP)

(315) 665-0131

Early Intervention

(315) 946-5749

Head Start

Wayne County

Clyde: (315) 923-4782

Huron: (315) 594- 6122

Lake Ontario ABCD: (315) 589-7421

Lyons: (315) 946-5388

Newark: (315) 331-8172

Palmyra: (315) 597-0279

Red Creek ABCD: (315) 754-8759

Sodus: (315) 483-6789

Sodus UPK: (315) 483-5282

Housing & Urban Development (HUD)

(315) 477-0616

Cornell Cooperative Extension

(315) 331-8415

MOMS Program

(315) 536-5160

Child Care Council

(315) 331-5443

Substance Abuse Services

NY State HOPEline (provides help 24/7): (877) 846-7369

Finger Lakes Addictions & Counseling (FLACRA): (315) 331-3862

Prevention Education: (315) 789-0310

Breastfeeding Information

SPCC WIC Peer Counselor Program- sign up for a peer counselor at your next WIC appointment!

SPCC WIC Peer Counselor closed Facebook group- WIC Moms Talk Breastfeeding

Breastfeeding Partners-websiteDepartment of Health-WebsiteBreastfeeding ResourcesMy Breastfeeding ChecklistHow to Clean Your Breast PumpWIC Breastfeeding Support

Dentist's Accepting Medicaid

List by County

Wayne County Food Pantries

List of Food Pantries

NYS Income Guidelines Effective through June 30, 2021

English NYS Income GuidelinesSpanish NYS Income Guidelines

Self Declaration Forms

This form is required for applicants unable to produce proof of income, residence (address) or identification because documentation does not exist anywhere, self-employed (no tax documents exist), paid in cash (does not receive paystubs), homelessness, theft, disaster, migrant worker.

English WIC Self-Declaration FormSpanish WIC Self-Declaration FormRussian WIC Self-Declaration FormChinese WIC Self-Declaration Form

Resource Brochure and Participating Stores/Vendors

Resource BrochureParticipating Stores Vendor List

WIC Acceptable Foods Card - NEW - New York State WIC Acceptable Foods Card Supplement 2020

English Foods CardSpanish Foods CardChinese Foods CardRussian Foods CardNew York State WIC Acceptable Foods Card Supplement 2020

(585) 394-9240 – Phone

(585) 481-8488 – Text Line

(585) 394-9285 – Fax Number

Office Locations

SPCC WIC Newark Clinic
Cannery Row
513 W. Union St
Newark, NY 14513
ph: (585) 394-9240
fx: (315) 573-7158
Office Hours:
Monday-Friday 8am – 4:30pm

Clinic Hours:
1st & 3rd Mondays 8:15am – 3:00pm
2nd & 4th Mondays 12:15pm - 7:45pm
Fridays 7:30am - 3:30pm
SPCC WIC Sodus Clinic
Myers Medical Office Bldg.
6600 Middle Rd, Suite 1500
Sodus, NY 14561
ph: (585) 394-9240
fx: (315) 573-7158
2nd & 4th Tuesdays 1:15pm – 7:15pm
SPCC WIC Wolcott Clinic
Faith Methodist Clinic
12223 Oswego St.
Wolcott, NY 14590
ph: (585) 394-9240
fx: (315) 573-7158
1st Tuesday & 3rd Wednesdays: 9:45am - 3:00pm
SPCC WIC Clyde Clinic
St. Joseph’s the Worker Parish
43 West Dezeng Street
Clyde, NY 14433
ph: (585) 394-9240
fx: (585) 394-9285
1st Wednesday of each month
Call (585) 394-9240 or text (585) 481-8488 for more information!

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