We are still conducting phone appointments to provide benefits, remote breastfeeding support, resources, and more.

New to WIC?

How to enroll, income guidelines, before your first appointment.  

Remote breastfeeding support

How we can support you at home.

Having issues finding food and formula?

Expanded foods list, authorized stores, formula finder.

Education Handouts

Nutrition Education and handouts for appointments

Contact us

Text, email, call, Facebook

Resources for all

Money, food, breastfeeding, housing, education

New to wic? Need to enroll?

Click here to check eligibility and start the online enrollment process.

Please review the following before your 1st appointment:


Not new to wic? But transferring to the WIC Card? 

Please review the following before your 1st phone appointment:

  1. WIC App – See the guide on setting up your California WIC App in Click here for English or Selecióna aqui para Español.
  2. Watch these videos:
  3. Review these PDFs:
    • Rights & Responsibilities:









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Breastfeeding Support

  • Breastfeeding Help Line (559) 263-1162 Call Monday – Friday 8:30am to 7pm and Saturday 10am to 2pm
  • Facebook group Breastfeeding Mommas
  • Video BF support through Zoom with our lactation consultants (IBCLCs). To access this video service, please contact us by email, text, or phone.

Breastfeeding Helpline (559) 263-1162

(M-F 8:30 am-7 pm)

Email our IBCLCs at wicbfservices@fresnoeoc.org

Text - send fresnoeocwic to 1-888-412-5922

Having issues finding food and formula?

Nutrition Education & Handouts for Appointments

Certification Appointments

More options for contacting us

We are experiencing a higher than normal call volume. You can also reach us by text message at  1-888-412-5922 or email us at wicexpress@fresnoeoc.org

If you try to call, please expect longer than normal wait times. Calls are answered in the order received.

Resources – General


  • Online Nutrition Education
    WIC Health – WIC Nutrition Education and Recipes – complete your nutrition education online before your next appointment.
  • Medical/Cal-Fresh/CalWORKS – To apply for CalFresh, Medi-Cal, CalWORKS benefits and general relief. Applicants will be contacted by telephone and mail to inform of date/time for personal phone interview.
  • Fresno County Behavioral Health – (800) 654-3937
    Access to services or Crisis Line 24/7. The Department of Behavioral Health provides help for postpartum depression and other mental health and substance abuse issues to adults within the County of Fresno.
  • Suicide Prevention Lifeline (800) 273-8255
  • Nurture 2 Nurture – (559) 244-4531
    Offers screenings and counseling referrals for maternal depression and anxiety. Also provides support groups, telephone support, and education.

Breastfeeding Support – Local

  • Fresno EOC WIC Breastfeeding Help Line (559) 263-1162. Call Monday – Friday 8:30am to 7pm and Saturday 10am to 2pm.
  • Fresno Facebook group Breastfeeding Mommas.
  • Fresno EOC WIC Video BF support through Zoom with our lactation consultants (IBCLCs). To access this video service, please contact us by email, text, or phone.
  • La Leche League – (559) 426-5553.
  • Community Regional Medical Center – (559) 459-6288.
  • Saint Agnes Medical Center – (559) 450-5210.
  • Break Time for Nursing Mothers – the law.

Breastfeeding Support – General


Domestic Violence

  • Marjaree Mason Center provides safe housing
    24/7 hotline: (559)233-HELP (4357)
  • Child Protective Services (559) 255-8320
  • Victim/Witness Service Center (559) 600-2822
  • Comprehensive Youth Services (559) 229-3561

Financial Help

  • PG&E Assistance Fresno EOC LIHEAP Program offers help with energy assistance
  • Discounts on your PG&E bill through the PG&E CARE or FERA program
  • Free Internet Comcast is offering free internet for 60 days to those who qualify. Click or call 1-855-846-8376 (English) or 1-855-765-6995 (Spanish) to get signed up.
  • Apply for Cal-Fresh
    (559) 600-1377 – (Formerly Food Stamps) Issues monthly electronic benefits that can be used to buy most foods in many markets.
  • CalWORKS– (Formerly TANF) Financial assistance for families meeting eligibility requirements.


  • Fresno area food distributions
  • Apply for Cal-Fresh
  • Food Distribution Calendar from Central California Food Bank – 559-237-3663
  • Salvation Army food pantries and Family Stores
    1752 Fulton St, Fresno, CA 93721
    (559) 233-0139
  • Catholic Charities Fresno
    Fresno, CA – 93701
    (559) 237-0851
  • No Kid Hungry – Enter your address to find free, healthy meals being served by organizations in your community.
  • Food Express Bus – Pick up to-go meals for your children (ages 1-18) at 5 locations, Monday-Friday. Click the link for locations.

School Meals during COVID-19


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