• 22 S. State St. Clearfield, UT 84015
  • Main : (801) 525-5000
  • M-F 8am to 5pm

Contact Information

Phone: 801-525-5010
Email: ClearfieldWICKids@gmail.com
 Apply for WIC or request an appointment here.
Fax: 801-525-5011

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Clearfield Location

Address: 22 South State Street, 1st floor, Clearfield, UT 84015
Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; Wednesday: 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
For a map, click here.

Frequently Asked Questions-WIC

  • You will receive an eWIC smart card to buy healthy foods such as milk, fresh fruits and vegetables, whole wheat bread, tortillas, whole grain rice, juice, eggs, cereal, dry or canned beans, peanut butter and jars of baby food.
  • WIC fully supports and encourages breastfeeding because it is the best food for babies. If a baby is partially breastfed or not breastfed, WIC may provide some formula.
  • Breastfeeding support and information are available to all clients.
  • Help finding health care and other community resources.
  • With the help of the Utah Diaper Bank, WIC is able to help support eligible families with some of their diaper needs. Learn more: utahdiaperbank.org.
  • Live in Davis County (you do not have to be a U.S. citizen)
  • Be in one of the following groups:
    • Pregnant
    • Breastfeeding an infant under on year old
    • A woman who has had a baby within the past six months
    • An infant
    • A child less than 5 years of age
  • Have a family income of less than WIC income guidelines. See chart for more income guidelines (2023-2024 Guidelines). A person receiving Medicaid, the Family Employment Program (TANF), or Food Stamps already meet the income eligibility requirements.

Contact us and we can help you apply! 

Phone: 801-525-5010
Email: ClearfieldWICKids@gmail.com
Text: 801-477-6806 
Online: Apply for WIC or request an appointment here.


  • Certifications/Re-certifications: You will need to qualify for the program every 6 months. At these appointments we will check your child's growth, and then you will have an individual nutrition consultation. At each certification you will need to meet the qualifications of residency, income, and nutritional need.
  • Nutrition Classes: Between certifications you will return to the WIC clinic every 3 months to receive an eWIC card and complete a nutrition class. Classes can be completed in one of two ways: 1) online at wichealth.org (please print the participation certificate and bring it with you to your next scheduled appointment) or 2) in the clinic through a bulletin board class. You will review the bulletin board and complete the accompanying quiz.
  • Individual Nutrition Consultations: Registered Dieticians are available by appointment to provide additional counseling if you have specific nutrition concerns.
  • Breastfeeding Support is available to individuals with breastfeeding concerns. Lactation Educators and a Peer Counselor are available to answer questions and help you in person by appointment or anytime by phone.
  • Supplemental Foods: WIC is a supplemental food program, which means we only provide part of the food your body needs to stay healthy. The foods provided are chosen because they are economical and provide certain nutrients you need, such as: calcium, iron, Vitamins A, C, D, and protein.
  • Community Referrals: WIC strives to keep a current referral list to other programs in our community that you might find helpful.
Any information shared at your WIC appointment is confidential and will not be shared without your permission. The following will occur at the appointment:
  1. You need to bring and be asked to show:
    • Proof of identity for everyone who will be on the WIC program. You may bring driver's license, birth certificate, Medicaid card, letter from human services for foster children, or call with questions about other forms of ID.
    • Proof of income such as paycheck stubs from the last month for all those employed in your household. You could also bring a current month Medicaid card, unemployment check or food stamp letter.
    • Proof of Residency that is current and has a street address, not a P.O. Box. Examples are a utility bill, Medicaid card, rent or mortgage receipt, pay check stub, bank statement, etc.
    • Immunization records for all children if possible.
    • All persons applying for services need to attend since qualifying requires collection of health data, such as weight, height and hemoglobin.
  2. Health and Nutrition Assessment: 
    Next you will receive a health assessment from a WIC professional. This includes being weighed, measured and having a finger stick to determine your hemoglobin level. You will be asked a variety of questions about your family's diet and medical history. You will also have the opportunity to ask questions and consult with WIC nutritionists and/or Dieticians.
  3. Program Orientation: 
    Then you will watch a short video that will explain how to use the WIC checks at participating stores in Utah.
  4. Food Benefit Card or eWIC Card:
    Finally you will be given an eWIC card which can be used at local grocery stores for nutritious food. The first certifying appointment should take approximately one hour.

For help using your eWIC card, please visit: wic.utah.gov/ewic-info/. Here you can find helpful videos in English and Spanish. 

Go to  wichealth.org to complete the online classes. At the end of the lesson, please print your certificate of completion and bring it with you to your next appointment.
WIC breastfeeding support includes:
  • Breastfeeding classes
  • Breastfeeding peer counselors who call WIC moms before, near and after their due dates to answer questions and offer support
  • Lactation Educators in each clinic
  • Lactation Educator/peer counselor hotline for questions about breastfeeding
  • Breast pumps available to those returning to work or school and/or those in need
  • Breastfeeding referrals to other community agencies