Your WIC Visit

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How Often are WIC Visits

Most families have a WIC visit once every three months. Some visits will include getting you and/or your child's height, weight and iron checked.  Other visits will be for nutrition classes.

Who Can Do WIC Business?

No one other than the first or second cardholder can conduct WIC business.

Each WIC family will be assigned an eWIC cardholder.  A family is eligible to have two cardholders both of whom can complete WIC business.

This includes: Attending appointments, scheduling appointments, attending classes and  shopping with eWIC.

First Cardholder 
Must either be the woman participant or the parent or caretaker from the same household as the infant or child participant. 

Second Cardholder
Does not have to be part of the same household as the first cardholder and participants.  There is no age, relationship, or other criteria or restrictions as to whom the first cardholder may select as their second cardholder.


Contact WIC

Contact Us
(541) 682-4202 
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(541) 682-4248

Lane County WIC Program
151 W 7th Ave.
Room 210
Eugene, Oregon 97401

8:00 am-6:30 pm
8:00 am-4:30 pm 

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WIC Supervisor
Tammy Johnson



Free parking in the Health & Human Services parking lot located behind the building off of Charnelton street

Metered parking on Charnelton street

Hult Center Parking Garage - 7th & Olive
$1per hour

Willamette Street Parking Garage - 7th & Willamette
1st hour is free

*No Parking at Columbia Bank* 


Lane County WIC has several locations for your convenience.  Our main office is in Eugene, however our satellite clinics can be found throughout Lane County. 

*Springfield: RiverStone Clinic, 2073 Olympic St.
*Cottage Grove:
DHS Family Center, 305 Coop Ct.
WAC, 47674 School St.
Nazarene Church, 1536 12th St.

Please contact the main WIC office in Eugene if you'd like to schedule a visit at any of our clinics. 

Satellite clinics do not have phone service and are open for limited hours.

two girls and their mother pictureYou and/or your child get to take part in a brief health screening that may include one or more of the following:
   * Health and diet history
   * Height and weight
   * Blood test for anemia
   * Nutrition counseling/education
   * Referrals to community resources

Please plan on spending around an hour at the WIC office for your visit.  Appointment lengths vary depending on how many family members we will be seeing.