Women Infants and Children (WIC) Program


The Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Program is one of Gateway’s largest outreach programs, serving thousands of clients in Atlantic, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland and Salem counties. 

WIC is a supplemental nutrition program for eligible women, infants and children and provides eWIC benefits for nutritious foods and baby formula. In addition, participants receive education on proper nutrition, health screenings and referrals for additional services. During summer, WIC's Farmers Market Program provides each eligible WIC participant a total of   $30 for the season to purchase fruits, vegetables and herbs from authorized farmers.

WIC provides breastfeeding support and counseling for prenatal and postpartum women. WIC also promotes compliance with the Childhood Immunization Schedule with its Immy Bear, who visits community fairs, classrooms and other areas where children gather. 

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(above) Gateway WIC, 2881 Mt Ephraim Avenue, Camden, NJ


    WIC Benefits and Services

    • eWIC benefits for nutritious foods
    • Nutrition education and counseling
    • Breastfeeding education and support
    • Immunization screening and referrals
    • Referrals for free or reduced cost health care
    • Referrals to health or social services

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    WIC Questions? WIC Comments?

    Please let us know your county of  residence and your telephone number so we can best assist you.


    Gateway WIC Locations 

    Atlantic City WIC
    139 N Iowa Ave.
    Atlantic City, NJ 08401
    Prog. Nutritionist: Mayper Warrington
    Hours: Wed: 8:00-5:30; 
    Mon, Tue &Thu: 8:30-4:30
    Ph.  (609) 246-7767; Fax: (609) 541-3840
    Galloway WIC
    333 E. Jimmie Leads Rd.
    Galloway, NJ 08205
    Prog. Nutritionist: Katie Hennessey & Holly Henrichs
    Hours: Thu: 8:00-5:30;
    Mon, Tue, Wed & Fri:8:30-4:30
    Ph.: (609) 382-5050; Fax: (609) 382-5051
    Blackwood WIC
    1111 South Black Horse Pike
    Blackwood, NJ 08012
    Prog. Nutritionists: Krista Mead
    Hours: Thu: 8:00-5:30;
    Mon, Wed, Tue & Fri: 8:30–4:30
    Ph. (856) 302-1405; Fax: (856)-352-2406
    Camden/Mt. Ephraim WIC
    2881 Mt Ephraim Ave., Unit 6-7.
    Camden, NJ 08104
    Contact: Pam Ryan, Asst. Coordinator
    Site Supervisors:  Adrienne Kahn & Nicole Harvey
    Hours: Mon, Wed, Thu & Fri: 8:00-4:30;
    Tues 8:00-6:00
    Ph. (856) 225-5050/ 5051; Fax: (856)-225-0282
    Cape May WIC
    Cape May, NJ 08210
    Prog. Nutritionist: Antonio Visram
    Senior WIC Clerk: Nancy Frankenfield
    Hours: Mon& Thu: 8:00-4:00;
    Tue: 7:00-3:00
    CLOSED: Wed & Fri
    Ph.  (609) 465-1224; Fax: (609) 465-0432
    Bridgeton WIC
    10 Washington St.
    Bridgeton, NJ 08302
    Hours: Mon, Tue, Thu & Fri: 8:00-4:30
    Wed: 8:00-5:30
    Ph.  (856) 451 -5600; Fax: (856) 453- 9478
    Millville WIC
    811 W. Main Street, Suite F
    Millville, NJ 08332
    Prog. Nutritionist: Lauren Exel
    Hours: Mon & Thu: 8:30-4:30
    CLOSED: Tues, Wed & Fri
    Ph.  (856) 300-5352 or call Bridgeton WIC
    Fax: (856) 506-8007
    Vineland WIC
    610 E Montrose St.
    Vineland, NJ 08360
    Prog. Nutritionists: Kathleen Speranza & Nevine Aboudishisha
    Hours: Mon, Wed & Fri: 8:00-4:30 &
    Tues: 8:00-5:30
    CLOSED: Thursday
    Ph.  (856) 691-4191; Fax: (856) 691-2410
    Salem WIC
    14 New Market St.
    Salem, NJ 08079
    Prog. Nutritionist: April Bradley
    Hours: Tue: Thu & Fri: 8:30-4:30
    CLOSED: Mon & Wed
    Ph.  (856) 935-8919 or call Bridgeton WIC
    Fax: (856) 935-1817

    For more information visit the New Jersey WIC Website at:  https://www.nj.gov/health/fhs/wic/index.shtml

    What is WIC?

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    Who is Eligible to Apply for and Receive WIC Benefits?

    • Pregnant women
    • Women who have delivered a child within the last six months
    • Breastfeeding women who have delivered a child within the last year
    • Infants and children under five years old

    To be eligible, people in these categories must:

    • Have a medical condition or limited access to nutrition that places their health at risk
    • Live in New Jersey and provide proof of residency
    • Meet income guidelines

    What to Bring to a WIC Appointment

    When you visit your local WIC agency or WIC clinic for the appointment you've scheduled, please ensure that all applicants in the family, including children, are present for the appointment.

    You will also need to bring the following materials:




    WIC : Breastfeeding Support

    WIC : Nutrition Education