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WIC Overseas Program
Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Overseas Program 

The WIC Overseas Program is available to eligible participants living overseas, including:
  • Active duty service members and their family members
  • Department of Defense civilian employees and their family members
  • Department of Defense contractors and their family members

The criteria for WIC Overseas eligible participants are determined by a WIC Overseas Counselor.  The criteria used to determine eligibility is income, family size, and certain other criteria.  Once you or a family member is certified by a WIC Overseas Counselor, you can enroll in the program.  If you are enrolled in the WIC Program in the U.S. and have transferred overseas, call your local WIC Overseas Program office to determine if you are eligible to participate in the WIC Overseas Program. The Women, Infants and Children Overseas Program is currently in 12 countries (Belgium, Cuba, Germany, Italy, Japan, Korea, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Turkey, and the United Kingdom.

To learn more about the WIC Overseas Program benefits , eligibility criteria or location of the nearest WIC Overseas office contact or visit the website  www.tricare.mil/wic  or e-mail the WIC Overseas Program at  or call the WIC Overseas Program Manager at 1-877-267-3728, ext. 218 or  simply contact your base or information operator or the TRICARE Area Office.