Sandusky County Public Health can be contacted 24 hours a day in the event of an after-hours public health emergency. 

Public health emergencies could include:

An immediate environmental health hazard (e.g. drinking water contamination)

An infectious disease of immediate public health concern

(a Class A reportable disease, which requires disease reporters to contact the health department immediately by phone)

How to Apply for WIC

It’s easy to apply for WIC. Simply call our clinic at 419-334-6363 to schedule an appointment and

bring the following required documentation from the checklist below:

WIC Appointment Checklist Reminder

 

WIC Appointment Policy

 

Print and complete the forms below that apply to you or your child,

and bring them with you to your scheduled appointment.

Available WIC Forms:

WIC Program Application Form

 

WIC Health History for Infants

-Historial de Salud de WIC para Infantes

 

WIC Health History for Children

-Historial de Salud para Niños de 1 hasta 5 Años

 

WIC Health History for Pregnant Women

-Historial de Salud de WIC para Mujeres Embarazadas

 

WIC Health History for Breastfeeding and Postpartum Women

-Historial de Salud de WIC para Mujures Lactando/Amamantando o en Postparto