WIC - Information for Local Agencies - Minnesota Dept. of Health

Reports & Data


MN WIC Program

Birth Outcomes; Breastfeeding; Weight Status, Growth & Anemia; Health Risks; Participation & Demographics; Other Reports & Data Click to open Birth Outcomes datawheel reports Click to open Weight Status, Growth and Anemia datawheel reports Click to open map of MN Reports Dashboard Click to open Participation and Demographics datawheel reports Click to open Other Data & Reports datawheel reports Click to open Health Risks datawheel reports Click to open Breastfeeding reports dashboard
Health Equity, Reference Documents and Infoview Click to open Health Equity Click to open Reference Documents and Infoview

MN WIC Information System (HuBERT) supports WIC services at the State and Local level. Pre-defined and ad-hoc reports are a component of the system.

The Data Wheel above provides access to additional summary level information. Click on a topic in the data wheel to view available reports.

Health Equity is attainment of the highest level of health possible for all people. Minnesota WIC provides race and ethnicity data on several health measures to help identify inequities, develop strategies to address them, monitor progress and evaluate successes.

Reports based on participant locations (by Cities, Counties and CHBs of residence) can be found on these pages.

WIC staff will find corresponding reports (by Grantees and Local Agencies) on FileZilla (FTP site). Other reports are available through HuBERT or Infoview. Click the Reference Documents and Infoview button to find information about how to access and use the pre-defined and ad-hoc reports.

WIC Local Agencies can request data information or assistance with reports using the: Local Agency HuBERT - Change Request Form.


For more MN public health data please see the following, which have some WIC data integrated into their data:

  • Minnesota County Health Tables
    A compilation of public health data for Minnesota and its 87 counties. WIC data are found under the Morbidity section in 2011 and later. In 2010 and prior years, WIC data are found in Demographics.