The following income guidelines help determine eligibility for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) program services. WIC is open to individuals who meet these guidelines and are determined by health professionals to be at nutritional risk. The unborn child is counted as a member of the family when eligibility is determined. Income guidelines are based on 185 percent of poverty level.
Income Eligibility Guidelines
To see if you qualify for WIC based on your income, see the chart here.
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