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Eligibility

WIC serves women, infants, and children in families with income at or below 185 percent of the federally poverty level or enrolled in Medicaid; and who are at risk for nutritional deficiencies. Participant categories consist of pregnant, postpartum and breast-feeding women; infants and children up to their fifth birthday.

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To apply for WIC services, contact either the State WIC office or your local health department.

Services

Participants receive:
  • a nutrition assessment
  • health screening
  • medical history
  • body measurements (weight and height)
  • hemoglobin check
  • nutrition education
  • breastfeeding support
  • referrals to other health and social services
  • and vouchers for healthy foods.

Vouchers

The following video provides an overview of how WIC vouchers can be used to purchase WIC approved foods.

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