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WIC Eligibility Assessment 

Your response to the previous question allows you to continue our assessment.  Please review the following chart then choose the option on the right below that best describes your family and income.  Please note: There are some exceptions to the standard income guidelines that may qualify you for WIC benefits.  If your income is slightly above the guidelines given below, go to our Local Agency Search (opens a new browser window) to discuss your potential eligibility with a WIC staff person.

Number of persons in Family Unit*: Unborn children should be counted in family total.
Example: Pregnant woman with a single unborn child are counted as two (2) in family unit.
Pregnant woman with two unborn children (twins) are counted as three (3).


Hourly**: Decimals are rounded up to the nearest dollar/cent.

 

WIC Income Guideline Table - 185% Federal Poverty Level
Effective April 1, 2013 to June 30, 2014

GROSS INCOME
(Before taxes)

 

Number of persons in Family Unit*

Annual

Monthly

Weekly

Hourly**

OPTION

1

$0 - $21,257

$0 - $1,772

$0 - $409

$0 - $10.23

A

2

$0 - $28,694

$0 - $2,392

$0 - $552

$0 - $13.80

B

3

$0 - $36,131

$0 - $3,011

$0 - $695

$0 - $17.38

C

4

$0 - $43,568

$0 - $3,631

$0 - $838

$0 - $20.95

D

5

$0 - $51,005

$0 - $4,251

$0 - $981

$0 - $24.53

E

6

$0 - $58,442

$0 - $4,871

$0 - $1,124

$0 - $28.10

F

7

$0 - $65,879

$0 - $5,490

$0 - $1,267

$0 - $31.68

G

8

$0 - $73,316

$0 - $6,110

$0 - $1,410

$0 - $35.25

H

More than 8

$7,437 per added
family member

$620 per added family member

$144 per added
family member

$3.58 per added family member

I

 

 

NONE OF THE ABOVE
There are some exceptions to the standard income guidelines that may qualify you for WIC benefits.  If your income is slightly above these guidelines, 
go to our Local Agency Search (opens a new browser window) to discuss your potential eligibility with a WIC staff person.

 
 
Last modified on: 4/16/2013 10:16 AM