The Women, Infants and Children's Supplemental Food programs (WIC) are intended to prevent complications of pregnancy and to promote optimal growth and development of young children. The federal government, through its WIC program, supplements the diets of pregnant women and children up to age five.
Some of the most frequently asked questions about WIC are:
Who is eligible for WIC?
To qualify for WIC, you must:
- Live in Utah. You do not have to be a US citizen.
- Have a family income less than . A person receiving Medicaid, the Family Employment Program (TANF) or Food Stamps already meets the income eligibility requirements.
- Have a special nutritional need.
Be in one of the following groups:
- a woman who has just had a baby
- an infant
- child less than 5 years of age
What benefits does WIC provide?
If you qualify, you will be given vouchers, which can be exchanged at your local grocery store for formula, milk, cheese, and other nutritious foods. You will also be eligible to receive nutrition education.
How do I apply for WIC?
You can apply for WIC at the local health department in your area..
What are the income limits?
WIC income eligibility information can be found on the following links:
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