What is WIC?
WIC is the Special Supplemental Food Program for Women, Infants, and Children funded by the United States Department of Agriculture. The program provides nutritious foods and nutrition education to eligible participants. The WIC goal...
WIC strives to improve the health of participants by providing the following benefits:
Am I Eligible?
WIC is offered to persons who meet the following eligibility requirements:
A nutrition and health assessment includes:
WIC Income Guidelines increased as of July 1, 2022! Participants must meet USDA income standards. Click the link below to view income guidelines.
If you are a pregnant woman, have a child under the age of 5 years or an infant, you may apply to receive supplemental food from the WIC program. Please call 544-8798 for more information or to apply. WIC is a supplemental food program funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
WIC & Breastfeeding
Personal breastfeeding support is available at no cost through Crawford County Health Department's WIC-sponsored peer counselor program.
What happens at a clinic visit?
The following information is required to be reviewed at the appointment:
Other information to bring:
How can I apply?
Many participants in the WIC Program have jobs. In addition, they may receive Food Stamps, Public Aid, General Assistance, School Lunch, Head Start, and still be on WIC. To see if you are eligible, call your local WIC Clinic at Crawford County Health Department.