A single parent, grandparent, or adult caring for a child under age 5, working full time & making less than $17.54/hr may qualify for WIC.
What is WIC?
WIC offers support to anyone – working or not – who cares for a child. This includes moms, dads, foster parents, guardians, pregnant women, grandparents, & step-parents.
Together with our partners at the Geary County Health Department, WIC provides an electronic benefit card to spend on healthy foods plus nutrition & health education, breastfeeding support and many other support services for income-eligible women who are pregnant or postpartum, infants, and children up to age five.
If you currently receive Medicaid, SNAP, or TANF you automatically qualify for WIC.
Effective May 2023, WIC income eligibility guidelines are:
View the full WIC income eligibility chart here.
Ready to learn more?
Your WIC electronic benefit card can be used to buy a wide variety of healthy foods at more than 340 grocery stores statewide. Learn more about WIC-approved foods here.
Some examples of WIC foods include:
Learn about WIC Food Packages for:
Breastfeeding Peer Counselors (BFPC) are women in the community with personal breastfeeding experience, who currently or previously received WIC benefits. Peer Counselors provide education and support for WIC mothers.
Call and speak to one of our experienced, friendly staff who can help answer your questions and make your appointment.