WIC Program Information

WIC is a free nutrition education program that provides assessment, counseling and supplemental foods based on the nutritional needs of pregnant and breastfeeding women, infants and children up to five years of age. Qualifying for the program is based on income and nutritional or medical need. WIC reduces healthcare costs and infant mortality, low birthweight and premature births. Ensure to call or stop by and ask about our Farmers' Market WIC Vouchers. 

WIC helps give pregnant and breastfeeding moms, infants and children a healthy start with:
  • Healthy food each month: fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, milk, eggs, cereal, cheese, dried beans, juice, peanut butter and baby food for infants
  • Nutrition and breastfeeding tips
  • Growth and weight checks
  • Help with referral to Family Planning, Immunizations and other health services

Eligibility


WIC Income Guidelines per month:
  • Family of 2 earning up to $2,470
  • Family of 3 earning up to $3,108
  • Family of 4 earning up to $3,747
  • Family of 5 earning up to $4,385
  • Family of 6 earning up to $5,023
  • Family of 7 earning up to $5,663

Resources



Washington WIC Nutrition Program does not discriminate. For more information about the WIC program, you can visit the Washington State WIC Website or call us at White Salmon, 509-493-1558 or toll free 1-888-267-1199 Goldendale 509-773-4565 or toll free 1-888-291-3521.