Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Nutrition Program

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What is WIC? The Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Program is a supplemental nutrition program that helps families stay healthy!

What does WIC provide? WIC provides access to healthy foods, nutrition education, breastfeeding support, support for families and caretakers of young children, and resources and referrals for other services.

Who is WIC for? You can participate in WIC if you:

  • Are pregnant, a new mom, breastfeeding, or have an infant or child under age 5.
  • Live in Montana
  • Receive Medicaid or have a family income less than or equal to WIC income guidelines (see below).
  • Have a nutritional need determined by a WIC nutritionist.

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Who is eligible?

  • Pregnant individuals            
  •  Breastfeeding individuals
  •  Postpartum individuals
  •  Infants
  •  Children under 5 years

Are there income limits?

Participants must meet household income guidelines.

If you receive Medicaid, SNAP, or TANF benefits for a child in your care, you may automatically qualify for WIC.

If you are unsure if you meet the income criteria, check out the WIC Prescreening Tool.

How do I sign up?

There is no application to fill out. Just bring these to the WIC office: 

  • Medicaid card, if you have one
  • Photo ID
  • Proof of address (such as a utility bill)
  • Proof of income