WIC Income Eligibility Guidelines – 185% Poverty Level
(Effective from April 16, 2013 – June 30, 2014)

48 Contiguous States, D.C., Guam and Territories

 

Economic Unit Income
  Annual Monthly Twice-Monthly Bi-Weekly Weekly
1
$21,257
$1,772
$886
$818
$409
2
$28,694
$2,392
$1,196
$1,104
$552
3
$36,131
$3,011
$1,506
$1,390
$695
4
$43,568
$3,631
$1,816
$1,676
$838
5
$51,005
$4,251
$2,126
$1,962
$981
6
$58,442
$4,871
$2,436
$2,248
$1,124
7
$65,879
$5,490
$2,745
$2,534
$1,267
8
$73,316
$6,110
$3,055
$2,820
$1,410
Each Additional Member Add
+ $7,437
+ $620
+ $310
+ $287
+ $144

 

Count a pregnant woman as 2

For each additional family member, add $7,437 to the yearly income. (For example, a family of 9 making $80,753 a year is income eligible for WIC. Certification to the program is based upon residential eligibility, categorical eligibility, income eligibility (185% of poverty) and nutritional need based on a medical/nutritional assessment.