FNS Documents & Resources
Pregnant, postpartum and breastfeeding women, infants, and children up to age 5 are eligible. They must meet income guidelines, a state residency requirement, and be individually determined to be at "nutritional risk" by a health professional.
WIC Technology Grants.
The WIC Post-Implementation Review Tool consists of two parts: the review tool itself and a Functional Area Spreadsheet. You may download the tool here.
The Operating Rules (OR) and Technical Implementation Guide (TIG) are technical resources for use by all State agencies, authorized WIC vendors and EBT industry stakeholders to apply in their EBT implementation projects for consistency in WIC EBT online purchase messages and file handling processes utilized by both smart card/offline and magstrip/online WIC EBT systems.
Contact information for WIC Nutrition Coordinators & Breastfeeding Coordinators.
Below Documents and Page links that provide WIC Guidance.
Immunizing children against certain diseases is one important way to help them stay healthy. WIC’s mission is to be a partner with other services that are important to childhood and family well-being, such as immunizations. As an adjunct to services that provide immunizations, the WIC Program’s role is to find out about a child’s need for immunizations and share that information with parents, including where to get a child immunized.