We’re Here for You
Women Infant and Children (WIC) is the nation’s most successful and cost-effective public health nutrition program. We provide food, nutrition education, and support for income-eligible women who are pregnant, breastfeeding, or postpartum, and infants or children up to five years old.
We’re here for more moms and caregivers than you might think. In fact, we serve over half of all infants born in Wyoming. To get WIC assistance, you:
- Should be pregnant or have an infant or child under 5 years old
- May be in need of income assistance
- Can be receiving other benefits like foster care, medical assistance, or Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
All Caregivers Are Welcome
We talk a lot about moms. However, we offer support to anyone, working or not, who cares for a child, including:
- Foster Parents
Gross income effective July 1, 2020:
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A pregnant woman and her unborn child are counted as a household of 2.
This institution is an equal opportunity provider.
Wyoming Department of Health - WIC
Information on State of Wyoming Department of Health - WIC.
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