Income Guidelines
Effective June 1, 2015

Family Size

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

Gross Annual

$21,775

$29,471

$37,167

$44,863

$52,559

$60,255

$67,951

$75,647

Gross Monthly

$1,815

$2,456

$3,098

$3,739

$4,380

$5,022

$5,663

$6,304

Gross Weekly

$419

$567

$715

$863

$1,011

$1,159

$1,307

$1,455







If you are on Medicaid (Title XIX) insurance, you automatically qualifty for the WIC program!

If you would like to be contacted with more information or to get signed up click here .

2015-2016 WIC CLINIC SCHEDULE and Clinic Information

IOWA WIC PROGRAM website



Feed Your Family's Future!

Join the WIC Program

Feed Your Family Well

The WIC Program can help your family start strong and stay that way.
We can give you information on how to keep your family healthy,
and we will give you checks to buy healthy foods for free.

  • Milk, Eggs;
  • Cereal, Juice;
  • Whole Grain Breads, Rice, Tortillas, or Oatmeal;
  • Fresh or Frozen Fruits;
  • Fresh or Frozen Vegetables;
  • Peanut Butter or Beans; and
  • Infant Formula and Baby Foods

Further Your Family’s Finances

WIC is an income-based service and most WIC families work and still qualify.  WIC is not a handout, but a little extra help for families.  Families receiving Medicaid, FIP, or Food Assistance/SNAP may also participate in WIC. 

WIC – Healthy Foods Make Healthy Kids!

For Who?

  • Pregnant Women
  • Non Breastfeeding Moms (up to 6 months after delivery)
  • Breastfeeding Moms (up to 12 months after delivery)
  • Babies
  • Children under the age of 5
eWIC is coming the Fall of 2015... stay tuned!

eWIC is an electronic system that replaces the paper food checks with a card that you can use to receive your WIC foods at authorized grocery stores.

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Marion County Public Health Department
2003 N. Lincoln
Box 152
Knoxville, IA 50138
Phone: (641) 828-2238
Fax: (641) 842-3442