Get your growing family the support they need with Texas WIC!
The free program provides nutritional education, breastfeeding resources, and food packages for qualifying women and children up to age 5. And if you’re expecting, you can start as soon as you learn the good news! To qualify, check out Texas WIC’s updated income requirements for pregnant moms who reside in the state. Plus, check the link to Texas WIC below to start your application.
Start your journey toward a healthy lifestyle for you and your child with Texas WIC.
WIC INCOME REQUIREMENTS 2023
Households with the following gross yearly income per member:
- 1 household member can qualify making up to $26,973 gross yearly income per household;
- 2 household members up to $36,482 gross yearly income;
- 3 household members up to $45,991 gross yearly income;
- 4 household members up to $55,500 gross yearly income;
- 5 household members up to $65,009 gross yearly income and
- 6 household members up to $74,518 gross yearly income
Parents, step-parents, guardians, and foster parents of infants and children who are younger than 5 can apply.
Texas WIC can help you give your baby a healthy start with education, counseling and nutritional foods. The program provides FREE resources to help you along your pregnancy, including nutrition counseling and FREE healthy food packages to help ensure you and your baby have a healthy pregnancy. To see if you qualify for the program, apply online at texaswic.com/apply.
JC FOOD MART IS A SERVICE PROVIDER FOR THE WIC PROGRAM, NOT A PART OF THE WIC PROGRAM
Mothers only want the best for their babies, and that usually starts with the news you are expecting. Luckily for qualifying Texas residents there is a program that helps mothers make sure their nutritional needs are being met to help ensure the best healthy start for their babies. Texas WIC offers nutrition education, free supplemental foods and support for moms and babies.
Here are some of the best ways Texas WIC offers help to expecting moms and moms with children up to age 5.
- WIC provides supplemental foods to qualifying pregnant, breastfeeding, and non-breastfeeding postpartum women.
- WIC helps to improve the health of pregnant women and their babies. That includes providing baby formula to babies in need.
- WIC provides nutrition education and counseling to help participants make healthy food choices.
- WIC helps participants access other social services.
- WIC has been shown to reduce the incidence of low birth weight babies, according to studies on USDA’s website.
For easy WIC grocery shopping, visit JC Food Mart stores in San Antonio. Bilingual clerks help WIC clients get all their WIC foods in one easy stop. There are 10 stores throughout San Antonio. Visit today to find out how easy WIC shopping can be. Find a store near you at jcfoodmart.com/locations