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FOR WIC CLIENTS:
 

 

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Women, Infants & Children (WIC Program)

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The Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) is a health and nutrition program that provides supplemental foods, health care referrals, and nutrition education for low-income pregnant, breastfeeding, and non-breastfeeding postpartum women, and to infants and children up to age five who are found to be at nutritional risk.

 

 

 

WIC services available for qualifying participants include:

  • Assessment of nutritional needs

  • Nutrition counseling and a variety of learning opportunities

  • Benefits for nutritious food (food packages vary depending on certification category)

  • Breastfeeding promotion and support

  • Project Fresh

  • Immunization assessment and referral

  • Hemoglobin and blood lead testing for eligible participants

  • Fluoride varnish for eligible participants

  • Referrals to other health and social service agencies

 Eligibility for Services:

  • Resident of the state of Michigan

  • Income eligible (see income guidelines below) or on Medicaid, Food Stamps, or FIP

Michigan WIC Income Guidelines – Effective Date:  May 15, 2013
Based on gross income* (before taxes) cannot exceed the following amounts:

Family Size 

Hourly

Weekly

Monthly 

Annually 

  1 

 $10.22

$409

$1,772 

$21,257 

 2

13.80

552

2,392 

 28,694

 3

17.38

695

 3,011

 36,131

 4

20.95

838

 3,631

 43,568

 5

24.53

981

 4,251

 51,005

 6

28.10

1,124

 4,871

 58,442

 7

31.68

1,267

 5,490

 65,879

 8

35.25

1,410

 6,110

 73,316

For Additional Family Members add $7,437 annually

Note: A pregnant woman is counted as one (1) plus the number of infants expected (1 or more)
when determining income eligibility for for the family.
 
 
 
MONROE COUNTY WIC CLINIC LOCATIONS:
 
Monroe County Main Office
2353 S. Custer Road
Monroe, MI 48161
(734) 240-7905
Fax: (734) 240-7902
Hours: Mon/Tu/Th/Fri 8:30a - 5:00p, Wed 8:30a -7:00p
  
Temperance Clinic
Temperance Family Medical Center
8765 Lewis Ave
Temperance, MI 48182
(734) 240-7905
Hours: Th 9:00a - 4:00p
  
Carleton Clinic:
Carleton Family Medical Center
130 Medical Center Drive
Carleton, MI 48117
(734) 240-7905
Hours: Every other Tu 9:00a - 4:00p
 
 

Appointments are required at all locations.  To schedule a WIC appointment, please call 734-240-7905.   

  • For questions about breastfeeding, please call the BREASTFEEDING WARMLINE anytime day or night.  A Lactation Specialist will return your call within 2 business days.  734-240-7901.
  • For questions about your WIC appointment at the Monroe County Health Department - WIC Program, please call 734-240-7905.
  • For problems or questions about using your WIC EBT card please call 1-888-678-8914 (toll free).
  • To report your WIC EBT card lost or stolen or to change your PIN number please call 1-888-678-8914 (toll free).
  • To report vendor or client program abuse please call 1-800-CALL-WIC (toll free). 

   

*For more information about the Michigan WIC Program visit: www.michigan.gov/wic
 
 
 
Breastfeeding is recognized worldwide by scientific and medical organizations as a means to improve infant nutrition and maternal health, promote child development, and reduce health disparities.  Communication is an essential part of protecting, promoting and supporting breastfeeding. Research shows that when mothers get breastfeeding help from lactation consultants and peer counselors and receive support from family, friends, and employers, they resolve questions and problems quicker and become more satisfied with their breastfeeding experience.  With new lines of communication being created every day, we have the ability to help families use these information channels to broaden support and spread breastfeeding information.  The Monroe County WIC Program can provide you with more information on breastfeeding and breastfeeding support in our community.  For questions about breastfeeding, please call the BREASTFEEDING WARMLINE anytime day or night.  A Lactation Specialist will return your call within 2 business days.  734-240-7901.
 
 
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