- 1 How do I apply for WIC in Kansas?
- 2 What do you get on WIC in Kansas?
- 3 Can I make a WIC appointment online?
- 4 What does WIC cover?
- 5 What do I need to bring to my WIC appointment?
- 6 What happens at your first WIC appt?
- 7 Is WIC income based?
- 8 How much does WIC give you a month?
- 9 What fruits are covered by WIC?
- 10 Can you get almond milk on WIC?
- 11 Can you buy diapers with WIC?
- 12 Can you use WIC online at Walmart?
- 13 Can someone else go to my WIC appointment?
How do I apply for WIC in Kansas?
To apply for WIC, or for more information, call (913) 826-1302. Or you can submit your information and we will contact you to review your eligibility and schedule an appointment.
What do you get on WIC in Kansas?
Examples of WIC foods include milk, yogurt, cheese, eggs, juice, fish, whole grains, cereal, peanut butter, beans (dried or canned), fresh fruits and vegetables, infant formula and baby food.
Can I make a WIC appointment online?
Even though we are not seeing clients in person, you can still schedule a WIC appointment online and we can meet with you over the phone or video chat. If you already have an appointment, we will contact you at your scheduled appointment time. WIC benefits can now be used to purchase more brands!
What does WIC cover?
WIC foods include infant cereal, iron-fortified adult cereal, vitamin C-rich fruit or vegetable juice, eggs, milk, cheese, peanut butter, dried and canned beans/peas, and canned fish. For women who do not fully breastfeed, WIC provides iron-fortified infant formula.
What do I need to bring to my WIC appointment?
What to Take to Your WIC Appointment
- Medicaid, SNAP, or TANF form / letter.
- Driver’s license.
- Social Security card.
- Foster placement letter.
- Picture I.D. (school, employee, or official)
- Military I.D.
- Passport or immigration records.
- Immunization record.
What happens at your first WIC appt?
At your first WIC appointment, WIC staff will check to see if you or your child is eligible for WIC. They will: Look at your proof of income for your household. Ask a few questions about your family’s health and nutrition.
Is WIC income based?
Income Requirement To be eligible for WIC, applicants must have income at or below an income level or standard set by the state agency or be determined automatically income-eligible based on participation in certain programs.
How much does WIC give you a month?
Since WIC is a supplemental program, you will still have to provide additional foods (breastmilk, formula, baby food) for your baby. To meet your baby’s full nutritional needs, it will cost you about $115 per month.
What fruits are covered by WIC?
Juice (Women and Children)
- Any fruit and/or vegetable juice or juice blends (e.g., orange, grapefruit, apple, grape, pineapple, tomato, cran-apple)
- From concentrate.
Can you get almond milk on WIC?
The WIC program offers soy beverage as an alternative to milk for those participants. Recently, other non-dairy beverages have become readily available as milk alternatives, such as almond and rice beverages. Those beverages are often marketed as healthier than cow’s milk.
Can you buy diapers with WIC?
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) & Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Federal assistance programs do not currently provide adequate funds for buying diapers. Diapers cannot be bought with SNAP (formerly called “food stamps”) or WIC. SNAP and WIC should NOT be used for diapers.
Can you use WIC online at Walmart?
Unfortunately, no. We do not currently support WIC in Grocery Pickup. SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) is the program formerly known as food stamps. Walmart accepts SNAP benefits via EBT cards at all participating Walmart Online Pickup & Delivery locations.
Can someone else go to my WIC appointment?
What about fathers? Fathers of infants and children younger than 5 can enroll their children in the WIC program. Just like any other parent or guardian, fathers can bring their children to appointments, attend nutrition classes and get benefits for their children.