Southeast Kansas Multi-County 
Health Departments

4 Counties, 1 Goal. Hope, Happiness & Health for Kansans.

Women, Infant and Children

Upcoming Clinics

Allen County
Every Tuesday of the month
Anderson County
2nd and 3rd Thursday of every month
Woodson County
1st Thursday of every month

Bourbon County WIC Contact:

The Crawford County Health Department

WIC (Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children) is for pregnant and postpartum women, infants and children up to age 5 who are determined to be at nutritional risk and meet income guidelines. You may be eligible for WIC services if you answer yes to any of the following questions:

  • Are you pregnant?
  • Are you breastfeeding a baby?
  • Have you had a baby recently?
  • Do you have a child under the age of 5?

Income
The income guidelines (PDF), which are 185% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines, are:

  • $30,044 annually for a household of 2
  • $37,777 annually for a household of 3
  • $45,510 annually for a household of 4
  • $53,243 annually for a household of 5

Online Prescreening Tool
The WIC Prescreening Tool usually takes less than 15 minutes to complete and can be used to determine if you may be eligible for WIC benefits. It is not an application for WIC.

Nutrition Education

Remember all Nutrition Education classes may be taken online for the same credit.


1. Visit WICHEALTH.ORG

2. Create an account and set up your profile

3. Complete a lesson from one of the 5 categories: 

Pregnant Women

Children 0-1

Children 1-5

Family

Parents

4. Fill out the survey

5. Print or email your certificate of completion 

eWIC Resources

The first video is from a different state but the material is all the same. The second 2 videos are courtesy of Johnson County, Kansas Health Department 

What to bring to your WIC appointment:

Completed Diet Questionnaires

Proof of Identity (Examples)


    • Photo ID, Military ID, School ID or Driver's license
    • Birth certificate or Passport
    • KS Medicaid card
Proof of Identity (Examples) 

    • Shot/immunization records
    • Birth certificate or Foster care/adoption papers
    • KS Medicaid card

WIC cannot accept Social Security Cards as proof of identity



Proof of Residency (Examples)

  • Utility bill or envelope that was mailed to you
  • Rent receipts
  • Official letter



Proof of Household Income of all people living in your house (Example)

  • Paycheck stub from current job (last 30 days)
  • SRS benefit letter
  • Medicaid/KanCare Title 19


At the appointment there will be a brief review of foods you and your children eat, medical history and current health status to determine the medical or nutritional need. If you or your child is found eligible for WIC benefits, the appointment will also include nutrition education.