Women, Infants, Children (WIC)

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Women, Infants, Children (WIC)

Hello WIC participant, thank you for accessing Delaware General Health District's WIC Resource Page. Here you can access, review, and complete education modules required three months after recertification. Please pick one module that is most related to you and your family or one that you are most interested in. Then complete the questions and hit submit. Please call your specific WIC office, Delaware/Morrow/Union county with any questions or further directions.

Thank you!

-WIC staff

Oral Health Infants & Children Module PDF



WIC is a supplemental nutrition program that provides breastfeeding support, milk, eggs, whole grains (such as bread, rice, tortillas), beans, juices, cereals, peanut butter, baby foods and vouchers for fruit and vegetables at no cost to eligible participants. Cheese and canned fish are available to women who are fully breastfeeding. 

To receive WIC you must meet federal guidelines, earn a low or moderate income:

Ohio WIC Program Income Guidelines

(Gross income before taxes and deductions may not exceed the following)

 Family Size Annual  Monthly    Weekly  
1 $22,311  $1,860 $430
2 $30,044 $2,504 $578
3 $37,777 $3,149 $727
4 $45,510 $3,793 $876
5 $53,243 $4,437 $1,024
6 $60,976 $5,082 $1,173
7 $68,709 $5,726 $1,322
8 $76,442 $6,371 $1,471

*A pregnant woman counts as more than one family member. A person who currently receives Medicaid, Food Stamps or Ohio Works First (OWF) automatically meets the income eligibility criteria for WIC.

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WIC has launched the video Creating Community Partnerships for WIC Breastfeeding Support, which highlights WIC and its partners’ efforts to encourage and support mothers to breastfeed and to increase awareness of how WIC can help programs in their efforts to support breastfeeding mothers.  WIC promotes and supports breastfeeding as the optimal method to feed infants.