Find Out if You Are Eligible for WIC Services

WIC is available to the CNMI’s pregnant, breastfeeding, and postpartum women, infants and children under the age of five who are at nutritional risk and who are at or below 185 percent of the federal poverty guidelines below. A pregnant woman is considered two family members. A person or certain family members who participate in other benefits programs, such as the Nutrition Assistance Program (NAP) or Medicaid automatically meet the income requirements.
WIC Income Eligibility Table By Family Size
Effective May 8, 2019
Family Members in Household Yearly Household Income Monthly Household Income Twice-Monthly Household Income Bi-Weekly Household Income Twice-Monthly Household Income
1 $23,107 $1,926 $963 $889 $445
2 $31,284 $2,607 $1,304 $1,204 $602
3 $39,461 $3,289 $1,645 $1,518 $759
4 $47,638 $3,970 $1,985 $1,833 $917
5 $55,815 $4,652 $2,326 $2,147 $1,074
6 $63,992 $5,333 $2,667 $2,462 $1,231
7 $72,169 $6,015 $3,008 $2,776 $1,388
8 $80,346 $6,696 $3,348 $3,091 $1,546
For Each Additional Family Member Add: +$8,177 +$682 +$341 +$315 +$158
Note: All WIC Eligibility Guidelines are based on GROSS Income, meaning before taxes or other deductions.
Become a WIC Client
Call us at (670) 664-4084 to make an appointment.

 What to bring to your WIC Appointment:
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Last Updated:1/30/2020