How to Apply for WIC

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WIC Eligibility

Women, infants and children who live in Pennsylvania, have a medical or nutritional risk, and meet the household gross income guidelines may be eligible for WIC. Medical Assistance, TANF and SNAP (Food Stamps) clients are eligible, but income documentation is required. Foster children under the age of five with an ACCESS card are eligible. Foster parent income eligibility is not required. Unborn infants count as a household member.

Income Guidelines (July 1, 2020)

Size of Family or Household Annual  Gross Income
2 $32,227
3 $40,626
4 $49,025
5 $57,424
6 $65,823
7 $74,222
8 $82,621
Each additional member + $8,399

What to bring to the first appointment 

  • Proof of Pennsylvania residence. This can include a utility bill displaying name and address, or a driver's license.
  • Proof of total household gross income.
  • Medical Assistance cards and/or statement of benefits received through TANF or SNAP, if applicable.
  • Proof of identity for each WIC eligible person. Bring one of the following:
    • Birth certificate
    • Resident card
    • Driver's license
    • Passport
    • Voter registration card
    • Pay stub
    • School ID
    • Baby's hospital papers
    • Crib card/foot prints
  • Immunization records for children from birth to 2 years of age.
  • Proof of pregnancy if applicable. (Must indicate the due date.)
  • Bring children under age 5 to their appointments.

How to make an appointment

Clients are seen by appointment only. Call the clinic most convenient to you. 
  • Coatesville - 610-455-1340
  • Toughkenamon, Oxford - 610-445-1345
  • West Chester, Phoenixville, Spring City - 610-344-6240