- Behavioral Health
- Breast and Cervical Health
- Center for Specialized Pulmonary Services
- Children's Health Services
- Eligibility Requirements
- Family Planning Clinical Services
- Healthcare Practitioner Disease Reporting
- HIV Clinical Services
- Hospital Emergency Room Alternatives Program (HERAP)
- Menu Planning
- Nurse Family Partnership
- Public Health Nursing Careers
- Refugee and Immigration
- Teen Health
- Women's Health
- Pharmacy Services
900 University Boulevard North
Jacksonville, Florida 32211
What is WIC?
- Healthy foods
- Nutrition education to help families eat better and save money on food
- Breastfeeding information and support
Who is eligible for WIC?
- A pregnant woman
- A breastfeeding woman
- A woman who just had a baby or
- An infant or child under 5 years old
WIC income guidelines are 185% of the most current U.S. Poverty Income Guidelines. These income guidelines are periodically changed. Please check with your local WIC office for the most current income guidelines. This table is provided for your information only. The actual WIC income eligibility determination is done at the local WIC office. All applicants must bring proof of ALL household income to the local WIC office.
WIC Income Guidelines
For a pregnant woman, each unborn baby counts as 1 extra person in the household size.
|Size of Household||Monthly Income Before Taxes and Deductions|
Breastfeeding Education and Support Program
Breastfeeding promotion and support is an integral part of nutrition services. The program strives to increase the initiation and duration of breastfeeding among women. The program provides:
- Home Visits
- Breastfeeding Café
- Breastfeeding Education and Support
- Breastfeeding Support Groups
- Loan of Electric Breast pumps
For more information on breastfeeding initiatives or questions regarding locating a breastfeeding consultant, please call 904-253-2361 or call the Breastfeeding Warmline at 904-253-2083.