Who Qualifies for WIC

WIC is for pregnant women, women who have recently had a baby, infants, and children up to the age of five years old.  Many working families qualify and participate in WIC.

Please call us to see if you are eligible.  WIC income guidelines generally change every July.  Those on Medicaid, on a medical/handicap waiver, food stamps or with an income, before taxes, which is less than the guidelines below, may be eligible:

WIC Income Guidelines:

Household Size1234567
Gross Annual Income$23,828$32,227$40,626$49,025$57,424$65,823$74,222
Gross Monthly Income$1,986$2,686$3,386$4,086$4,786$5,486$6,186

Effective July 1, 2021-JUNE 30, 2022***

WIC Locations

MCAH and WIC Main Office
333 Church Street
Ottumwa IA 52501
641-682-8784
or 1-800-452-1098

Appanoose County WIC Clinic
IHCC Centerville Campus
721 N 1st St
Centerville, IA
52544 641-680-2001
or 1-800-452-1098

Davis County WIC Clinic
Mutchler Community Center
900 E North ST
Bloomfield, IA 52537
641-680-2001
or 1-800-452-1098

Jefferson County WIC Clinic
First United Methodist Church
201 North Court Street
Fairfield, IA 52556
641-680-2001
or 1-800-452-1098

Keokuk County WIC Clinic
ISU Extension and Outreach Office
400 220th Ave A
Sigourney, IA 52591
641-680-2001
or 1-800-452-1098

Mahaska County WIC Clinic
Mahaska Health Partnership
1229 C Ave. E
Oskaloosa, IA 52577
641-680-2001
or 1-800-452-1098

Van Buren County WIC Clinic
Van Buren Community Hospital Campus
Community Service Building
304 Franklin St
Keosauqua, IA 52565
641-680-2001
or 1-800-452-1098