Women Infants & Children

Providing supplemental food to low-income pregnant, postpartum, and breastfeeding women, infants and children until the age of five. 

The program provides a combination of 

Supplemental food vouchers and cash value vouchers are issued to participants and can be used to purchase approved food items at any of the 900+ participating WIC authorized grocery stores and pharmacies.

WIC Shopper AppScan barcodes in store to find if a product is covered by your WIC benefits. There are many key features such as WIC authorized store locations, healthy recipes, cooking and shopping tips.

WIC Smart - Nutrition education online or through the WIC Smart app.

Who is eligible?

  • Pregnant, postpartum or breastfeeding women
  • Infants or children under the age of 5
  • Tennessee residents
  • Meet the income guidelines 
  • Determined to be at nutritional or medical risk

USDA's WIC PreScreening Tool can assist you in determining whether or not you are eligible to receive WIC benefits. Note: This PreScreening Tool is not an application for WIC benefits.

What is "nutritional risk"?

Two major types of nutritional risk are recognized for WIC eligibility:

  1. Medically-based risks, such as anemia, underweight, maternal age, history of pregnancy complications, or poor pregnancy outcomes.
  2. Diet-based risks, such as inadequate dietary pattern.

Nutritional risk is determined by a health professional such as a physician, nutritionist or nurse and is based on federal guidelines. This health screening is free to program applicants.

Madison County WIC

589 East College Street
Jackson, Tennessee

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL 731-423-3020 OR CALL 1-800-DIAL-WIC (1-800-342-5942)