Nevada WIC Income Guidelines
This page provides the WIC Income Guidelines in Nevada. The WIC staff uses this to determine if you are income eligible for NV WIC benefits. In some situations, you may be automatically income eligible if you or a family member is currently receiving benefits from other state programs including SNAP (Food stamps), TANF or Medicaid. Review the Nevada Income Eligibility Guidelines below.
To view the full application process, how to apply for WIC in Nevada. If you still have questions or issues about the income guidelines or the states WIC application process, then contact the Nevada WIC program for further assistance.
The income guidelines for the Nevada WIC program are considerably higher than for other public assistance programs, so many families with employed members can qualify for WIC. In order to qualify, your total combined household income, before taxes are taken out, cannot exceed the following income guidelines. WIC counts an unborn baby as a household member so add one to household if pregnant.
Please note, NV WIC applicants who participate in the Medicaid, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), or Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) automatically meet the income eligibility by bringing proof of their participation in one of these programs, other income documents are not needed.