Utah WIC Income Guidelines

This page provides the WIC Income Guidelines in Utah. The WIC staff uses this to determine if you are income eligible for UT 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 Utah Income Eligibility Guidelines below.

To view the full application process, how to apply for WIC in Utah. If you still have questions or issues about the income guidelines or the states WIC application process, then contact the Utah WIC program for further assistance.

Check the chart below for the Utah WIC income eligibility guidelines. Your household's gross income must be at or below the amounts shown, based upon the size of your household.

  • Pregnant women may count their unborn child as a household member
  • If you receive Medicaid, SNAP or TANF income already qualifies
Household Size Annual Monthly Twice-Monthly Bi-Weekly Weekly
1 $22,459 $1,872 $936 $864 $432
2 $30,451 $2,538 $1,269 $1,172 $586
3 $38,443 $3,204 $1,602 $1,479 $740
4 $46,435 $3,870 $1,935 $1,786 $893
5 $54,427 $4,536 $2,268 $2,094 $1,047
6 $62,419 $5,202 $2,601 $2,401 $1,201
7 $70,411 $5,868 $2,934 $2,709 $1,355
8 $78,403 $6,534 $3,267 $3,016 $1,508
Each Add: $7,992 $666 $333 $308 $154

Pregnant women count as 2 (mom and unborn child) when calculating household size. If your income qualifies, call the nearest WIC clinic in the public health department for the county in which you live. The clinic will schedule you for the next available appointment to be certified to participate in the WIC program. Some clinics offer walk-in appointments. Please contact the clinic for more information.

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