Income Guidelines

You may be eligible if:

  • You are pregnant or breastfeeding, or you have a child under age 5 (including foster children and fathers or grandparents raising children), and
  • You meet the income guidelines below

If you are unemployed:

  • We will use your current gross income, not what you made when you were working.
  • We do not consider the value of your assets or savings when determining income eligibility.

Effective April 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020

Maximum Gross Income to Qualify 

Number of Persons in Family UnitAnnualMonthlyTwice MonthlyBi-WeeklyWeeklyHourly
*1 $23,107$1,926 $963$889$445$11.12
2 $31,284$2,607$1,304$1,204$602 $15.05
3$39,461$3,289$1,645$1,518$759 $18.97
4 $47,638$3,970$1,985$1,833$917$22.92
7$72,169$6,015$3,008 $2,776$1,388$34.70
Per added family member$8,177$682$341$315$158$3.91

*Note: A pregnant woman counts as 2 in determining number of persons in family unit.

If you exceed the income guidelines above, but are receiving Medi-Cal, Food Stamps, or TANF, you may still be eligible for WIC benefits.

The USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

Women-Infants-Children (WIC)

Nutrition Program

County of Sonoma

Women-Infants-Children (WIC)
1450 Guerneville Road
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
38.456732, -122.733857

Online Resources

Federal WIC Program
This website is provided by the Food and Nutrition Service (FNS), the Federal agency of the U.S. Department of Agriculture responsible for administering the WIC Program at the national and regional levels.

State WIC Program
This website is provided by the California Department of Health Services, WIC Supplemental Nutrition Program.