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WIC Enrollment

HHM Health has partnered with the Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) program to offer pregnant and postpartum women, as well as children up to age five, access to nutritious foods at no cost. In addition to providing healthy foods, WIC promotes healthy eating habits through nutrition education.

All WIC services are provided free of charge. These include individual assistance, nutrition education, breastfeeding support, and group services.




5750 Pineland Drive, Ste 326
Dallas, TX 75231


Tuesday 8:00 AM -12:00 PM,  Thursday 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Who is eligible for WIC?

WIC is open to many incomes and families. If you or your children receive Medicaid, SNAP or TANF, you already meet the income eligibility guidelines for WIC and your application can be processed faster. Even if you do not receive these programs, you may still qualify for WIC by meeting the income guidelines for your household. Participating in other benefit programs does not affect the amount of WIC benefits you receive.

Number of Household Members*Gross Monthly Household Income**
1$0 up to $2,322
2$0 up to $3,152
3$0 up to $3,981
4$0 up to $4,810
5$0 up to $5,640
6$0 up to $6,469

*A pregnant woman’s household can be increased by the number of infants she is expecting. For more than six household members, or if you have any income questions, call the clinic.
** Income can also be determined on a weekly or biweekly basis.

How to Enroll

  1. Start your application online or over the phone.
    If you apply online, a WIC team member will contact you to set up an appointment. They will tell you all the information needed to determine your eligibility which typically includes proof of your address, benefits programs, income and identification. Please be sure to tell the WIC team member that you want to visit the WIC location inside HHM Health
  2. Attend your WIC appointment.
    Your appointment includes a visit with a nutrition expert to answer any questions you may have about health, nutrition or breastfeeding.
  3. Get benefits and go shopping!
    If you qualify, you’ll get food benefits designed to meet your needs and a WIC card to use at the grocery store. Then, you can go shopping and get healthy foods for your family!

What to Bring to Your WIC Appointment

If you don’t have any of the items listed below or have questions, call the WIC clinic to find out what you should bring to your appointment.

1. Each Person Applying for WIC must come to the clinic for their appointment. Please bring an extra diaper for infants and toddlers because they need to be weighed in a clean, dry diaper.

2. Identification

If you are on WIC:

  • Bring the Texas WIC EBT card and identification for any NEW family members applying for WIC. See the
    list below under “If you are not on WIC.”

If you are not on WIC:

  • Bring identification for yourself and each person applying for WIC. Any of the IDs listed below are
    • Medicaid, SNAP, or TANF form / letter
    • Driver’s license
    • Social Security card
    • Foster placement letter
    • Picture I.D. (school, employee, or official)
    • Military I.D.
    • Passport or immigration records
    • Immunization record
    • Birth certificate
    • Crib card, hospital discharge papers, or hospital I.D. bracelet

3. Proof of Where You Live

Bring one of the following with your name, street address, city, state, and zip code. WIC cannot accept P.O. boxes as proof of residence.

  • Medicaid, SNAP, or TANF form / letter
  • Utility (light, water, or phone) or credit card bill
  • Foster placement letter
  • Business letter
  • Rent receipts, agreement, or a letter from the landlord
  • Letter from a homeless shelter

If you live with someone and do not receive mail at their address, bring: a signed letter from the person you live with stating their name, address, and phone number, AND a document such as a light, water, phone, or credit card bill addressed to the person who signed the letter.

4. Proof of Income for Everyone in the Household

Bring all sources of income. Examples include:

  • Medicaid, SNAP, or TANF form or letter (dated the same month as your appointment)
  • Paycheck stubs dated within 30 calendar days of your appointment (example: weekly pay, bring four paycheck stubs)
  • Social Security benefits statement
  • Tax return IRS 1040
  • Unemployment insurance benefit statement
  • Child support (e.g., court papers or history of payments)
  • Worker’s compensation statement
  • Retirement income statement
  • If you receive financial support from someone who lives outside of your household, bring a signed and dated letter from the person or social service giving support with their name and the amount and type of support given.

5. Immunization Records for infants and children, if available.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Pregnant women
  • Breastfeeding women
  • Women who had a baby within the last six months
  • Parents, step-parents, guardians, and foster parents of infants and children who are younger than 5.

If you are on Medicaid, TANF, or SNAP, you meet the income eligibility guidelines for WIC. If you don’t qualify for these programs, you may still qualify for WIC by meeting the income guidelines for your household.

You must live in Texas. You do not have to be a U.S. citizen to be part of the WIC program. Apply in person to learn if you are eligible.

If you meet the income and nutrition requirements:

  • Infants and children can stay on WIC until they turn 5.
  • Women who are pregnant receive WIC food benefits until the end of their pregnancy.
  • Women who are fully or partially breastfeeding receive WIC food benefits until their baby is 1-year-old.
  • Women who are mostly or only formula feeding receive WIC food benefits until their baby is 6-months-old.

Fathers of infants and children younger than 5 can enroll their children in the WIC program. Just like any other parent or guardian, fathers can bring their children to appointments, attend nutrition classes and get benefits for their children.

No, the Texas WIC card can only be used in Texas.