The Women, Infant, and Children’s Program (WIC) provides healthy food, meetings with dieticians, and breastfeeding support to moms who are pregnant, breastfeeding and postpartum. Hardin WIC office is located next to Public Health at 809 N Custer Ave. For more information please call us at 406-665-8720
Who can qualify for the program?
You can start your qualification for the WIC program by meeting one of the following requirements:
- Pregnant woman
- Breastfeeding woman with an infant under 12 months
- Non-breastfeeding woman up to 6 months of postpartum
- Infant under 12 months of age
- Child 1 to 5 years of age
- Individuals with children participating in Medicaid, TANF, and free or reduced-price school lunch
Note: Fathers, custodial grandparents, foster parents or other guardians may apply for WIC for their children.
To participate in this program, your household income must qualify. To see the latest guidelines for the current year, please click here.
This program offers many services that provide vital nutrition support, educational resources, and healthcare services to empower families and ensure a brighter, healthier future for all. Benefits include:
- Free, healthy food
- One-on-one meetings with a dietitian
- Breastfeeding support with a certified lactation counselor
- Free nutritional screenings
- Vaccination screenings, developmental milestone education
If you qualify for the program, get in touch with our office to set up your first appointment. Please make sure you bring the following items to your appointment:
- Identification for all participants (Birth Certificate, Driver’s License, Social Security Card or Medicaid Card)
- Proof of residence
- Proof of income for all members of the household
Please note that we are closed on Federally recognized Holidays.