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Resources

Below are some resources that you may find helpful.  There are links to forms, educational materials, and many other items to assist you in interacting with Greeley County Health Department.

Eligibility

Who’s Eligible?

WIC serves Kansas residents who are:

  • Pregnant
  • Breastfeeding, up to baby’s first birthday
  • Non-breastfeeding mothers, up to six months after baby’s birth
  • Infants and children under five years old

WIC clients must meet WIC income guidelines (or see “Additional Resources” below) and have a medical or nutritional need.

Many working people are eligible for WIC and don’t realize it.

For Your Appointment

You will need to bring:

Proof of Identity

(Examples)

Photo ID

  • Driver’s license
  • School ID
  • Birth certificate
  • KS Medicaid card
  • Passport
  • Military ID

Proof of ID for Child

(Examples).

Shot/immunization records

  • Birth certificate
  • Foster care/adoption papers
  • KS Medicaid card

WIC can not accept Social Security Cards as proof of identity

Proof of Residency

(Examples)

Envelope that was mailed to you

  • Utility bill
  • Rent receipts
  • Official letter

Proof of Household Income for all people living in your house

(Examples)

Paycheck stub from current job

  • SRS benefit letter
  • Medicaid/Healthwave 19 card
  • Income tax form for self-employment

Completed Diet Questionnaires

At the appointment there will be a brief review of foods you eat, medical history and current health status to determine the medical or nutritional need. If you or your child is found eligible for WIC benefits, the appointment will also include nutrition education

Additional WIC Resources
Kansas Statewide Farmworker Health Program

Kansas Statewide Farmworker Health Program (KSFHP)

Mission: KSFHP works to provide comprehensive primary care services to address the unique health care needs of migrant and seasonal farmworkers and their families.

Vision: Healthy, happy and productive farmworkers and dependents in Kansas.

Family Registration Form

KSFHP Employment & Income Self-Declaration Form (English)

Formulario de Auto Declaración KSFHP Empleo e Ingresos

Satisfaction Survey

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