Harnett County,
North Carolina

Health Department 

To qualify for WIC your household income must be at or below 185% of the federal poverty income level. (See Chart below.)The guidelines are published by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS)
WIC uses your gross (before taxes/deductions) income to determine if you are eligible. WIC counts all of the members of the household. WIC counts an unborn baby as a household member.

Income Guidelines

185% of Federal Poverty Guidelines (Effective July 1, 2016)

Maximum Gross Income

Size of

Economic Unit

Annual

Monthly

Weekly

Bi-Weekly

Twice

Monthly

1

$21,978

$1,832

$423

$846

$916

2

$29,637

$2,470

$570

$1,140

$1,235

3

$37,296

$3,108

$718

$1,435

$1,554

4

$44,955

$3,747

$865

$1,730

$1,874

5

$52,614

$4,385

$1,012

$2,024

$2,193

6

$60,273

$5,023

$1,160

$2,319

$2,512

7

$67,951

$5,663

$1,307

$2,614

$2,832

8

$75,647

$6,304

$1,455

$2,910

$3,152

9

$83,343

$6,946

$1,603

$3,206

$3,473

10

$91,039

$7,587

$1,751

$3,502

$3,794

11

$98,735

$8,228

$1,899

$3,798

$4,114

12

$106,431

$8,870

$2,047

$4,094

$4,435

13

$114,127

$9,511

$2,195

$4,390

$4,756

14

$121,823

$10,152

$2,343

$4,686

$5,076

15

$129,519

$10,794

$2,491

$4,982

$5,397

16

$137,215

$11,435

$2,639

$5,278

$5,718

For each additional member of economic unit, add:

+ $7,696

+ $642

+ $148

+ $296

+ $321

 
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