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Status of Montgomery County Health Department WIC services due to current COVID-19 situation:
Our WIC department is open and providing services at both locations, Hillsboro (Monday-Friday 8-12) and Litchfield (Monday and Thursday 8-12). All clients are currently able to get two to three months’ worth of benefits. We are able to do appointments over the phone and are providing curbside services for pick up of WIC benefit cards. When accessing services in our WIC department, please remember that we are working with limited staff. We appreciate your patience.
Please continue to monitor our website and Facebook page for updates. Please call 217-532-2001 if you have any questions.

The WIC (Women, Infants and Children) Program provides supplemental nutrition for pregnant, lactating, and postpartum women, as well as infants and children ages 1-5 yrs. old.  This is accomplished by providing supplemental food and education on the importance of a balanced diet.  Hopefully, this federally funded Nutrition Program can prevent many conditions, such as anemia, premature delivery and other problems associated with inadequate nutrition.

 Pregnant women, infants and children up to five years old can apply for the program. (Income Guidelines) Program regulations require that everyone be evaluated according to medical, nutritional, and financial criteria to be eligible for the food supplements. (WIC is an equal opportunity program).

The WIC program is funded through the Illinois Department of Human Services. For more information on the program click here.

For a printable PDF copy of the WIC Formula & Medical Nutritional Prescriptions form click here.

To view the USDA Nondiscrimination Statement click here.

To view the WIC Civil Rights policy click here.