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Woman, Infants, and Children Program (WIC)

The CNMI Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (CNMI WIC Program) is to promote the health and well-being of the women, infants, and children of the Northern Mariana Islands through nutrition education and services, breastfeeding promotions and support, supplemental nutritious foods, and referrals to appropriate health services delivered with the highest level of efficiency.

The CNMI WIC Clinic is located at Upper Navy Hill on Fuetsa Loop
Telephone Number: (670) 664-4084
Fax Number: (670) 664-4075
Clinic Hours: Monday to Friday 7:30 am to 4:30 pm and Saturday 8:00 am to 12:00 pm

Find Out if You Are Eligible

WIC is available to CNMI’s pregnant, breastfeeding, and postpartum women, infants and children under the age of five who are at nutritional risk and who are at or below 185 percent of the federal poverty guidelines below. A pregnant woman is considered two family members.

WIC Income Eligibility Table By Family Size Effective May 8, 2019

Family Members in Household Yearly Household Income Monthly Household Income Twice-Monthly Household Income Bi-Weekly
Household Income
Weekly
Household Income
1 $23,107 $1,926 $963 $889 $445
2 31,284 2,607 1,304 1,204 602
3 39,461 3,289 1,645 1,518 759
4 47,638 3,970 1,985 1,833 917
5 55,815 4,652 2,326 2,147 1,074
6 63,992 5,333 2,667 2,462 1,231
7 72,169 6,015 3,008 2,776 1,388
8 80,346 6,696 3,348 3,091 1,546
Each Add’l Member Add  

+$8,177

 

+$682

 

+$341

 

+$315

 

+$158

Note: All WIC Income Eligibility Guidelines are based on GROSS Income, meaning before taxes or other deductions

A person or certain family members who participate in other benefits programs, such as the Nutrition Assistance Program (NAP) or Medicaid automatically meet the income requirement.

Become a WIC Client

Call us at (670) 664-4084 to make an appointment.

What to Bring to your WIC Appointment

  • Everyone who will be enrolling into the WIC Program
  • Identification for adults (Driver’s License, Photo ID)
  • Child’s Identification (Shot Record, Birth Certificate, Crib Card)
  • Proof of Income (30 days of recent paystubs, Medicaid card, NAP card)
  • Proof of Address (Mail from CUC or NAP card)

This institution is an equal opportunity provider. 

Ms. Erin A. Camacho WIC Administrator
Location: N25 Bldg., Navy Hill, Saipan
Telephone: (670) 664-4084
Facsimile: (670) 664-4075
http://www.chcc.gov.mp

The CNMI Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (CNMI WIC Program) is a short term intervention program for a lifetime of nutrition and breastfeeding health benefits. The program strives to improve the health status and wellbeing of women, infants, and children of the Northern Mariana Islands during the crucial time of development.
Program Priorities: The CNMI WIC Program provides: Nutrition education Breastfeeding support services Supplemental nutritious foods Referrals to appropriate health and social services
Program Objectives: Provide services in a participant centered manner to empower our families to make healthful choices to last a lifetime. The CNMI WIC Program serves: pregnant women, breastfeeding women up to one year postpartum. non-breastfeeding women up to six months postpartum, infants (those less than 12 months of age), and children under the age of five (5) who meet income eligibility guidelines and are determined to be at nutritional risk. In the prenatal period, we support our mothers to improve their baby's  health outcome and reduce the incidences of premature and low birth weight