South Dakota WIC Income Guidelines
This page provides the WIC Income Guidelines in South Dakota. The WIC staff uses this to determine if you are income eligible for SD WIC benefits. In some situations, you may be automatically income eligible if you or a family member is currently receiving benefits from other state programs including SNAP (Food stamps), TANF or Medicaid. Review the South Dakota Income Eligibility Guidelines below.
To view the full application process, how to apply for WIC in South Dakota. If you still have questions or issues about the income guidelines or the states WIC application process, then contact the South Dakota WIC program for further assistance.
To participate, you must meet the South Dakota WIC income guidelines based on your family size which are listed below or be a recipient of SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program), Medicaid (approved aid code), TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families), or FDPIR (Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations).
If you are a salaried or hourly earner, you'll need to provide all income received by the household during the month (30 days) prior to the date of your application for South Dakota WIC. If you are self-employed or a farmer, bring in your most recent US1040 income tax form. They use your net earnings to determine your income qualifications.