Appointments

Appointment, What Is Needed?

At the time of your appointment, each applicant will need to have their

  1. Identification
  2. Proof of Residency, and
  3. Proof of Income


You will be asked to bring any of the following for your WIC Certification appointment
(but is not limited to):

PROOF OF IDENTIFICATION

Must be current/valid original document (no photocopies)

Infants/Children

    • Immunization Record
    • Hospital Birth Record
    • Birth Certificate
    • Medicaid Card

Women or Adult (parent, guardian, or proxy)

    • Photo ID (such as drivers license, passport)
    • Work or School ID
    • Birth Certificate
    • Medicaid Card

 

PROOF OF RESIDENCY

One proof of residency may be used to certify the entire family. Parent/guardian’s proof of residence applies to the infant/child (name does not have to appear on the document used).

The following are accepted documentation forms of residency:

    • Current Utility bills for the residence reported
    • Rent or mortgage receipts for lodging/housing
    • Statement from landlord
    • State of Nevada driver’s license or state I.D. with current physical address
    • A P.O. Box address is not acceptable for proof of residence

 

PROOF OF INCOME

Bring documentation for all income received by the household members

DEFINITION OF INCOME

Income is defined as all gross income before deductions are made for income taxes, social security taxes, insurance premiums, child support, car payments, etc. All income from the prior 30 days will normally be considered, including:

    • Wages, salary, commissions, or fees
    • Net income from farm and non-farm self-employment
    • Social Security benefits
    • Dividends or interest on savings or bonds
    • Income from estates or trusts, on investments or net rental income
    • Public assistance or welfare payments
    • Unemployment payments
    • Government, civilian employee or military retirement or pensions or veterans payments
    • Private pensions or annuities or insurance benefits
    • Alimony or child support payments
    • Regular contributions from persons not living in the household
    • Net royalties
    • Other income includes, but is not limited to, cash amounts received or withdrawn from any source including savings, investments, trust accounts and other resources with are readily available to the family