The Northern Kentucky Health Department provides WIC services in Boone, Campbell, Grant & Kenton counties. These services are provided to income eligible & nutritionally at-risk pregnant, breastfeeding & postpartum women, infants & children up to 5 years old. Persons who receive Medicaid or food stamp benefits automatically meet the income requirements for the WIC Program.
The Food and Nutrition Service administers the WIC Program at the Federal level; State agencies are responsible for determining participant eligibility and providing benefits and services, and for authorizing vendors.
We protect children, the elderly and the disabled from abuse and neglect. We are responsible for nearly 19,000 children in foster care, and we find permanent homes for children who cannot safety be reunited with their families. We provide food stamps and temporary cash assistance and determine eligibility for Medicaid. We provide access to substance abuse and mental health treatment.
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