Ocean County Health Department

175 Sunset Avenue
P.O. Box 2191
Toms River, NJ 08754 - 2191
Toll Free - 800-342-9738
Phone - 732-341-9700

Hours of Operation: 8am -5pm


For information and questions
Contact Us at info@ochd.org


TTY - hearing impaired only!
732-831-6489

 

Public Health

 

Ocean County Animal Facility
Pet of the Week

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Snickers

Snickers would make a PURR-fect addition to any pet friendly home. She is a super sweet, playful, social girl. Snickers loves to play, she is a very active kitty. She gets along with other cats and kittens. Come meet Snickers and her other feline friends.

 

Breed: Domestic Short Hair
Impound #: S14-07-042             Size: Small- under 10lbs
Age:1-2 years
Sex: Female (S)

 

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Or call (609) 978-0127

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Women, Infants and Children (WIC)

 

FOR APPOINTMENTS, PLEASE CALL 732-341-9700, ext 7520 (TOMS RIVER)

OR 732-370-0122 (LAKEWOOD)

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INFORMATION FROM JERSEY FRESH

 

Brunilda Price, Coordinator, Community Health Services, at  bprice@ochd.org       

Meg McCarthy-Klein, Nutrition Program Coordinator/Public Health Nutritionist,

732.370.0122, megmccarthy@ochd.org

WIC Main Sites:

1771 Madison Avenue, Lakewood

175 Sunset Avenue, Toms River

333 Haywood Road, Stafford Park, Manahawkin

New Jersey WIC Services provides supplemental nutritious foods to pregnant, breastfeeding and postpartum women, infants and children up to the age of five.  WIC services include nutrition education and counseling,  breastfeeding promotion and support, immunization screening and health care referrals.

Enrollment is open to all eligible applicants.  Participation in the WIC Program is limited to those persons whose gross income (i.e. income before deductions for income taxes, employees Social Security taxes, insurance premiums, bonds, etc.) is equal or less than the income poverty guidelines (DHHS Column) increased by 185%.

No allowance is made for the use of a standard deduction nor hardship deductions when calculating a family's income.

OCEAN COUNTY WIC PROGRAM

INCOME GUIDELINES FOR 2014-2015


WIC Income Eligibility Guidelines
(Effective from July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2015)

48 Contiguous States, D.C., Guam and Territories

Family Size

Annual

Monthly

Twice-Monthly

Bi-Weekly

Weekly

1

$21,590

$1,800

$  900

   $  831

$  416

2

29,101

2,426

1,213

1,120

560

3

36,612

3,051

1,526

1,409

705

4

44,123

3,677

1,839

1,698

849

5

51,634

4,303

2,152

1,986

993

6

59,145

4,929

2,465

2,275

1,138

7

66,656

5,555

2,778

2,564

1,282

8

74,167

6,181

3,091

2,853

1,427

Each Add'l Member Add

+$7,511

 +$626

+$313

+$289

+$145

 

WIC Program Income Eligibility Standards
 
 In applying the income poverty guidelines, consider the income of the family during the past twelve months and the family’s current income to determine which is a better indicator of income.

*Local standards for income eligibility may not be set lower than 100% of the DHHS Income Poverty Guidelines. Local agencies wishing to set standards lower than the 185% must obtain State approval.