WIC Offices in Kansas

There are 109 WIC Offices in Kansas, serving a population of 2,903,820 people in an area of 81,737 square miles. There is 1 WIC Office per 26,640 people, and 1 WIC Office per 749 square miles.

The state of Kansas is ranked 4th in WIC Offices per capita, and 29th in WIC Offices per square mile.

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Kansas Children & Family Household Statistics

Find Kansas Demographics of Children Living in Households, Family Characteristics of Households with Children, Children With Disabilities Living in Single-Parent Family Households, Relationship of Children to Householder, and Income of Family Households with Children. Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau; American Community Survey, 2018 ACS 5-Year Estimates.

Kansas Demographics of Children Living in Households
 KansasUnited States
Children Living in Households713,27073,309,412
Children Under Age 6 Living in Households32.9%32.4%
Children Age 6 to 11 Living in Households33.6%33.7%
Children Age 12 to 17 Living in Households33.5%33.9%
Children With Disabilities4.3%4.2%
Kansas Family Characteristics of Households with Children
 KansasUnited States
Children Living in Owner-Occupied Housing Units67.3%60.5%
Children Living in Renter-Occupied Housing Units32.7%39.5%
Children Living in Married-Couple Households506,51148,705,923
Children Living With Male Householder55,7995,720,161
Children Living With Female Householder146,32718,380,491
Unmarried Partner of Householder Present7.8%7.9%
Kansas Children With Disabilities Living in Single-Parent Family Households
 KansasUnited States
Children With Disabilities Living With Male Householder3.9%4.3%
Children With Disabilities Living With Female Householder6.8%6.2%
Kansas Relationship of Children to Householder
 KansasUnited States
Own Child (Biological, Step, or Adopted)91.3%88.0%
Grandchild5.4%7.9%
Other Relatives1.5%2.4%
Foster Child or Other Unrelated Child1.8%1.7%
Kansas Income of Family Households with Children
 KansasUnited States
Median Income of Households with Children$70,487$71,048
Children Living in Households Receiving Public Assistance18.1%26.3%
Children Living in Households Below the Poverty Line15.6%19.5%
Children Living in Households At or Above the Poverty Line84.4%80.5%