Still, they have 2 kids to raise.
True story. And they certainly are entitled to some help.
I don't know what WIC is
Women, Infants & Children. It's a governmental service that allots a specific amount of "coupons" (almost like food stamps, but they are not food stamps; you should also apply for those) per month for formula or food. When I breast fed Angelina, I got WIC, and they gave me coupons for things like tuna, peanut butter, carrots, milk, etc, so I would be properly nourished and producing healthy milk. When I transitioned her into formula right before she turned 1, I got coupons for formula, and I think even some baby food (like the cereals they have for babies). As she got older, we got coupons to the local farmer's market for local produce (they had just started doing that, so I'm not sure if they still do), in addition to coupons for the grocery store for eggs, milk, cheese, cereal, juice. . . it's really helpful. When you're living on a modest budget, groceries can make or break you, especially when you have little mouths to feed. If you're pregnant, you especially need to be getting this help. You are most certainly entitled to proper nutrition to nourish your bebe. Also, something that helped me was samples that the hospital and doctor's office gave out of formula. They understand the difficulty in young parenting, and the financial strain, and most doctors are cool as hell about it; they don't want to see your baby improperly nourished. It impacts their growth and development, both musculoskeletally and neurologically.
I'm not sure if you live in the States, though. I do, so I know it's available. Regardless, wherever you live should have some knid of program and assistance available to you.