Address:2206 NW 99th StVancouver, WA 98665(27 Miles Away)Map & Directions
Services: Provides clothing and supplies for newborns and their families, including a layette with gowns, pajamas, undershirts, fleece sleepers, wash-cloths, receiving blankets, quilt or crib blanket, diapers, wipes and other items. Accepts donations of new or gently used clothing, bedding, blankets, toys, and furniture. Does not accept used car seats, drop-side cribs, or mattresses.
Eligibility: Low-income households with newborns
Address:2926 E StWashougal, WA 98671(29 Miles Away)Map & Directions
Services: A faith-based organization that provides free information and referrals to those who are experiencing unplanned pregnancies. Services include abstinence education, pregnancy testing, pro-life counseling, post-abortion counseling, parenting classes, and community referrals. Does not recommend or refer to abortion services.
You do not need to participate in services to be eligible to receive maternity and infant clothes, diapers, and other infant care needs.
Eligibility: Expectant families and new parents
Address:17805 SE Stark StPortland, OR 97233(36 Miles Away)Map & Directions
Services: SnowCap offers a small clothes closet of donated items that may include clothes for infants, children, and adults. Diapers are available to families twice per calendar year until the baby reaches age 2. Also collects school supply donations and distributes to schools in East Multnomah County. Does not supply new school clothing; is only able to distribute donated items.
Hours: Monday/Tuesday/Thursday/Friday 10am-2pm, Wednesday 10am-2pm and 6pm-8pm
Eligibility: Low-income households
Address:7535 NE Ambassador PlPortland, OR 97220(36 Miles Away)Map & Directions
Services: Diapers are available to clients and community members once per month.
Hours: Monday-Thursday 8am-5pm, Friday 9am-4pm
Address:627 NW 18th AvePortland, OR 97209(36 Miles Away)Map & Directions
Services: Rose Haven is a day shelter and community center that provides clothing, hygiene, showers, mailing addresses, and voicemail services. Advocacy and referrals are provided for issues such as health care, domestic violence, housing, employment, and other social services. Classes and activities offered daily. Diapers are available through PDX Diaper Bank.
Hours: Monday/Tuesday/Thursday/Friday 8:30am-noon and 1pm-4pm, Wednesday 8:30am-noon and 1pm-3pm. During severe weather will stay open between noon and 1pm.
Eligibility: Single women and women with children
Address:1515 NE 41st AvePortland, OR 97232(36 Miles Away)Map & Directions
Services: Provides clothing and supplies for pregnant women and nursing mothers. Also provides baby clothing, blankets, sleepers, toys and children's books, as well as emergency supplies of diapers, formula, and baby food. Availability of diapers, formula, and other supplies is dependent on donations received. Clients should call first to determine if sizes/types of items needed are available. Parents are encouraged to become a client (which is free) and allows access to more services. Diapers and formula are available for emergency needs only and not provided on an ongoing basis. Client Care Days are hosted on the 2nd Saturday of the month and the Wednesday following the second Saturday. Parents can "shop" for children's clothing and other items and network with other parents. Refreshments and a "kid's corner" with educational activities are also provided for the wait but children must stay with parents while they shop.
Hours: Monday-Thursday 10am-5pm, Friday 10am-3pm, Saturday 10am-1pm; second Saturday of the month 9:45am-11:45am. Client Care Day is the 2nd Saturday of the month 9:45am-11:45am. Spanish helpline available: Thursday/Saturday/Sunday 24 hours per day; Monday-Wednesday leave a voicemail and someone will call you back in the evening. Texting available 24 hours per day / 7 days per week and is encouraged for faster reply.
Eligibility: Must be pregnant or parents or primary caregivers of a child aged birth to 5 years old. No eligibility requirements based on income or residence. The client must be able to come to the Mother and Child Education Center to receive services. Diapers, clothing, and other goods cannot be mailed or delivered to clients.
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Address:5433 NE 30th AvePortland, OR 97211(36 Miles Away)Map & Directions
Services: Sells breast pumps, other lactation supplies, such as nipple shields, breast pads, Supplemental Nursing Systems, and cloth diapers, baby carriers, and other infant care supplies.
Hours: Tuesday-Sunday 10am-7pm
Address:1435 NE 81st Ave Suite 100Portland, OR 97213(36 Miles Away)Map & Directions
Services: Daytime drop-in center and basic services, primarily for homeless individuals and families. Services include showers, bathrooms, mail, limited locker storage, internet, hygiene items, laundry vouchers, pet food, telephone, and referral information. Some of these services are provided though a barter system. Diapers are available through PDX Diaper Bank. JOIN also conducts outreach to people actively sleeping on the streets or in their vehicles.
Hours: Monday-Friday 10am-3pm (closed 2nd Friday of the month and holidays)
Eligibility: Services are available to the public but are intended to meet the needs of homeless individuals and families (sleeping outdoors or in vehicle). JOIN does not provide housing services to people who are couch surfing, in shelters, or facing eviction.
Address:8800 SE 80th AvePortland, OR 97206(36 Miles Away)Map & Directions
Services: Provides dinner service and small food items such as bread, pastries, sandwiches, apples and oranges. Also provides hygiene items and pet food when available. Diapers are available through PDX Diaper Bank.
Hours: Tuesday/Thursday 10am-2pm Dinner service: Monday/Wednesday 5pm-6pm, Friday 7pm-9pm, Saturday 5pm-7pm
Address:1134 Columbia StCathlamet, WA 98612(46 Miles Away)Map & Directions
Services: Provides family support and parent education. Advocates visit families to provide support and child guidance. Parent Educators use the Parents as Teachers (PAT) evidence-based home visiting curriculum to support developmentally appropriate activities and information about development, as well as answer parent questions or concerns. Others services offered include developmental Screenings, play and Learn Groups, family fun nights, resource networking and "Welcome Baby Baskets" for families of newborns, including free diapers on an emergency basis.
Eligibility: Families with children aged 0-5