Address:314 S Grand Ave WSpringfield, IL 62704Map & Directions
Services: Babies with dirty diapers are fussy babies. Fussy babies are far more likely to be abused by their parents or caregivers. While diapers are the draw for families, the true purpose of the program is to create a relationship with families of children 24 months and under. The diapers for this program are donated by concerned community members.
Hours: Tue & Wed, 10:00 am - 3:00 pm.
Address:120 S 11th StSpringfield, IL 62703Map & Directions
Services: Clients are eligible for a supply of diapers and wipes every 30 days.
Address:700 N 7th St BSpringfield, IL 62702Map & Directions
Services: Elizabeth Ann Seton Program can provide diapers, children's clothing, wipes, soap, shampoo, conditioner, laundry soap, toilet paper, and cleaning supplies on an emergency basis for families with children.
Address:121 N Main StCanton, IL 61520Map & Directions
Services: Provides pregnancy tests, first trimester ultrasounds, parenting classes (including court ordered), fatherhood classes, prenatal labor and delivery classes, infant and child development classes, classes on steps to sexual health, baby and children's clothing (newborn to 3T), diapers, food, formula, baby supplies, cribs, car seats.
Eligibility: If there is an emergency need for some of the baby items offered, the center will fulfill that need if they can; however, those who are not current clients are limited to receiving supplies to twice a year only.
Address:825 N Water StDecatur, IL 62523Map & Directions
Services: The Northeast Community Fund provides diapers and wipes to individuals in need.
Eligibility: Assistance available once every six months.
Address:229 W Main StDecatur, IL 62523Map & Directions
Services: May provide assistance with rent, utility, prescriptions, as well as some baby and personal hygiene products.
Address:247 W Prairie AveDecatur, IL 62523Map & Directions
Services: The food pantry operates as a client choice pantry. Volunteers escort each customer through the pantry while the customer selects the items they want in the quantities allowed. The pantry distributes non-perishable, fresh, frozen, and dairy products to help meet the nutritional requirements of families in need. The food is intended to last an average of 2-3 days. Additional assistance can be provided in an emergency or disaster situation with a referral. Baby food/formula/diapers and pet food are also available.
Hours: M-F, 9:00 am - 11:00 am.
Eligibility: The pantry can be accessed once every 30 days.
Address:505 N Center StBloomington, IL 61701Map & Directions
Services: Diapers are available for clients once per month. Beginning February 2018, diapers will only be distributed once per month. First distribution day will be Saturday, February 3rd 2018 from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm. Future dates have not yet been set.
Address:603 N Center StBloomington, IL 61701Map & Directions
Services: This program continues to meet the needs of clients by providing emergency baby formula, baby items, and counseling for women in need.
Hours: By appointment.