In the middle of the pandemic, the need to acquire necessary articles such as food and for some diaper parents and other baby items has grown.
Here we share some resources for residents of the triestatal area that seek places or organizations that provide for free babies such as diapers.
For New Jersey residents who need diapers or other baby products, they are recommended:
New Jersey Resource Line 2-1-1:
NJ 2-1-1 helps people find solutions to their personal needs informing them about their community's resources.
New Jersey residents can call 2-1-1 to find out about the Diaper and Food Bank program that provides diapers, wet wipes, formula, clothing and other essential elements for families with children under 5 years old.For information about this program you can also send an email to email@example.com visit the website with more information here.On this phone you can also provide information about centers or organizations that offer diapers for free.There are people who speak Spanish.
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People can also visit the 2-1-1 website and in the search bar place the word Diaper, which means diaper in English, and will result in a list of places and organizations throughout the state that offer diapersand other baby products for low -income families.Search here.
Other organizations or foundations that donate items for babies and offer other resources:
In mid -February the governor of New York, Andrew Cuomo, announced about a new program to distribute diapers for free in food banks throughout the state.The program is carried out in association with the non -profit organization Baby 2 Baby.
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The State also offers a list of resources for parents who need babies articles:
In New York City residents can also call 3-1-1 for diaper resources and other baby articles in the five counties.
Other foundations and organizations:
For Connectictut residents there are different resources that could provide diapers and other baby articles to low -income families.Here are some resources:
Connecticut 2-1-1 resource line:
The Connecticut status has the 2-1-1 line that is a free and confidential service of information and references that connects people with essential human and health services 24 hours a day, seven days a week online and by phone.
Residents can call 2-1-1 and request help to find convenient places where they can receive diapers or other babies for free.
People can also visit the page and in the part where Search Services or Programs Write Diapers says, which is diapers in English, and the page will show you a list of places and organizations of the state where these products are distributed.Click here to start the search.
CT diaper bank (The Diaper Bank of CT):
Founded in 2004, The Diaper Bank of Connecticut centralizes the collection of funds and the distribution of free diapers for babies and young children, supplies for youth incontinence, products for menstruation and supplies for incontinence for older people to low -income families inConnecticut through existing service providers, which include local food pantries, community kitchens, nurseries, social services and shelter agencies.
The organization has a diaper distribution network in different places in the state.To see the different sites and contact information visit this website.
To contact The Diaper Bank of Connecticut visit this website.
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