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Free diapers and baby supplies Connecticut.

Almost 50 organizations in Connecticut provide free baby stuff. The assistance near you and that is available ranges widely, but it can include everything from diapers to furniture or infant formula as well. Any type of assistance is generally for low income families and those in poverty, but in some cases either emergency baby formula or diapers may be issued.

Most of the stuff available at an organization depends on donations from the community. This means that there is a limited quantity of supplies, and unfortunately not everyone will be able to receive help. But every effort is made by the Connecticut companies to support low income parents, including single moms and dads.

Examples of what may be provided include cloth or disposable diapers, free baby food, wipes, cribs, car seats, beds, and various other baby items. But it really depends on what any agency, whether a diaper bank or thrift store/clothing closet, has in stock. More information, as well as numbers to apply at, are below.

Connecticut Partnership For Children
98 Olive Street
Naugatuck, CT 06770
Call (203)632-7369 or (203)632-7363
Free diapers for kids, infants, and babies under the age of 4. The charity supports households in the Naugatuck Valley region of Connecticut.

Reality Outreach, Inc.
323 West Main Street
New Britain, Connecticut
Once a month qualified clients to get free disposable diapers, formula, and advice. Applicants need to be on public/government assistance programs.

New Milford, Town Of - Social Services
Address: 40 Main Street
New Milford, Connecticut
Dial 860-355-6079
Churches, including First Congregational, work with the town on the Baby Bundles Program. There may be clothes for pregnant women or the baby, formula, wipes, diapers, and much more.




Team, Inc. - Family Resource Center
Location is 30 Elizabeth Street
Century Plaza, Derby, CT 06418
203-736-5420 ext. 208
A community action agency. Expectant moms can learn about affordable health care, FRC has diapers, applications to WIC, and even housing programs. Applicants need to be living in Ansonia, Derby, Oxford, Seymour, or Shelton.

Community Action Agency Of New Haven
419 Whalley Avenue
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
Parent need to be at or below 200% Federal Poverty Level. If they are, then diapers, applications to cash aid, infant formula, and other free programs are offered.

Saint Luke's Services
111 Whalley Avenue
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
203-865-0141 ext. 106

Salvation Army Corps Community Centers in Connecticut
450 George Street, New Haven, CT, dial 203-624-9891
Many services are offered. There are birthday and Christmas toy programs, groceries and free infant formula from pantries, furniture for newborns, and financial help. Find other Connecticut Salvation Army programs.
Another site is at 198 Selleck Street, Stamford, CT. Up to 30 dippers are given at at no cost per month. Dial 203-359-2320

Christian Community Action - New Haven
168 Davenport Avenue
New Haven, Connecticut 06519
Telephone number is 203-777-7848
Only residents of the Hill Section of the city can get help. A priory is on disabled infants and families.





Second Congregational Church Of Winsted Diaper Bank
Location: 800 Main Street
Winsted, CT 06098

Community Health Center - Family Wellness Center
635 Main Street
Middletown, Connecticut 
Phone - 860-347-6971 ext. 3662

Second Star Of Jacob Church Food Pantry
Main address: 185 Chapel Street
New Haven, Connecticut 06513
Telephone: 203-776-9603
Resources range from free food, baby formula, supplements for pregnant moms, and more. There are also two time per month distribution of free diapers.

Community Action Agency Of Western CT
66 North Street
Danbury, CT 06810

Our Lady Of Victory Church
634 Jones Hill Road
West Haven, CT 06516
Main phone -  203-931-9989
Assistance programs range from a medical equipment and supplies loan closet, diapers, walkers, cribs, and more. The charity covers West Haven, the town of Orange and Milford.

Sterling House Community Center
Main address: 2283 Main Street
Stratford, Connecticut 06615
Appointments are needed at the free diaper bank. It is open monthly, with summer hours in place too.

Lifebridge Community Services - Community Closet
475 Clinton Avenue
Bridgeport, CT 06605
Many resources are offered. There is free baby furniture for clients with a referral from social services, clothes for moms and babies, gift cards, and vouchers for formula. Everything from cribs to mattresses, high chairs, and more may be offered to low income families.

North Canaan Congregational Church - Fishes And Loaves Food Pantry
30 Granite Avenue
North Canaan, Connecticut





QC Home Care Solutions
322 Fitchville Road
Bozrah, Connecticut 06334
Main number: 860-383-2290

Adventist Community Services Of Connecticut
152 Bloomingdale Road
Waterford, CT 06375
Many items are offered, including for infants and babies. There are free personal care supplies, baby bottles, wipes, diapers, deodorant, toothpaste, paper towels and much more.

Madonna Place
Address: 240 Main Street
Norwich, Connecticut
Free toys, high chairs, diapers, clothing and more is at the donation room. There are also swings for kids, bouncies, and household supplies.

Centro De La Comunidad
109 Blinman Street
New London, CT 06320

IHSP - Daily Bread - Putnam
51 - 53 Grove Street
Putnam, Connecticut 06260

Pawcatuck Neighborhood Center
Address of the office - 27 Chase Street
Pawcatuck, Connecticut 06379
Call (860) 599-3285 for intake.
The program is known as Keeping Babies Warm and Well. Everything from free blankets to diapers, baby stuff, vaporizers, formula, shampoo, and more is offered. There is even vouchers to pay for toddler car seats as well as information on SNAP food stamps.

Hope Pregnancy Center
110 Main Street
Cheshire, CT
Pregnant moms, with a low income, can get baby furniture and infant clothing.

Crisis Pregnancy Center
30 Mill Street
Unionville, Connecticut
Main phone: 860-673-7397
Supplies include baby equipment such as strollers, cribs, bottles and personal care products. The charity also has free maternity and clothes for infants.

Heart Of God Healing Center
68 Edwards Street
Hartford, CT 06120

The Diaper Bank
(203) 934-7009
The non-profit is based in New Haven Connecticut. However the volunteers can give some supplies out, or referrals to more local assistance programs.







Portland Food Bank
Address is 7 Waverly Avenue
Portland, Connecticut
Main phone number: 860-342-6795
They only supply the town. Infant formula, diapers, non-perishable food.

United Congregational Church - Bridgeport
877 Park Avenue
Bridgeport, Connecticut 06604
Dial 203-335-3107

Parent And Child Center At Bristol Hospital
Address is 9 Prospect Street
Bristol, Connecticut 06010
Main phone - 860-585-3481
Limited selection of baby stuff that is donated by the community.

By Jon McNamara

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