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Find free diapers or baby supplies in Nashville and Davidson County.

Find help in obtaining everything from diapers to baby formula, clothing, and more from charities in Nashville Tennessee. As many families know, it is very difficult to pay retail price for any type of baby stuff, and to address this need a number of free assistance programs have been created by non-profits as well as government agencies in Davidson County.

One of the greatest needs is for diapers. Parents, whether they are single or married, can receive reduced price, or free diapers. Or gift cards are passed out. There are disposable ones available as well as cloth when needed. In addition to the free diapers, find help with wipes as well as other hygiene needs. The organizations in Nashville Tennessee may also offer other baby stuff. It includes:

  • Maternity and baby clothing.
  • Free infant formula and food, including applications for WIC vouchers.
  • Furniture, cribs, car seats, and much more.

St. Luke's Community House
5601 New York Avenue
Nashville, Tennessee 37209
(615) 350-7893
The charity only covers families in the zip codes of 37082, 37143, 37205, 37208, 37209, or 37221. When supplies allow, there is a free package of diapers and/or infant formula too. Help is only given at most one-time per month.




Catholic Charities of TN - Central TN Davidson County office
The location is 2806 McGavock Pike
Nashville, TN 37214
(615) 760-4436
Working poor families can apply for social services. There may be financial aid, gift cards or disposable diapers, information on shelter, and more. Newborns and infants, we well as other vulnerable families, are a priority.

Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) and SNAP food stamps
They offer applications to all of the state and federal government benefits. They include food stamps, WIC vouchers for formula, housing, car seat installation classes, and more.





  • TN Department of Health address is 710 James Robertson Parkway, Nashville, TN 37243, call (800) 342-5942
  • Lentz Public Health Center, 2500 Charlotte Avenue, Nashville, Tennessee 37209, phone (615) 340-5616
  • Woodbine Public Health Center is at 224 Oriel Avenue, Nashville, TN 37210. Call the office at (615) 862-7940
  • East Public Health Center location is 1015 East Trinity Lane, Nashville, TN 37216, main phone (615) 862-7916

Nurses for Newborns, Davidson County office
Address is 50 Vantage Way, Suite 101
Nashville, TN 37228
Main phone - (615) 313-9989
Many assistance programs are focused on infants and mothers. There are free health checkups, supplies such as baby formula, clothing, and more. They also offer referrals to early childhood development programs as well as home care in Nashville.

Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee at Martha O'Bryan Center
Main location is 711 South 7th Street
Nashville, TN 37206
For information, call (615) 254-1791
The focus is on health/nutrition. Cooking classes, counseling, and other nutritional support is provided along with referrals to pantries for infant formula, groceries, and more.

Salvation Army stores and pantries
There are a few in Davidson County. Each focuses on basic needs, ranging from food for low income families (including formula) to help for single moms or dads. There is also a store with low cost cribs, beds, maternity or baby clothing, and even money for financial needs. Find more information on Nashville Salvation Army assistance programs.

Minority AIDS Outreach - Buddies
Nashville, Tennessee 37229
Only households with HIV/AIDs are supported. Call (615) 391-3737




Hope Clinic for Women
1810 Hayes Street
Nashville, Tennessee 37203
(615) 321-0005
Programs include free Pregnancy Testing, health educations, and food. New moms, pregnant teens, and the working poor can get help.


By Jon McNamara

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