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Portland Oregon free diapers and baby supplies.

Families in Multnomah, Clackamas, and Washington County Oregon can get free supplies for their baby as well as infant. There is assistance provided in the form of free diapers, infant formula, baby stuff such as strollers, and much more. Programs are focused on anyone in need, whether they are single moms or dads or larger families.

The goal of the Portland Oregon non-profits is to give out free baby items. However some will also sell surplus goods as well for an affordable price. The type of supplies available (for sale or given for free) include Supplemental Nursing Systems, cloth diapers, baby carriers, cribs, car seats, and many other infant care supplies. Each center provides their own items.

The locations are scattered across the greater Portland Oregon region. Not only are supplies given to parents, but there may also be referrals to financial aid. For example, diaper banks can also be a source of information on child or health care, financial grant programs, and much more.

Clackamas Service Center
Address is 8800 SE 80th Avenue
Portland, Oregon 97206
Main phone number is 503-771-7914
There is a food pantry and social service center on site. It provides assistance every 30 days. Everything from cans of baby formula for newborns to hygiene supplies (cloth or disposable diapers) and more is given. They also help parents find day care and apply for SNAP. There also partner with the PDX Diaper Bank.

Location is 1435 NE 81st Avenue Suite 100
Portland, OR 97213
Telephone number: 503-232-2031
Daytime center focuses on the very low income and homeless. Everything from free hygiene items to diapers, food, and more is on site. There are also bathrooms, showers, and other support services.





Milagros Boutique
Main address is 5433 NE 30th Avenue
Portland, OR 97211
The charity is in Multnomah County.
Call 360-253-2229
The program is known as Infant Care. It sells supplies. There are breast pads, car seats, Nursing Systems, and even coupons for disposable diapers.

Mother And Child Education Center
1515 NE 41st Avenue
Portland, OR 97232
Call 503-249-5801, or Spanish speakers can dial 503-913-9360.
Assistance includes clothing, baby supplies, referrals to housing or shelter, and other aid. There are also books for kids too.

PDX Diaper Bank
Portland, Oregon 97267. This site is based in Clackamas County, but covers all of Portland Oregon.
 The center is run in partnership with regional non-profits and government centers. Donations are given to it, including money. There are free cloth or disposable diapers, wipes, and incontinence supplies.

Rose Haven
627 NW 18th Avenue
Portland, OR 97209
Main number is 503-248-6364

Snowcap Community Charities
Main address is 17805 SE Stark Street
Portland, OR 97233
A small clothing bank is on site. There is help for infants, children, and adults. Any parent, or single mom, seeking diapers can use the center at most twice per year. It assists the child up through age 2. There are also school supplies.




Gladstone Ministerial Association
Main address: 18800 Portland Avenue Gladstone High School
Gladstone, Oregon 97027
Shoes, clothing, wipes, winter jackets, and more are offered. It covers from birth up to age 21.

Insights Teen Parent Program
Location is 3308 NE Peerless Place
Portland, OR 97232
Intake number 503-239-6996
They help teen moms. Pregnancy test, infant supplies, formula, and counseling is given. They help new, younger moms and dads.

By Jon McNamara














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