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Programs in Michigan that supply you with baby items, maternity clothes, and other things baby related

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Genesse County Healthy Start – Flint Family Road
810-760-9333
Healthy Start is a group of organizations that help African-American women who are pregnant or with children ages 0-2 who live in zip codes 48503, 48504, or 48458.
At FFR, women can earn “Loving Bucks” for baby needs, which earn credit to shop at the FFR store.


Ingham
Shared Pregnancy 517.484.0365
Offers free maternity clothes. By joining the “Learn and Earn” program, clients can earn diapers, clothing, supplies, and equipment by taking classes and watching parenting and life skill videos.
Open from 10 a.m-4 p.m. Monday-Thursday
Open other hours by appointment only.
503 North Walnut
Lansing, MI 48933
sharedpregnancy@msn.com


Jackson
Birthline of Jackson 517-784-9187
Pregnancy and Parenting Center
Earn “Baby Dollars” that can be used in exchange for baby supplies by attending “Earn While You Learn” lessons.
Open, 10 a.m-4 p.m Tuesday & Thursday; 10 a.m-1 p.m Saturday.
817 W. High St.
Jackson, MI 49203


Center for Women 517-787-4673
Offer free maternity clothing, baby clothing and furnishings based on a point system.
Call to schedule an appointment.
For more information call or email: answers@jacksonpregnancy.com
Open
Monday: 10 a.m-7 p.m
Wednesday 10 a.m-4 p.m
Friday: 10 a.m-2 p.m
434 Wildwood Ave.
Jackson, MI 49201


Lapeer
Pregnancy Resource Center of Lapeer
810-667-0055
Maternity clothing, baby clothing, cribs, car seats, play pens, high chairs, and other baby supplies available on an earned point system.
1715 Imlay City Road
Lapeer, MI 48446


Livingston
Pregnancy Helpline 810-632-5656
Offer baby clothes from newborn to 4T. Also have other supplies, dependent on donations, such as car seats, cribs, highchairs.
9560 Highland Rd.
Hartland, MI


The Salvation Army – Howell 517-546-4750
Offer clothing vouchers for free or reduced cost maternity and baby clothes.
503 Lake St.
Howell, MI 48843


Macomb
Birth Right of Macomb County 586-254-5930
Offers help with getting baby items.
Must call first.
45464 Van Dyke Ave.
Utica, MI 48317


Compassion Pregnancy Center, Inc. 586-783-2229
Offers material assistance in the form of maternal and baby supplies.
Hours:
Monday-Friday: 10 a.m-4 p.m
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 6 p.m-8p.m
Saturday: 10 a.m-1 p.m
37540 Gratiot, Suite 100
Clinton Township, MI 48036


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Oakland
Healthy Start/Healthy Families Oakland Program – Baby Pantry Program
248-335-5638
Provides free diapers to eligible families.
Must be a client of the Healthy Start/Healthy Families Oakland Program.
If interested in receiving emails about upcoming Baby Pantry events, email eliasophia@hotmail.com
Healthy Start/Healthy Families Oakland Program – Baby Pantry Program
248-335-5638
Provides free diapers to eligible families.
Must be a client of the Healthy Start/Healthy Families Oakland Program.
If interested in receiving emails about upcoming Baby Pantry events, email eliasophia@hotmail.com


Washtenaw
Faith in Action 734-475-3305
Have free baby supplies available to everyone, including clothing, food, etc.
Monday-Friday, 9am-noon and 1pm-4pm.
Chelsea & Dexter residents only.
603 S. Main St, Chelsea.
House By the Side of the Road 734-971-2550
**Need a written referral from an agency like Doulas Care.
They mainly have baby clothes, but may have access to some baby furniture as well.
4133 Washtenaw Ave
Ann Arbor, MI 48108
Hours:
10am-2pm Monday through Friday.
Best to arrive before 1:30 for enough time.


Mott Hospital's Buckle Up Program 763-2251
Car seats available (that convert from newborn to forward facing) for eligible families for $20.
Need referral and proof of Medicaid or WIC eligibility.
Call to set up an appointment.


Pregnancy Help Center 734-975-4357
Can provide baby supplies such as cribs, diapers, clothing (from infant to 5T), as well as baby cereals.
Most clients are WIC-eligible, but WIC-eligibility is not required.
By registering, clients may be eligible for a pack n’ play or bassinet for the baby to sleep in.
3150 Packard St.
Ann Arbor, MI 48103
Hours:
Tuesday 1-4pm
Thursday 9:30-11:30am
Saturday 10am-1pm
Shannon Richards 734-544-2984


Maternal Infant Health Program
Washtenaw County Health Dept
Can provide in home social work, nurse and dietician visits and help connect to instrumental support.


Wayne
The Lennon Center 313-277-5637
All baby necessities are available, including cribs, car seats, strollers, walkers, baby swings, diapers, and formula. Household items are given when available.
Open 8:30 a.m- 3 p. m. Monday-Friday
24275 Ann Arbor Trail
Dearborn Heights, MI 48128

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Cradle me   in reply to Proudmommy91
Hello please call our office at 313-574-9269 and ask for Britney or Akia. We would love to assist you and your family.
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Cradle me   in reply to Vicky1323
Hello Vicky sorry for the late reply I'm just now seeing your post. If you need assistance still with maternity clothes we can assist you with that.
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Cradle me   in reply to Proudmommy91
Hello Pleaase contact our office at 313-574-9269. We are here to assist you. Ask for Britney or Akia
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Proudmommy91   in reply to Cradle me
I would love to join your program! I really need help with baby items & so much more!
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Vicky1323   in reply to generations
Do they help with maternity clothes??
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Faith Always5   in reply to Cradle me
Hi the parent I know he has medicaid but the child is not primarily in his care, it's in the mother's. But he is temporarily disabled and wants to help but doesn't have many resources. I'm not sure if he would still be eligible. Thanks for reaching out
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Cradle me   in reply to Faith Always5
Hello Faith, I have a agency called Cradle Me Care and we work with Medicaid eligible parents with baby items such as diapers, milk, and clothing.
Thank you
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Cradle me   in reply to Faith Always5
Hello Faith, I have a agency called Cradle Me Care and we work with Medicaid eligible parents with baby items such as diapers, milk, and clothing.

Thank you
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Cradle me   in reply to Proudmommy91
Hello Rachel I have a MIHP called cradle me care and we assist women who are on Medicaid with baby items and education services.
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woman in a shoe   in reply to Proudmommy91
Hi this is only a info site but call church s and see which ones give out clothes also sign up for wic when the baby gets here they have sometimes clothes and other baby stuff in there also check on craigslist under free stuff and see if there any baby stuff up u can put your on ad that why if someone going to post baby stuff they call u or email u what ever u put up for them to get a hold of u. Also if u go on facebook there a group on there call mom to mom they sell baby stuff also sometime they give it away but they got to ok u in the group. Hope this can help u. I also in MI next city over from det.
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Proudmommy91
Hello everyone I'm In Search Of Baby Items For A Boy (King) I'm Due ANYDAY now & im also moving soon! I don't have anything for my baby but a car seat a bassinet and a few clothes for my son! If anyone is interested in donating any items please contact me asap my name Is Rachel and I Live in Detroit, Mi THANKS IN ADVANCE!
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Faith Always5   in reply to woman in a shoe
Oh I forgot he wears 24 months in clothes
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Faith Always5   in reply to woman in a shoe
Okay this is good information I will pass it along to him. He is in Michigan. Thank you so much!
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Faith Always5   in reply to woman in a shoe
He has a baby boy. He lives in Michigan. Okay I will check Facebook and see. He's not on Facebook but what about craigslist? I appreciate all your help!
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woman in a shoe   in reply to Faith Always5
Is the baby boy or girl and what size does the baby wear. I try and get some and hope i don't have to ship to far. Also check and see if there a group that sell sfuff it be a fb group i in like six groups on face box.
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woman in a shoe   in reply to Faith Always5
Hi have him sign up for wic he can get mike and food with them sometimes they have diapers and wipes. Also have him call churchs and see which one carrys clothes and food for him sometimes they have food and diapers and wipes. Also have him check Salvation Army and see if they having a 50 percent sell on clothes this month i know they or where i live at the end of the month. What state is he in. Hope this helps u.
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Faith Always5   in reply to woman in a shoe
Hi thanks for answering. He needs diapers, baby food and clothes. I gave him a number to a diaper bank but I am just looking for as many resources as possible. He called them and is waiting for an appointment time.
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woman in a shoe   in reply to Faith Always5
This is only a info site can u tell me what kind of help the dad needs for his child soon as i know i know what kind of info to give u for him. I check on here ever day one or two times a day. I be waiting for your info
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Faith Always5
Are there any resources for fathers? I know a father who is temporarily disabled and has very little funds to help care for his child. Please help!
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littlelacie   in reply to Toto91184
Hi, maybe this is what you are looking for. On internet, type in "maternity help in Milan, Michigan". it will pull up lots of websites telling of places in Milan that can assist during pregnancy.
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