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    Taxonomy Code: BD-1800.8200-250

    Programs that supply infant formula and/or baby food, usually in addition to other groceries.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    All Saints Gabriel House - Gabriel ProjectOutreach drop-in center for pregnant women and moms with small children. We can provide the following: - Diapers & Wipes - Clothing for babies & small children up to size 5T - Baby Formula when available - Baby Equipment when available - Mentoring & Referral resources - Spiritual help if neededDenver CountyAll Saints Gabriel House - Gabriel ProjectGabriel Project
    Annunciation Gabriel House - Gabriel ProjectOutreach drop-in center for pregnant women and moms with small children. The following assistance can be provided: - Diapers & Wipes - Clothing for babies & small children up to size 5T - Baby Formula when available - Baby Equipment when available - Mentoring & Referral resources - Spiritual help if neededDenver CountyAnnunciation Gabriel House - Gabriel ProjectGabriel Project
    Aurora Gabriel House - Gabriel ProjectOutreach drop-in center for pregnant women and moms with small children. We can provide the following: * Diapers & Wipes * Clothing for babies & small children up to size 5T * Baby Formula when available * Baby Equipment when available * Mentoring & Referral resources * Spiritual help if neededArapahoe CountyAurora Gabriel House - Gabriel ProjectGabriel Project
    Basic Needs - Salvation Army Loveland CenterOffers the following services, when supplies are available: - Bus passes - Emergency food bag - Snacks (protein bars, fruit, crackers, peanut butter sandwiches, etc.) - Pet food (dog, cat) - Hygiene items (e.g., toothbrush, toothpaste, mouthwash) - Diapers, wipes, baby food - Blankets - Computer classes Larimer CountySalvation Army Loveland Service CenterSalvation Army Loveland Service Center
    Boulder Gabriel House - Gabriel ProjectOutreach drop-in center for pregnant women and moms with small children. The following can be provided: - Diapers & Wipes - Clothing for babies & small children up to size 5T - Baby Formula when available - Baby Equipment when available - Mentoring & Referral resources - Spiritual help if neededBoulder CountyBoulder Gabriel House - Gabriel ProjectGabriel Project
    Centro San Juan Diego Gabriel House - Gabriel ProjectOutreach drop-in center for pregnant women and moms with small children. We can provide the following: - Diapers & Wipes - Clothing for babies & small children up to size 5T - Baby Formula when available - Baby Equipment when available - Mentoring & Referral resources - Spiritual help if neededDenver CountyCentro San Juan Diego Gabriel House - Gabriel ProjectGabriel Project
    Clothing and Baby Items - Aurora Interfaith Community ServicesProvides clothing Aurora residents in need, once every six months. Baby diapers and formula available every two months, and layettes available one time only. Baby items only for infants under 10 pounds.Adams CountyAurora Interfaith Community ServicesAurora Interfaith Community Services
    Denver Gabriel House - Gabriel ProjectOutreach drop-in center for pregnant women and moms with small children. We can provide the following: - Diapers & Wipes - Clothing for babies & small children up to size 5T - Baby Formula when available - Baby Equipment when available - Mentoring & Referral resources - Spiritual help if neededDenver CountyDenver Gabriel House - Gabriel ProjectGabriel Project
    Diapers & Formula - Crossfire MinistriesOffers baby items such as diapers and formula for those in need. This service is not zip code restricted. Will need to bring ID, social security cards for all family members, and proof of address. If homeless and unable to provide documentation outside of ID, you may come in the on the first visit with just ID.El Paso CountyCrossfire MinistriesCrossfire Ministries
    Eagle Gabriel House - Gabriel ProjectOutreach drop-in center for pregnant women and moms with small children. The following are available: - Diapers & Wipes - Clothing for babies and small children up to size 5T - Baby Formula when available - Baby Equipment when available - Mentoring and Referral resources - Spiritual help if neededEagle CountyEagle Gabriel House - Gabriel ProjectGabriel Project
    Emergency Assistance (Berthoud) - House of Neighborly ServiceProvides assistance with basic needs such as: - food - baby formula and diapers - clothing and household items once a month - two prescriptions per family member per year - small medical equipment with a prescription - other miscellaneous assistance on a case-by-case basis - gas vouchers, in cases of verifiable medical or job-related appointmentsLarimer CountyHouse of Neighborly ServiceHouse of Neighborly Service
    Emergency Assistance (Loveland) - House of Neighborly ServiceProvides assistance with basic needs such as: - Food - Baby formula and diapers - Clothing and household items once a month - 2 prescriptions per family member per year - Small medical equipment with a physician's prescription - Other miscellaneous assistance - Gas vouchers, in cases of verifiable medical or job-related appointmentsLarimer CountyHouse of Neighborly ServiceHouse of Neighborly Service
    Emergency Diaper & Formula Bank-La Plata Family Centers CoalitionFamilies may receive bundles of 10 diapers and/or a can of formula when “in a pinch”. This service is dependent on donations.La Plata CountyBayfield / Ignacio Family CenterLa Plata Family Centers Coalition
    Family Day Center - Catholic CharitiesThe Family Day Center provides services for families experiencing poverty, who are homeless, or on the verge of homelessness. The FDC offers a family- friendly space where you can safely relax with your kids; access multiple services in a single space, meet with a case manager, get a hot meal, and much more! El Paso CountyBasic Needs - Catholic Charities of Central ColoradoCatholic Charities of Central Colorado
    Fort Collins Gabriel House - Gabriel ProjectOutreach drop-in center for pregnant women and moms with small children. We can provide the following: - Diapers and Wipes - Clothing for babies and small children up to size 5T - Baby Formula when available - Baby Equipment when available - Mentoring & Referral resources - Spiritual help if neededLarimer CountyDenver Gabriel House - Gabriel ProjectGabriel Project
    Frisco Gabriel House - Gabriel ProjectOutreach drop-in center for pregnant women and moms with small children. We can provide the following: - Diapers & Wipes - Clothing for babies & small children up to size 5T - Baby Formula when available - Baby Equipment when available - Mentoring & Referral resources - Spiritual help if neededSummit CountyFrisco Gabriel House - Gabriel ProjectGabriel Project
    Gunnison Country Food PantryThe Gunnison Country Food Pantry serves those in need by providing food assistance in a kind, confidential and supportive environment. All items provided can vary depending on current donations. Items provided can include: - Perishable and non-perishable items (produce, milk, eggs, meat, etc.) - Baby care items such as baby food, diapers and wipes - Basic home products such as shampoo, soap, toothbrushes, toothpaste, paper towels and toilet paper - Pet food - Senior Day (Ages 65+) for seniors to come and shop for needed food items Perishable and non-perishable food items are provided once a month. Further assistance is provided by access to the food pantry's Bread Table on a weekly basis.Gunnison CountyGunnison Country Food PantryGunnison Country Food Pantry
    Infant Corner - Denver Urban Matters (DenUM)Formula and diapers are provided for struggling new parents with infants.Denver CountyDenver Urban Matters (DenUM)Denver Urban Matters (DenUM)
    Jefferson County Gabriel House - Gabriel ProjectOutreach drop-in center for pregnant women and moms with small children. We can provide the following: - Diapers & Wipes - Clothing for babies & small children up to size 5T - Baby Formula when available - Baby Equipment when available - Mentoring & Referral resources - Spiritual help if neededJefferson CountyJefferson County Gabriel House - Gabriel ProjectGabriel Project
    Life Support - Catholic Charities of Central ColoradoLife Support Service provides education / support, information and referrals to low-income pregnant women and families with young children. Hours of operation are: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday – 9:00 am – 2:00 pm, Wednesday 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Items include clothing closet, baby food, essential basic needs, layettes, diapers, formula referral service and advocacy, and case management. Pregnant mothers can shop for maternity clothing. One month prior to their due date, expectant mothers are able to return to the office for layettes consisting of all new items necessary to bring a newborn home. Children of current clients are registered for the Christmas and Birthday Buddies programs and receive a new toy and new item of clothing on each occasion. School supplies also are available to children of clients. Trained, volunteer advocates help parents delineate their children’s basic needs through the intake process. Once needs are determined, the program offers families the opportunity to “shop” for clothing, blankets, baby equipment, supplies and new toys from the Life Support shopping area. Mothers of infants receive diapers, formula and baby food. The Life Support program’s intent is to help families bridge the gap during a crisis; services are not intended to be long-term. El Paso CountyBasic Needs - Life Support (El Paso) - Catholic Charities of Central ColoradoCatholic Charities of Central Colorado
    Mary's Cradle - Our Lady of the Valley (Catholic Church)Mary’s Cradle helps struggling families.Weld CountyOur Lady of the Valley (Catholic Church)Our Lady of the Valley (Catholic Church)
    Maternity and Baby Clothing - Life's Options Pregnancy CenterMother's Closet provides maternity clothing, baby clothing and many items needed to raise small children. Diapers, wipes and formula also available. These items are free for those that are participating in the mentoring classes, but area available to any individual in the community in need. One time emergency assistance available also.Jefferson CountyLife's Options Pregnancy CenterLife's Options Pregnancy Center
    Military Home Repairs - Operation HomefrontOperation Homefront provides direct services to alleviate a military family's or individual's actual/complete financial burden, as well as counseling and/or recovery support. Financial assistance is in the form of checks paid directly to mortgage lenders, auto mechanics, contractors, hospitals, doctors, dentists and other providers. Other funding assistance, which an applicant receives within 24 to 72 hours, includes the following: Financial assistance Home repairs Critical baby items: formula, food and diapers Home and appliance repair Furniture and household items Local moving assistance Wounded Warrior Transitional Family Housing Out of StateColorado Springs - Operation HomefrontOperation Homefront
    Military Household - Operation HomefrontOperation Homefront provides direct services to alleviate a military family's or individual's actual/complete financial burden, as well as counseling and/or recovery support. Financial assistance is in the form of checks paid directly to mortgage lenders, auto mechanics, contractors, hospitals, doctors, dentists and other providers. Other funding assistance, which an applicant receives within 24 to 72 hours, includes the following: Financial assistance Home repairs Critical baby items: formula, food and diapers Home and appliance repair Furniture and household items Local moving assistance Wounded Warrior Transitional Family Housing Out of StateColorado Springs - Operation HomefrontOperation Homefront
    Pregnancy Center of Grand JunctionThe Pregnancy Center of Grand Junction offers free pregnancy testing, information on all options, referrals for further services. Also material assistance with maternity/baby clothes, diapers, formula, etc.. All services are freeMesa CountyPregnancy Center of Grand JunctionPregnancy Center of Grand Junction
    Pregnancy Center - Yampa Valley Pregnancy & Family CenterProvides services and education to expectant parents and new parents. Services Include: - free pregnancy tests - formula and infant and toddler food - emergency supplies of diapers - baby, toddler and maternity clothes - high chairs, strollers, changing tables and other baby furniture items available for loan - classes on stages of pregnancy, caring for a newborn, parenting and life skills.Moffat CountyYampa Valley Pregnancy CenterYampa Valley Pregnancy Center
    St. Francis de Sales Gabriel House - Gabriel ProjectOutreach drop-in center for pregnant women and moms with small children. We can provide the following: - Diapers & Wipes - Clothing for babies & small children up to size 5T - Baby Formula when available - Baby Equipment when available - Mentoring & Referral resources - Spiritual help if neededDenver CountySt. Francis de Sales Gabriel House - Gabriel ProjectGabriel Project

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