Fresh Family Program Provides A Free Month Supply of Baby Diapers & Wipes
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Due to high demand and unprecedented need for diaper assistance most sizes are currently unavailable. Please join the wait list below after completing the application. Items will be delivered on a first come first served basis once available.
We provide a one month supply of baby diapers, for our neighbors that are homeless, underemployed, unemployed, or experiencing hardship and need assistance. Our application process is fast, free, and secure. We can deliver to you or arrange for a pick-up.
Sign Up here or click on the images for a link for The Fresh Family Program and receive a free month supply of baby diapers and wipes.
Our application is easy and fast. If you need any additional assistance please call us at (800) 472-1120 Monday thru Friday from 10 AM - 4 PM PST.
Why is it important to have access to fresh diapers and wipes for your baby? It will keep your baby happy and healthy, Let's find out more tips on diapering below.
Did you Know: A newborn could need her/his diaper changed 10-15x a day?
How Should You Change the Baby?
How To Diaper A Boy
When diapering and cleaning a baby boy:
How To Diaper A Girl
Diapering a baby girl varies slightly from diapering a baby boy. Here’s how:
When diapering and cleaning a baby girl:
Cause & Treatment for Diaper Rash
Diaper rash is a series of blisstered and irrateated skin in the diaper area. Common causes of diaper rash are:
• Irritation from dampness caused by urine or stool on the skin.
• Allergic reaction to soaps, perfumes, or oils that touch the skin.
• Yeast infection spreads from the mouth or from the stool. A yeast infection can develop after your baby has had a rash for several days.
Reduce Diaper Rash by following these procedures:
• Keep the skin dry by changing diapers as soon as they are wet or soiled.
• Don’t use soap.
• Remove the diaper and expose the rashy area to the air for 10 to 15 minutes, three or four times a day.
• When the diaper area is clean and dry, rub on a thin layer of petroleum jelly, or zinc-based cream.
• Avoid using airtight plastic pants over the diaper.
• Try switching to cloth diapers if you are using disposables and find the rash is getting worse.
If you have followed these suggestions and the rash lasts longer than five days, has blisters, pus, peeling areas, or crusty patches, or is mainly in the skin creases, call your healthcare provider immediately.