We’d Like to Help You
  Dear Mom,    
  When you deliver your baby, just speak to your Birth Center social worker or nurse at PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center or Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center about a layette, car seat, or Sibling Bag.  We keep supplies of them at both hospitals.
       
  If you have already delivered, you or a friend may bring the voucher below to the Babies In Need office at All Saints Episcopal Church, 2206 NW 99th Street, Vancouver, WA 98665.  The office is at the back of the church. Office hours are Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 9:00-12:00.   573-8106.
       
  Blessings to you and your baby!  
       
Babies In Need Voucher
For infants three months old or younger
  Mother’s name ___________________________________________     Infant’s date of birth __________________
Request:    Newborn layette _____                 Newborn car seat _____                            Sibling Bag _____  
Program Director / Case Worker (signed) __________________________    (printed) ______________________
Referring agency _________________________________________________     Phone ________________________
Date ________________
       
  FAQ’s    
 
  • May I get a layette or car seat before my baby is born? 
We’ve learned that it is better to wait until you deliver.  That way if your baby is premature or small, we can give you the right size clothing and car seat.
  • Do you have diapers?
We include 60 diapers in every layette to get you started.  Sorry, but we don’t supply them on an ongoing basis.
  • Do you have clothing for my toddler and older children?
Our layettes include some clothes for your newborn to grow in to, but we don’t have clothes for older children.  The best place to get good, inexpensive clothing is at consignment shops like Once Upon a Child, Denim & Frills, etc.  After discharge, your caseworker can contact Northwest Children’s Outreach to obtain clothing for your children of any age.
  • Do you have baby furniture?
We sometimes receive gently-used pac ‘n play cribs, strollers, baby floor-gyms and other equipment.  They are available to individuals and local maternal-child organizations.