Clothing, Assistance

Programs that accept new or secondhand clothing, repair the items if necessary, and keep the clothing for use in their own programs, donate it to shelters and other community-based organizations for distribution to the people they serve, or sell it to raise money for agency programs. (AIRS BM-6500.1500) Currently includes Diapers: programs that pay for or provide cloth or disposable diapers. (AIRS BM-6500.1500-150)

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RI

Providence, RI

300 Laurel Hill Avenue
Providence, RI 02909
Phone: 401-632-4770
Address: 300 Laurel Hill Avenue
Providence, RI 02909
Phone: 401-632-4770
Fax: 401-383-9210
Email: info@SDCenterRI.org
Languages Spoken: Spanish
Eligibility: Call to see if eligible
Services Provided: WIC [http://www.sdcenterri.org/wic.html]
Basic Needs Assistance
Tutoring for Elementary School Children
Adult Education Classes
Translation of Birth Certificates
Notary
Provider Profiles: The Scalabrini Dukcevich Center is a faith-based community center run by the Scalabrini Lay Movement of Rhode Island.
Original Source: Rhode Island Dept of Health, Office of Special Needs
Last Updated: 11/7/2018

Nationwide

PO Box 7
San Marcos, CA 92079
Phone: 760-744-3565
Service Categories:
Organization Name: Adeptions by Adrien Van Marcos
Address: PO Box 7
San Marcos, CA 92079
Phone: 760-744-3565
Fax: 760-471-7686
Service Categories:
Services Provided: We offer wide variety of special needs clothing including fashionable adult bibs and clothing protectors, back-opening wheelchair shirts and wheelchair jackets, sitter pants and lounge-wear, wheelchair jeans, wheelchair capes, and wheelchair accessories, as well as specialized footwear. Pants with full side zippers are particularly good for people with paralysis, muscular dystrophy, or ALS.

Adapted Clothing
Original Source: Nationwide Suggest Providers Queue
Last Updated: 8/7/2019