Diapers banks are a resource for people who cannot afford to purchase needed absorbent incontinence products due to financial difficulties. Diaper banks are only one way that a person may work to reduce the costs associated with incontinence products. Other product resource suggestions are below the diaper bank listing.
We have tried to not include organizations that only provide infant diapers in the listing below. However, services change and some may only serve infants, and others may add adult products as the need grows.
Some diaper banks distribute products through local agencies such as nonprofit organizations like United Way, food banks, senior centers, religious organizations (churches and synagogues), and school family resource centers. Individuals who cannot afford incontinence products should contact their local diaper bank and the bank will work to get products to the person in need.
Please note: The Simon Foundation for Continence does not have products to give away, and we do not sell any products. We also are unable to provide compensation, grants or reimbursement for products.
Directory of Diaper Banks by State
Service Center of Catholic Social Services – Mobile, AL
Diaper Bank of Southern Arizona – Tuscon AZ
Family Diaper Bank Inc. – Oracle, AZ
St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance – Phoenix, AZ
Adult Brief Bank – Tolleson, AZ
Diaper Bank of Yuma – Yuma, AZ
St. Margaret’s Center/Catholic Charities of LA – Lennox, CA
Discreet Undergarment Bank for You – Bozrah, CT
(860-383-2290 ext 4)
Diaper Bank of Connecticutt – New Haven, CT
IHSP Diaper Bank – Putnam, CT
Destiny Diaper Bank – Cape Coral, FL (includes North Fort Myers area, also)
Treasure Coast Food Bank – Fort Pierce, FL
Diapers for Dignity: An Adult Incontinence Supply Bank (www.agingcarefl.org/
Atlanta Community Food Bank – Atlanta, GA
Diaper Bank Partnership of Lake County, IL (Any Lake County Illinois resident has access to the diaper bank by contacting any local social service agency to get help.)
Diaper Bank of Northern Illinois – McHenry, IL
Diaper Bank of Southern Illinois – Carbonale, IL
Fremont Township – Mundelein, IL
Call 847-223-2847 if you live in the township and need assistance
Messy Moments Ministry – Sparta, IL
Evansville Christian Life Center – Evansville, IN
St. Thomas Episcopal Church/Non-food Pantry – Plymouth, IN
The Detroit Area Diaper Bank – Detroit, MI
The Diaper Alliance – Midland, MI
Mid-Michigan Diaper Bank – Lansing, MI
Families Helping Each Other – St. Paul, MN
The Diaper Drive – Spring Lake Park, MN
Piedmont Diaper Bank – Piedmont, NC
Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina – Raleigh, NC
Adult Care Brief Bank – Bergen County, NJ
Modestly Cover Diaper Bank – Essex County, NJ
Hunterdon Diaper Bank – Hunterdon County, NJ
Child & Family Resources – Mount Arlington, NJ
ICNA Relief – NJ – Newark and Somerset, NJ
Northern Nevada Diaper Bank – Reno, NV (Women and Children’s Center of Sierra, NV are the coordinators for the Bank – Phone:(775) 825-7395)
Things of My Very Own, Inc. – Crisis Intervention Center – Schenectady, NY
Cuyahoga County Diaper Bank (The Downey House) – Cleveland, OH
Mid-Ohio Foodbank – Grove City, OH
Lebanon Food Pantry – Lebanon, OH
(513) – 932-3917
Together We Make a Difference – Napoleon, OH
Sisters in Power – Toldedo OH
Bend Community Center/Diaper Bank – Bend, OR
PDX Diaper Bank – Portland, OR
Mitzvah Circle Foundation – Blue Bell, PA
The Greater Philadelphia Diaper Bank – Richboro, PA
Austin Diaper Bank – Austin, TX
Texas Diaper Bank – San Antonio, TX
Tricities Diaper Ministry – Bristol, VA
Hope Charitable Services-Greater Hampton Roads Diaper Bank – Portsmouth, VA
The Other Bank – Olympia, WA
Tri-Cities Diaper Bank – Pasco, WA
We continually try to update this list as we learn of new banks or as services change. If you are aware of a bank not on our list, please forward the information to us in our Contact Us area. If you learn that a bank is no longer providing adult products, we need to know that, too.
More Incontinence Product Information Resources
If you need baby diapers or diaper products for toddlers and older children, use the listing available on the National Diaper Bank Network.
Other resources and ideas on reimbursement and insurance for incontinence products (Medicaid, VA, IRS deductions, etc.) can be located on our sister website, Continence Central: Reimbursement & Insurance.
On Continence Central (www.continencecentral.org) you will also find many places to purchase a wide variety of incontinence products.
Manufacturer coupons and rebates for absorbent products and also prescribed medications for incontinence and OAB can be accessed on Needymeds.com.
Do You Want to Start a Diaper Bank?
If you would like to start a local bank or do a diaper drive, check out the information provided here by Diaper Bank of Southern Arizona.
Do You Want to Donate Incontinence Products?
If you have extra products to donate to someone in need, check to see if there is a diaper bank in your area in the list above. If no diaper banks are operating in your area, you may be able to donate your incontinence products to:
- a local food bank
- a senior citizen’s center
- homeless shelters
- shelter for women escaping domestic violence
- your local township office
- your place of worship that has a health ministry program
- an assisted living community (contact the social worker at the facility)
- Salvation Army
- St. Vincent de Paul
- your local Area Agency on Aging
- local VFW or American Legion posts who may assist local veterans in need
- local visiting nurse agency
- at-home caregivers – check with neighbors and friends who might know of someone in need in the neighborhood
If you find other great locations for donating products, or can help us update our diaper bank directory, please write to us at email@example.com and we will add your suggestions to this page.