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Emergency Infant Services

Cause Area

  • Children & Youth
  • Crisis Support
  • Disaster Relief
  • Homeless & Housing
  • Hunger

Location

1110 S Denver AveTulsa, OK 74119 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

The mission of Emergency Infant Services is to meet the basic human needs of infants and children, through five yeas of age, whose families are in crisis.

Description

Emergency Infant Services is a non-profit agency meeting the basic human needs of infants and children through five years of age in the Tulsa area, whose families are in crisis or emergency situations. Our priority is to assure that infants and young children do not suffer hunger during difficult times when their parents are unable to provide infant formula, milk or food. We also strive to assist with other essential needs such as clothing, diapers, blankets, baby beds, car seats and medicine. Emergency Infant Services helps an average of 900 children a month, and the need is growing.

Reviews

Would you recommend Emergency Infant Services?
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by Carmen M. from Tulsa, OK (March 26, 2011)
My daughter and I went today and it was so nice, all the staff is so friendly and I was surprise of how even a 5 year old little girl came to help with her parents , and she was so happy to do it too. This is such an amazing organization and I am very happy I got to know about it.

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