It is heartbreaking to know that for some families something as simple as keeping a baby clean and dry is a major uphill battle. In 2010, it was discovered that 1 in 3 families are navigating Diaper Need, a shockingly high number. Unfortunately, that number has only continued to grow.
For some, that’s a diaper crisis. For others, being able to run out and purchase a pack of diapers whenever they need them is far from their reality. Instead, their reality is known as the Diaper Need crisis, a major problem many families in the US face with long lasting impacts on mom, dad, and baby.
More US states have pushed for abortion bans while millions of families struggle to provide the basic necessities, including diapers, for their children without any available government aid. Here are some of the small ways we all can do our part.
Here are three organizations dedicated to supporting mothers, fathers, and babies with many of the basic, yet unaddressed needs they are faced with everyday. They are making a difference and providing the foundation for a better future for these families.
For parents, especially mothers, living in poverty, the need for diapers is a nearly everyday dilemma. One that, for the most part, goes unnoticed and unaddressed. Here's a look into the affects of diaper need for struggling families.
It has become quite a well known fact: 1 in 3 mothers experience diaper need in the U.S. Diaper need has several consequences, including negative health effects on the baby. Therefore, here are some resources for those that are in need of diapers, postpartum depression aid, and ways we can do our part.