The Diaper Train distributes diapers to families referred by one of our partner agencies. Families must live in Wake County and have a written referral from an approved agency.
Frequently Asked Questions
I'm new to The Diaper Train. How does it work?
You need a referral for your first visit only. Approved referral agencies include:
- Any program through Wake County Human Services, such as:
Nurse Family Partnership
Wake County Public School Nurse
- Garner Area Ministries
- Raleigh Housing Authority. If you live in an apartment owned by RHA, see your property manager for a referral.
You can return once every 5 weeks until your child's 3rd birthday or your child is toilet trained, whichever comes first.
You must bring a photo ID every time you visit.
How long does my referral last?
We will keep your referral on file for 3 years. After that, if you still need our services, you will need a new referral from an approved agency.
What if I have another child?
For current program participants, we simply require that you bring documentation from the hospital as verification for your newborn.
What are your hours?
The Diaper Train is open for curbside service on Tuesday and Thursday mornings, 9:30 - 12:00.
Where are you located?
We’re inside Saint Saviour's Center at the corner of Tucker Street and Boylan Avenue in Raleigh. Our parking lot faces the 500 block of Boylan. Click here for a map.
For more information, contact Lisa Hardesty at email@example.com.
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