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Meet Our Team
Pregnancy Birth Support
Parent Support Meetings
Parent and Baby Play Group
Teen Parent? Protect Your Future! Stay in School!
Parent Community Announcement Board
"Moms Night Out" Event
Local Breastfeeding Support
Becoming a Dad
Local Resources
YES - Youth Employment Services
Transportation Assistance
Benefits of "Hands On" Experiences
CPR - The Importance of CPR Education
Baby Care
The Importance of Baby Carrying
Infant Massage
Parenting Tools
Lending Library
Building a Family
Child Development
10 Things Every Child Needs
Discipline Techniques For Your Toddler
A-Z Guide to Baby Illnesses and Injuries
Doctors and Emergencies
Immunization Schedule
How to Comfort a Crying Baby
Sleep Solutions for Baby
Shaken Baby Impact Syndrome
Safety in the Home
Car Seat Safety
Fun Activities
Mommy and Me Time!
Reading to Your Child
Postpartum Assistance
Day Care
Food Pantry
How to Make Your Own Baby Food
Diaper Drive
Request form for needed items
Thank You
Holiday Events "Thank You"
Lamaze International Birth Network Grant Awarded
Press Releases
Mother's Gift Give-A-Way
Fund Raising


Want to make a difference

for a family ?



The Facts



*  Diapers cost $100/month or more!


* Full time work at minimum wage grosses $825/month.


* Community/Government programs DO NOT cover diapers - 

   not Food Stamps, not WIC.


* Large corporations DO NOT donate diapers unless you 

  have a multiple birth (beyond twins).


* Cloth is not always an option. Childcare centers require

   parents to leave disposable diapers with their child.


Availability  to  washers and driers are often times limited.


* A normal infant uses up to 12 diapers/day: a normal toddler

  8/day. In low income households, a baby may be in a single

  diaper all day or longer, increasing the risk of health

  problems and skin diseases.


*  A baby crying non-stop from being in a soiled diaper for a

  prolonged time period is more likely to be abused.


* Parents who can't afford $100/month to leave disposable

  diapers at childcare providers often leave the workforce until

  their child/ren are out of diapers. Childcare costs are

  subsidized, but there are NO subsidies for diapers!




Want to help our  community?  


Do It With Diapers!


We have a vision. Our hope for the future is to create a community where every person has her/his needs met. Our mission is to provide diapers to the young mothers and their families in Door County. We challenge you to make a difference. Donate today!



Drop off barrels have been provided at the following locations:


Hope United Church of Christ

141 S. 12th Ave

Sturgeon Bay


Wellness Center of Door County

5th Ave

Sturgeon Bay


Kathy Tellstrom Director YAPS Programming

Private Residence

Sturgeon Bay

559 - 0200 

Door County Diaper Drive is modeled after the
Southern Arizona Community Diaper Bank.


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Giving Parents a Helping Hand.


YAPS is appreciative of the support received from 








The information contained on this website is designed for educational purposes only. The information is not meant to replace the recommendations or advice of your Doctor or Pediatrician. Please consult your care providers regarding you and your child’s  health care.


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