MY CHILD NEEDS HELP
EIS is here to help! We assist children five years old and younger with basic needs items such as formula, food, diapers, clothing, and other children’s items. Each family may receive services from EIS up to four times in a calendar year, and basic needs visits must be two weeks apart.
EIS helps children five and under and pregnant women up to four times a year. You must have custody of the child to receive services.
EIS helps with basic needs items for children five and under. We focus on formula, food, diapers, clothing, and other baby’s and children’s items.
EIS helps families up to four times a year. Visits must be at least two weeks apart.
- Photo ID for the Parent
- Form of identification with the name and date of birth of each child receiving assistance. Acceptable forms include the following:
- Birth Certificates
- Foot prints from the hospital
- Shot records
- Passports or other forms of identification from other countries with the Date of Birth on it.
WE CANNOT TAKE SOCIAL SECURITY CARDS BECAUSE THEY DO NOT INCLUDE THE DATE OF BIRTH.
- Proof of Custody if you are not the birth parent. You need current custody to receive service.
- If you are pregnant, you must provide proof of pregnancy with due date. We do not accept ultrasounds.
No appointment is necessary. EIS is a walk-in only agency. To receive our services, simply bring your required documents and come to one of our locations during our open hours. All visits are on a first come, first serve basis.
EIS provides generic formula. If your child needs a name brand formula or specialty formula, a doctor’s note is required.
For pregnant women, we only offer groceries and maternity clothing. Unfortunately, we cannot offer any baby items until after you give birth. A visit as a pregnant woman will count towards your four basic needs visits per year.
No. We do not require you to bring your children. However, you must bring documentation with the children’s name and date of birth on it.
If you have other questions that are not answered here, please call EIS at 918-582-2469.
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