A monthly service to help babies and their caretakers will be coming to Chickasha on Wednesday.
Infant Crisis Service's BabyMobile is a baby food, formula and diaper pantry that is open to anyone with a baby under the age of four.
The first visit will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sept. 25 at the Grady County Health Department in Chickasha. The BabyMobile will return again—same time, same place—on Oct. 30 and Nov. 27.
The BabyMobile calendar is updated every month on their website at https://www.infantcrisis.org/get-help/babymobile/. There are also updates posted on the Infant Crisis Services Facebook page and Twitter each week on Sunday, Amanda Howell, Manager of Communications, said.
“Infant Crisis Services’ BabyMobile program has helped more than 20,000 babies and toddlers since 2013, and we are thrilled to begin monthly visits to Chickasha," Nicole Sukenis, Manager of BabyMobile Services, said. “Many families in Oklahoma lack resources for their babies, and the transportation to get where they need to go and we hope to eliminate that barrier with the BabyMobile program.”