Wee Care

Our Wee Care Program provides infant clothing, blankets, diapers and so much more, on an emergency basis. This program enables us to provide material help to women and their babies when their needs cannot be met by other organizations or public agencies. We also provide information regarding the development of the pre-born baby and the care of the newborn infant. Over 600 families are lovingly helped each year thanks to our generous friends.

For more information or volunteer opportunities, please call us at the Wee Care Hotline: 734.524.0165.

By appointment only. Rlease leave a message and our Director will get back to you as soon as possible.

32540 Schoolcraft Road, Suite 100
Livonia, MI 48150-4305
Phone: 734.524.0165

Due to space limitations or legal restrictions, it has become necessary to make the following changes to what can be accepted and stored for Wee Care:

We can no longer accept:

baby food, bedding (used), books, bottles (used), car seats (used), cribs, clothing (size 18 months and over), formula (expired), or stuffed animals (used)

The only CLEAN, GENTLY USED clothing we are able to accept are: SLEEPERS and OUTFITS - sized 3 Months to 12 Months

***** NEW ITEMS NEEDED *****

New Clothing

sleepers - sizes 0-3 mos. to 12 mos.
outfits - sizes 0-3 mos. to 12 mos

New Bedding

crib blankets
crib sheets
receiving blankets
towels and cloths

Baby Equipment

bassinets - in good condition that can be wheeled
car seats - new only
strollers - new & gently used
tubs - new only

high chairs - new & gently used

pack and plays - new only


bottles (plastic) - new only
diapers - size 1 to 6 only
stuffed animals - new only

Monetary Donations & Gift Cards - We are also so grateful to receive these as they help us provide special needed items.


Michigan Safe Delivery of Newborns Law

Safe Delivery Hotline: 866-733-7733

Please don't abandon your baby!

The Basics:

• Parents can anonymously surrender a newborn within 72 hours of birth to an Emergency Service Provider (ESP)

• An ESP is an employee/contractor of a hospital, fire department or police station and EMS when responding to a 9-1-1 emergency call

• The newborn is examined by a physician

• Any unharmed newborn is transferred to a child placing agency

• Parents may change their minds within 28 days of surrender. 


Where can I find out more information?

The Michigan Department of Human Services site has everything you need, whether you are a Mother who can't keep her baby or a hospital employee who needs to know how to handle Safe Delivery situations. Go to: DHS - Safe Delivery

Come back soon! We have much more information coming!

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