If you are an individual in need of diapers, please contact one of the the various agencies listed below or click here to search for diapers and other services by zip code. The Northern Virginia Diaper Bank /NOVA Diaper Bank does not directly serve the public. Para esta página en español, haga clic aquí.
16 Royal Street, SE
Leesburg, VA 20175
10640 Page Avenue, Suite 300
Fairfax, VA 22030
Grace Ministries of Sterling, United Methodist Church
304 East Church Road
Sterling VA 20164
Good Shepherd Alliance
20684 Ashburn Road
Ashburn, VA 20147
20 Export Dr, Sterling, VA 20164
Phone: (703) 554-9386
Assistance Services and Pantry Program
11484 Washington Plaza West, Suite 120
Reston, VA 20190
P.O. Box 4019
Leesburg, VA 20177
Click here to search on-line in your zip code for diapers and other service.
Medicaid provides incontinence supplies for children with disabilities and adults in the state of Virginia. In order to obtain diapers and diapering supplies, Caregivers or eligible individuals should contact the Medicaid Support Coordinator who will give available options and explain the difference between Consumer Directed Care or Agency Directed Care. Incontinence supplies require a Medicaid Waiver. Moms in Motion and At Home Your Way are Consumer-Directed facilitation providers for Virginia's Medicaid Waiver Programs. These organizations will help you find what is available and how to access services including incontinence supplies as well as other necessary services. The phone number for Moms in Motion and At Home Your Way is 800-417-0908.
If you are a Caregiver or are a diaper pantry providing incontinence supplies for individuals with disabilities on Medicaid, please have the Caregiver or individual connect with the Medicaid Support Coordinator. Click here for a short video from Moms in Motion with information about how Medicaid Waivers may be able to help the families you are supporting.