Emergency Infant Services

Emergency Infant Services is a non-profit organization meeting the basic human needs of infants and children five and under (such as formula, milk, food, diapers, medicine & clothing) whose families are in crisis or emergency situations. Emergency Infant Services began thirty-six years ago by a task force that recognized an unmet need in the Tulsa Community. Long-term assistance was available to families with sustained poverty, but there was little help for families who needed short-term, immediate assistance. On January 1, 1977, EIS began addressing this issue and started serving the Tulsa community.