Cobb and Douglas WIC hosts prenatal breastfeeding classes and provides individual breastfeeding counseling. Women may also enroll in the WIC Peer Counseling Program, which offers Mom-to-Mom Breastfeeding Support. Access to free breast pumps are also an option. **Breastfeeding community questions are welcomed, but some breastfeeding services depend on current WIC enrollment. For more information about WIC Breastfeeding Support, please visit the following website: https://wicbreastfeeding.fns.usda.gov/
Akwaaba (Welcome) Wellness offers Community Breastfeeding Support Groups once a month on the 2nd Tuesday of the month. This is free to the public and the location is at a local city park. We also offer Virtual Breastfeeding Classes and Virtual Lactation Consultations. We have scholarships and use a sliding fee scale to determine your ability to pay. We offer a Free 15 minute lactation call to answer your quick questions.
Breastfeeding Peer Counselor for East Central Public Health Department. Coordinates WIC breastfeeding promotional activities, serves on CSRA Breastfeeding Coalition. Provides breastfeeding education and support to WIC Clients. Pump loans available to mothers returning to work or school, experiencing medical separations from infants, or breastfeeding problems where a pump may be warranted. Lactation consultations may be arranged by appointment only. WIC Breastfeeding Peer Counselors offer breastfeeding encouragement and support through clinic visits, contacts by phone, text, or email and home or clinic visits to help with breastfeeding problems.
A breastfeeding mother, nurse, and breastfeeding counselor - one of the many wonderful (and free!) breastfeeding counselors of Breastfeeding USA of North Jersey. We have free monthly meetings to share stories and offer support. Find us on Instagram and Facebook - @bfusanjnorth. Also available by phone or e-mail 24/7.
Organización comunitaria dedicada a la alimentación infantil segura, preparación y respuesta a emergencias y desastres, y capacitación en lactancia. Servicios de apoyo en alimentación intantil libre de costo o a costos módicos a base de justicia, capacitaciones a cambio de voluntariado o a costos asequibles. Visitas al hogar con medidas de seguridad. Grupos de apoyo presenciales y virtuales. Cursos de certificación como IYCFS (Especialista en Alimentación Infantil Segura) y CLAAS (Certificado de Especialista en Lactancia Avanzada y Alimentación Segura). Mentoría para candidatos al IBCLC.
Comprehensive lactation support program for Berkshire County residents. Breastfeeding/childbirth classes, personalized consultations, in-person and virtual, curbside weight checks and milk transfer weights, playgroups, Teen to 23 Project, preemptive call program through 6 months, 7 day a week Breastfeeding/Parenting Support Line, staff lactation trainings. Services are funded through grants and fundraising with no charge to families.
Breastfeeding Support Group (free) - join our new mothers and learn about breastfeeding techniques, parenting issues, and how to prepare to return to work. No registration is required. Virtua Memorial Conference Center - every Wednesday 11:00 am-12:30 pm; Virtua Voorhees Garden Level Conference Center - every Wednesday 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm. Working Mom Survival Guice: Back to Work Support Group (free) - more than half of all new moms go back to work when their infants are younger than one year old. Bring your infant to our evening and afternoon support group where we will discuss balancinencg new schedules, breast or bottle feeding, and caring for yourself (young siblings are also welcome). Virtua Memorial Conference Center - every other Thursday evening 6:30 pm- 7:30 pm; Virtua Voorhees Garden Level Conference Center - every other Monday afternoon 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm.
The BRC has 65 trained peer counselors to help you navigate your breastfeeding journey. You can call, text, or email your personal counselor. Call our office to sign up for a counselor or call our Helpline at 215-572-8044.
Breastfeeding USA, Inc. provides evidence-based information and support, and promotes breastfeeding as the biological and cultural norm. We accomplish this through a network of accredited breastfeeding counselors and comprehensive resources for the benefit of mothers and babies, families, and communities.
Breastfeeding USA - North Central Florida Chapter. Proving evidence-based information and support. Stormy: email@example.com, (352) 354-3725, Phone Calls, Text, Email. Sarah: firstname.lastname@example.org, (386) 454-4599, Phone Calls, Text, Email. Ashley, email@example.com, (352) 247-2333, Text, Email. https://breastfeedingusa.org/content/north-central-florida-chapter
(Virtual consults available). Hola! I am a mom of 2 with a combined 4 years of breastfeeding and counting. I am based near the Lizella area but I am willing to go the distance to meet a Mama in need! In March 2017 I became a Certified Counselor for Breastfeeding USA and I have been thrilled to serve the Middle Ga Area. I love the fellowship and friendships I have made and I look forward to taking it one step further by also reaching out to the Spanish Speaking Community. SE HABLA ESPANOL!!! Con Amor/Love, Brenda Lewis
Individual support for breastfeeding parents in person, by phone, or online.
Monthly Breastfeeding Support Group at The Ballet School in Valdosta, GA
Join us for a FREE breastfeeding support group. Come relax, nurse your baby, and discuss with other nursing parents. A Breastfeeding USA counselor will be available to answer questions and provide one on one help with feeding positions/latch. A variety of breastfeeding topics will be discussed as a group! Partners and siblings are welcome!
Offering virtual counseling, support group and classes. We are a group of three Lactation Counselors and one IBCLC who offer free breastfeeding support groups twice weekly. We also offer home visits at a very affordable rate for moms who seek more extensive one-on-one support
Care Net Pregnancy Center of Indian River County provides free breastfeeding classes and lactation consultations through in-person, or virtual options. Please give us a call at 772-569-7939 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Caring for Mamas provides birth and postpartum doula services to women in the Greater Boston and Southern New Hampshire areas. Caring for Mamas also provides postnatal advocate services which include helping women with scheduling, meal prep, acquiring and vetting childcare services, and having all the tools they need to make the transition from maternity leave to the next phase of their postpartum journey.