Breastfeeding is the healthy choice for both mom and baby.We are here to help you get off to a good start with information to ease you both into knowing what to do!
Did you know...?
- 85% of mothers want to breasfeed
- 81% initiate breasfeeding
- Only 30% of mothers reach their breastfeeding goals without support.
We are here to help you reach your goals!
We offer information and advice on:
- Normal infant feeding patterns and what to expect
- Latch and positioning
- Breastfeeding challenges
- Navigating return to work or school
At your convenience!
- Phone support
- Clinic appointments
- Home visit appointments
- Prenatal educational classes
For more information, call 1-800-432-4121.
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