Find local breastfeeding resources and support!
You can find local breastfeeding support, including lactation consultants, WIC clinics, community breastfeeding support groups and educators, and physicians, at LABreastfeedingSupport.org or by calling the Partners for Healthy Babies line at 1-800-251-BABY (2229).
Other Places You Can Call or Visit for Breastfeeding Help
Come every Wednesday from 10am – 2pm for mother to mother support and light refreshments. A Baby Café is a free resource for pregnant and breastfeeding mothers to get support from specifically-trained staff and to share experiences with other moms. No appointment is needed and Baby Café sites are generally open at least once a week and offer refreshments, comfortable seating, and open-forum discussion
It’s Only Natural helps African-American women and their families understand the health benefits of breastfeeding—not just for babies, but for moms too. Here, you’ll find facts about breastfeeding and get practical tips on how to make breastfeeding work for you while getting the support you need.
Questions about using medications during pregnancy or breastfeeding? Call the Infant Risk Center of Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center at (806) 352-2519 Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm central time or visit www.infantrisk.com
Click here to find an ILCA Member/International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) near you.
The LA WIC program provides breastfeeding support and education to its participants. To find a WIC clinic near you visit LABreastfeedingSupport.org or click here. You can also call 1-800-251-BABY (2229) to find WIC clinics and other resources in your area.
A nurse home-visiting program for first time mothers. Find out if you are eligible by clicking here.
La Leche League International (Mother-to-mother breastfeeding support group)
La Leche League has many sources of breastfeeding information. To find a La Leche League group in your area visit LLL of Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana.
Breastfeeding resources and information from the Office on Women’s Health.
Milk Banking Resources