NOTE: 2016 will be the last year that TBA will maintain this listing!
Please encourage everyone you know who provides a breastfeeding-related resource to go on-line and post their information on ZipMilk.
ZipMilk is a free on-line resource that allows you to enter a zip code and find the type of breastfeeding assistance you need anywhere in the state. It can be accessed from the NC Breastfeeding Coalition website or at Individuals responsible for resources can post and edit their own entries whenever necessary.
December 2015 Disclaimer: A Breastfeeding Resources listing does not indicate a recommendation by the Triangle Breastfeeding Alliance, Inc. It simply provides contact information for possible sources of support for breastfeeding and lactation.
La Leche League – mission is to help mothers worldwide to breastfeed through mother-to-mother support, encouragement, information, and education, and to promote a better understanding of breastfeeding as an important element in the healthy development of the baby and mother. La Leche League of NC is accredited by La Leche League International, and volunteer Leaders are experienced breastfeeding mothers who are familiar with research and current findings dealing with all aspects of nursing.
They offer practical information and support to nursing mothers through telephone help, monthly meetings, and lending libraries of books on childbirth, breastfeeding, and related parenting topics. All breastfeeding mothers and pregnant women interested in breastfeeding are welcome to attend meetings or call leaders for breastfeeding help. Mothers can become members of La Leche League and enjoy even more benefits.
Toll Free Breastfeeding Help – 877 4 LA LECHE (877-452-5324)
Nursing Mothers of Raleigh – an all-volunteer non-profit 501(c)(3) organization serving breastfeeding families in the Triangle area. We charge no dues, provide support by phone and meet in a church on the first Thursday evening of each month at 7 PM and the third Thursday morning at 9:30 AM. We reach mothers on Facebook and at MeetUp.
Our volunteers (Counseling Mothers) are recruited from women who regularly attend our public meetings for at least six months and demonstrate their passion for listening to and helping other women who want to breastfeed their babies.
We strive to provide evidence-based information in all of our efforts to support and promote breastfeeding. In order to do this, our counselors attend monthly education sessions in addition to attending one of our two monthly public meetings. Counseling Mothers also attend an annual conference covering the latest research on lactation in order to be able to provide the most up-to-date information to the public.
After serving as a Counseling Mother-In-Training for a period of one year, each of our volunteers takes an exam that gives them full Counseling Mother status, at which point they may lead public meetings and provide telephone counseling support. Further details are available on our website
Wake County Human Services’ Breastfeeding Support Group: Liquid Gold at Northern Regional Center (NRC-350 E. Holding Ave., Wake Forest, N.C. 27587) is a free breastfeeding support group led by our clinic staff: Dr. Etienne, Patricia Maness-FNP, and Shveta Patel-Nurse/lactation consultant. Meetings are held 2nd Thursday of each month from 1-2.30 pm. Note: Dates and times will be changing as of May 2016 (3rd Thursday of each month 9-11am).
Light refreshments are provided as well as child care for older children of participants. Our goal is to promote breastfeeding through counseling, support and education. Please check the website for any changes and call 919-562-6300 for further information. http://goo.gl/TxE1iL