Breastfeeding Friendly Places in Jeffco
Babies thrive on breast milk. Breastfeeding parents need support from their community to be successful.
Breastfeeding Friendly Medical Office Toolkit - Resources for your patients and ideas to make your office more breastfeeding friendly. Learn how health care providers can build their breastfeeding management skills.
Breastfeeding Friendly Employer Toolkit - Become a breastfeeding friendly workplace and support breastfeeding employees and their families. Family friendly policies are good for business.
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As part of the Advancing Breastfeeding in Colorado project JCPH has funds, training, and support available for health care providers, employers and child cares in Jefferson County. Contact our team by emailing Allison Wilson [email protected] to learn more.
Free breastfeeding classes are offered at the Lakewood, Arvada and Wheat Ridge WIC clinics. Spanish-speaking breastfeeding information can be provided on an individual basis. Classes are held monthly and last approximately one hour. Take-home material will be handed out during the class.
For more information, please contact:
- WIC clinics at 303-271-5780
- Kelsey Rivera, WIC Lactation Program Supervisor, at 303-239-7139
B.E.S.T.-Feeding Club — Breastfeeding Moms Group
Jefferson County Public Health and the Mothers’ Milk Bank have partnered together to provide a free breastfeeding moms group.
Meetings twice per week
10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
at Mothers’ Milk Bank
5394 Marshall Street
Arvada, CO 80002
Join us for fun, friendship and free information. Download the flyer (PDF). Please contact Heather Cordova at 720-476-2332 or Kelsey Rivera at 303-239-7139 with any questions.
Mothers' Milk Bank Donation and Outreach Center
Our Lakewood WIC Clinic is the first WIC site in Colorado to become a Donation and Outreach Center for the Arvada-based Mothers' Milk Bank. If you are breastfeeding and have an abundance of human milk, please consider becoming a donor. Call the Mothers' Milk Bank at 303-369-1888 or visit their website to find out how! We support human milk donors by drawing blood, storing milk and preparing shipments to Mothers' Milk Bank.