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By contactus@napeds.com
August 08, 2016
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To mark National Breastfeeding Month this August, we wanted to remind you of the many resources we have to support our breastfeeding moms in the Valley.

Lactation support for breastfeeding moms: Kate Bohne does an incredible job running our well-attended breastfeeding support group every Wednesday morning in our Amherst office from 9:30-11:30 AM. No appointment is necessary. Click here for more information and a weekly calendar. 

Local breastfeeding resources: The Pioneer Valley Breastfeeding Coalition has a ton of resources at their website. Please visit them for additional support group times and local and national resources on breastfeeding, as well as more information on the benefits of breastfeeding.

Donor Breastmilk: NAP is a drop-off point for mom’s looking to donate their pumped breast milk. Donor milk is often used for premature babies whose moms may not be able to produce enough breastmilk yet due to their own health conditions. More information here or at Mothers’ Milk Bank Northeast

We are fortunate in the Valley to have so many sources of support for our breastfeeding moms. It’s not always easy and there are many different solutions and suggestions for breastfeeding problems, so reach out if you need help. Please let us know if you have any comments, questions, or suggestions.

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