A diverse team of caring professionals work together to make sure that Mom’s Place delivers the highest quality care to our clients.
WIC Breastfeeding Peer Counselors: A WIC mother experienced in breastfeeding her child. She has completed a 20-hour breastfeeding training course to enable her to help mothers with normal breastfeeding issues. Peer counselors talk with pregnant mothers about breastfeeding, teach breastfeeding classes, make follow-up calls, and help with normal breastfeeding problems.
International Board Certified Lactation Consultant: IBCLCs improve breastfeeding outcomes. IBCLCs have a unique body of knowledge and skill to provide breastfeeding and lactation care in routine and high-risk situations. The availability of IBCLCs increases breastfeeding rates, which, in turn, improves the health outcomes for the individual, the community, the nation, and the world.
Registered Nurse, IBCLC: RN, IBCLCs have extensive experience with infants and breastfeeding children and their families both acute and ambulatory settings. RN, IBCLCs are uniquely prepared to assist with medical and special breastfeeding situations.