Breastfeeding is not a one size fits all. Many families use a variety of methods to feed their babies breast milk - donor milk, exclusive pumping, breast/chest feeding and safe milk sharing. No matter how breast milk is delivered to your baby, it provides the best nourishment possible. Breast milk contains antibodies and good bacteria that help your baby fight off certain illnesses and infections. It is easy to digest and babies that are fed breast milk have less constipation and diarrhea. It's filled with nutrients and is all your baby needs for the first six months of life.
Listed below are links to breastfeeding support groups and resources to help you provide breast milk for your baby.
Breastfeeding Support Groups
AC Breastfeeding Support Group
A virtual breastfeeding support group hosted by Healthy Women, Healthy Families. Sessions are held Wednesdays from 3:30 to 4:30 pm via Zoom. Meetings are open to all breastfeeding individuals, regardless of location. Call/text 609-922-1136 or email email@example.com for the link.
Camden Breastfeeding Support Group
A virtual breastfeeding support group hosted by Healthy Women, Healthy Families. Sessions are held Wednesdays from 11:30 am - 1 pm via Zoom. Meetings are open to all breastfeeding individuals, regardless of location. Call/text 609-922-1136 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for the link.
La Leche League International
La Leche League International helps parents, families and communities to breastfeed, chest feed and human milk feed their babies through parent-to-parent support. La Leche League encourages, informs, educates, supports and promotes the use of human milk and the intimate relationship and development that comes from nursing a child for as long as mutually desired.
- La Leche League of Glassboro
- La Leche League of Haddonfield
- La Leche League of Marlton
- La Leche League of Vineland
Sistahs Who Breastfeed - Camden County
Peer-led breastfeeding support aimed at improving the health of individuals of color. Currently offering virtual breastfeeding support groups. For more information, contact email@example.com.
It's Only Natural | Office on Women’s Health
It's Only Natural helps African American individuals and families understand the health benefits of breastfeeding. To view website in Spanish, visit https://espanol.womenshealth.gov/its-only-natural/planning-ahead.
Website provides evidence-based information on breastfeeding and parenting.
Mothers Milk Bank North East
A non-profit milk bank providing pasteurized donor human milk to fragile babies throughout the Northeast. To view website in Spanish, visit https://milkbankne.org/acerca-de-nosotros/.
New Jersey Breastfeeding Coalition
A collaboration of families, health professionals and community representatives whose mission is to protect, promote and support breastfeeding.
New Jersey WIC (Women, Infants & Children)
WIC (Women, Infants & Children) promotes and supports exclusive breastfeeding and provides health and nutrition screenings for early identification or treatment of existing risk factors that contribute to poor growth rates in infants and children, poor pregnancy outcomes and poor health and nutrition status. Please contact your local WIC office to signup.
- Burlington County Health Department WIC
- Gateway Community Action WIC
- Gloucester County Health Department WIC
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