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Southern Nevada Breastfeeding Coalition cannot be held liable for the practices of providers listed on our resource page. It is for informational resource purposes only. If you have concerns about a provider on this listing please contact us at snvbreastfeeding@gmail.com. Providers listed in this directory, unless otherwise indicated, charge a fee for their services. Some have a sliding scale and some accept insurances. The credentials listed after their names are listed as the individual requested and described below. None have been verified by SNBC.

All licensed health practitioners have additional continuing education requirements to remain current in their respective fields.


Printable Resource List

National Breastfeeding Helpline: (800) 994-9662

Lactation Specialists in Southern NV

International Lactation Consultant Association
www.ilca.org

Rosemarie Arroyo Casillas, IBCLC
Breastfeeding & CPR classes at Belly Bliss
Private in-home consultations
(702) 592-7673, www.desertperinatalspa.com

Laura Cooper, BA, CLEC, Student Lactation Consultant
Advanced Breastfeeding Support of Las Vegas
www.breastfeedingsupportlv.com
Office: (702) 764-9290  Cell: (702) 321-6712

Phelicia Cyrus, CLC
Next 2 Venus
Private in-home consultations
(725) 500-6559, www.pheliciacyrus.com

Christine Ferguson, RN, ICCE, IBCLC
Sacred Beginnings
(702) 907-7542

Zena Gresham, IBCLC
Z to A Lactation
(702) 425-2791, ZtoALactation@gmail.com

Alura Hirsch, CLC, ALC
Vegas Valley Lactation Services
Lactation visits
(702) 483-1666, www.vegasvalleylactation.com

Colette Moore, BSN, RN, IBCLC
Private in-home consultations, prenatal packages
(702) 217-0882, www.lasvegasbrestfeeding.com

Jefferyanna Nelson, CLC
Doula & CLC
(702) 245-9100, www.jefferyanna.com

Jollina Simpson, IBCLC
Private in-home consultations
(702) 524-9705

Autumn Wake, RN, BSN, IBCLC
Advanced Breastfeeding Support of Las Vegas
www.breastfeedingsupportlv.com
Office: (702) 764-9290  Cell: (904) 613-8255

Lisa Weinshenker, RN, BSN, IBCLC
Breastfeeding and Babies, Yeah!
(702) 944-7437, www.breastfeedinglv.com

When calling a provider from this list, please indicate that you got their name from this breastfeeding resource directory.

Keys to Credentials

International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) – most extensive formal lactation education and requires clinical hands on training lactation; has passed an international certification exam and has in continuing education requirements in lactation. Recertifies every 5 years. Educated to handle more complex breastfeeding scenarios.
Advanced Lactation Consultant (ALC) – Completed a 45-hour training and have passed a criterion-referenced examination, and demonstrated the competencies and skills required to provide counseling, requires recertification every 3 years.
Certified Lactation Counselor (CLC) – has successfully completed a one-week course (45 hour) of training and competency verification in breastfeeding and lactation support. Re-certifies every 3 years.
Certified Lactation Educator (CLE) – has successfully completed a one-week course (45 hour) in basic lactation and its management and required post seminar homework.
Certified Lactation Educator Counselor (CLEC) – has successfully completed a 45-hour credit course in basic lactation and its management and required post seminar homework which may include a clinical component.
Bachelors of Science in Nursing (BSN)
Registered Nurse (RN)
Bachelor of the Arts (BA)
International Certified Childbirth Educator (ICCE)

Thank you for Breastfeeding in PUBLIC!

NRS 201.232 Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a mother may breast feed her child in any public or private location where the mother is otherwise authorized to be, irrespective of whether the nipple of the mother’s breast is uncovered during or incidental to the breastfeeding. AB 113 Requires certain employers to make certain accommodations for a nursing mother.


Lactation Specialists in Southern NV

La Leche League leaders provide mother-to-mother support,
encouragement, and education to pregnant and
breastfeeding mothers.
www.lalecheleaguenv.org
Corrine 702-822-2229
Kate 702-203-4803
Jenny 702-340-6970
Dorothy 702-588-0445

Breastfeeding USA
Breastfeeding Counselors are experienced breastfeeding
mothers accredited following completion of a
comprehensive breastfeeding education program.
www.breastfeedingusa.org
Alura 702-250-5506

Breastfeeding Support
A Happy Nest
Postpartum support, Placenta encapsulation, Meal Prep.
(702) 907-NEST (6338) www.ahappynest.net

Angel Breast Pumps
Offering breast pump rentals and discounted sales
(702) 862-6435 www.angelpumps.net

Belly Bliss / Desert Perinatal Associates
Breastfeeding, Infant CPR, Pump rentals, prenatal massage
(702) 597-5158 www.desertperinatalspa.com

Doulas of Las Vegas
Pregnancy & postpartum care, prenatal yoga, lactation
(702) 476-8998 www.doulasoflasvegas.com

St. Rose Barbara Greenspun Women’s Care Center
Private consultations, baby weigh station, weekly support
group, classes, pump rentals. Se Habla espanol
(702) 616-4901. Warmline: (702) 616-4908

Summerlin Hospital Medical Center
Breastfeeding moms group (IBCLC & CLC)
summerlinhospital.com Helpline (702) 233-7542

The Healthy Living Institute at UMC
Health and wellness activities & education, car seat classes,
senior celebrations, private lactation consults
(702) 383-7353 www.umcsn.com

Well Rounded Momma
Private consultations, support groups, breastfeeding classes
(702) 478-5080 www.wellroundedmomma.com

Postpartum Support Services

Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders (PMADs) Encompass a range of mental health disorders. You are not alone. With help, you will be well. Speak Up When Down.
For immediate assistance contact: (702) 970-8580
www.MaternalMentalHealthNOW.org
Gabrielle Kaufman, MA, LPCC, BC-DMT Director

Assistance Programs
DHHS – The Nevada Department of Health and Human Services promotes the health and well-being of its residents through the delivery or facilitation of a multitude of essential services to ensure families are strengthened, public health is protected, and individuals achieve their highest level of self-sufficiency.
www.dhhs.nv.gov

Nurse-Family Partnership
Maria Teresa Johnson, Sr. CHN
(702) 759-0779 to sign up
www.Nursefamilypartnership.org

Nevada Early Intervention Services
1-800-522-0066
Provides services to children birth until three with
developmental delay or disabilities, and their families.
This evaluation is free of charge.

Nevada 211
Call for information and referrals to health and human
service programs in Nevada

Nevada (PEP) Parents Empowering Parents
702.388.8899 Toll-Free 1.800.216.5188

Nevada PEP is a nonprofit organization that provides
information, services and training to Nevada families of
children with disabilities.

Nevada WIC
Starting healthy habits, growing brighter futures!
WIC provides nutritious foods, nutrition education,
breastfeeding support, and referrals to health and other
social services to participants at no charge. WIC serves
income eligible pregnant, postpartum and breastfeeding
women, and infants and children up to age 5 wo are at
nutrition risk. Visit website for closest WIC clinic and store.
1-800-863-8942 www.nevadawic.org

Telephone Resources

Breastfeeding Helpline
National Women’s Health Information Center provides and
locates nursing mother support
www.Womenshealth.gov
Monday–Friday:9am–6pm(EnglishandSpanish)
(800) 994-9662

Infant Risk Center
Up-to-date evidence-based information on the use of
medications during pregnancy and breastfeeding
Monday – Friday: 8am – 5pm
(806) 352-2519

Apps

Pacify (free to Nevada WIC participants)- all-inclusive
membership that provides on-demand access to a
nationwide network of nurses, nutritionists, and lactation
consultants who are available for consultation 24/7.

CentraCare Baby (free) – resource to build confidence
related to pregnancy, breastfeeding & adjustmentto parenting

Coffective (free) – a toolto help pregnant womenset and
reach their goals

LactMed ($6.99) – database of drugs and dietary
supplements that may affect breastfeeding

Breastfeeding Solutions ($6.99) – a guide to overcoming
most common breastfeeding problems

Facebook Groups & Blogs

Best for Babes Foundation
https://www.facebook.com/BestForBabes
Breastfeeding Aversion Agitation Awareness
www.facebook.com/breastfeedingaversion
Breastfeeding Welcomed Here
www.facebook.com/groups/334407923395646
Blacktating
www.facebook.com/BlacktatingBlog
Breastfeeding Moms Unite!
www.facebook.com/Breastfeeding-Moms-Unite
Dispelling Breastfeeding Myths
https://www.facebook.com/DispellingBfMyths

Facebook Groups & Blogs continued

Dysphoric Milk Ejection Reflex
www.facebook.com/DMERORG
For Babies’ Sake
www.facebook.com/ForBabiesSake
Historic Photos and Prints of Breastfeeding
www.facebook.com/HistoricBreastfeedingPhotos
IGT And Low Milk Supply Support Group
www.facebook.com/groups/IGTmamas/
Las Vegas Valley Homebirth
www.facebook.com/groups/515057985176333/
Lactation Connection of LV
www.facebook.com/groups/LCofLV/
Mocha Milk
www.mochamilk.blogspot.com
Tongue Tie Babies Support Group
www.facebook.com/groups/tonguetiebabies/
The Leaky B@@b
www.facebook.com/TheLeakyBoob
World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action (WABA)
www.facebook.com/groups/31307243403/about/

Educational Videos

Breastfeeding Medicine of Northeast Ohio
The Basics of Latching & Hand Expression
www.bfmedneo.com
Healthy Families BC
Alternative Feeding Methods for Newborns
www.healthyfamiliesbc.ca/home/articles/videoalternative-feeding-methods-newborns
Stanford Medicine
Breastfeeding Videos
www.med.stanford.edu/newborns/professionaleducation/breastfeeding.html
Global Health Media
For Mothers & Health Care Workers
www.globalhealthmedia.org/videos/breastfeeding

Internet Resources continued

Infant Risk Center ~ Dr. Hale, Texas Tech
www.infantrisk.com
International Baby Food Action Network
www.ibfan.org
Kelly Mom
www.kellymom.com
Lactation Education Resources
www.lactationtraining.com/resources/educationalmaterials/handouts-parents
Low Milk Supply
www.lowmilksupply.org
Nancy Mohrbacher: Breastfeeding Reporter
www.nancymohrbacher.com
Nevada Breastfeeds
www.nevadabreastfeeds.org
Nursing Freedom
www.nursingfreedom.org
Office of Women’s Health
https://www.womenshealth.gov/files/documents/fact-sheetbreastfeeding.pdf
phD in Parenting
www.phdinparenting.com
Work and Pump
www.workandpump.com
World Health Organization (WHO)
www.who.int/topics/breastfeeding/en/

Disclaimer

Southern Nevada Breastfeeding Coalition cannot be held liable for the practices of providers listed on our resource page
It is for informational resource purposes only. If you have concerns about a provider on this listing, please contact us at snvbreastfeeding@gmail.com. Providers listed in this directory, unless otherwise indicated, charge a fee for their services. Some have a sliding scale, and some accept insurances. The credentials listed after their names are listed as the individual requested and described. None have been verified by SNBC.
All licensed health practitioners have additional continuing education requirements to remain current in respective field.

Updated March 2018

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