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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 admin@snvbreastfeeding.org. 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.


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National Breastfeeding Helpline: (800) 994-9662

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. Re-certifies every 5 years. Educated to handle more complex breastfeeding scenarios.

Advanced Lactation Consultant (ALC) Completed 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.

Lactation Consultants

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

Lauren Frey, MA, CCC-SLP, IBCLC
www.lvlactation.com
(702) 919-6519

Rosemarie Casillas, IBCLC, CLE, CIMI
cimi.rosemarie@gmail.com
(702) 592-7673 *Takes some insurances

Colette Moore, BSN, RN, IBCLC
(702) 217-0882                                                        www.lasvegasbreastfeeding.com

Brittni Lents, BS, IBCLC, ALC
Blents.ibclc@gmail.com
(702) 530-7665

Semaj Bruce, IBCLC
Breastfeeding with Maj, LLC                                            BFGwithMaj@gmail.com
(702) 720-5198

Suzette Cruz, BSN, IBCLC
Sc.ibclc@gmail.com
(702) 812-2223

Alura Hirsch, IBCLC
vegasvalleyls@gmail.com
www.vegasvalleylactation.com                                      (702) 487-0791 *Takes some insurances

Lactation Counselor

Fortune Cotten, CBS
Breastfeeding & Me
www.breastfeedingandme.com

Aisha Fanning, CLEC, Doula
Vegas Family Doula
www.vegasfamilydoula.com
(702) 907-6378

Kealy Hawk, BSN, RN, CLC
Mama Moo Lactation
www.mamamoolactation.com
(307) 282-0220

Rikki Jenkins, BS, CLC, CBE, Doula
Sacred Journey LV
www.sacredjourneylv.com
(702) 508-8853

Jefferyanna Nelson, CLC, Doula
Jefferyanna’s Doula services
www.jefferyanna.com
(702) 245-9100

Breastfeeding & Postpartum Support

Angel Breast Pumps
Offering breast pump rentals and discounted sales
(702) 862-6435 www.angelpumps.net
11am-7pm daily

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. Warm line: (702) 616-4908

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

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

Vegas Family Doulas
Postpartum support, Placenta encapsulation, Meal Prep.
(702) 907-6378
www.vegasfamilydoulas.com

Virginia Bobro, Childbirth Educator, Doula
Lactation Visits, Prenatal breastfeeding classes, Birth Story Healing.
vbobro@gmail.com www.lasvegasbirth.com

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

Sacred Journey LV
Pregnancy & Postpartum Care, Postpartum Meal Prep, Lactation Classes, Childbirth Education, Evidence Based Birth Classes
(702) 508-8853
www.sacredjourneylv.com

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

Southern Nevada Health District
Nurse Family Partnership and Embracing Healthy Baby are both free home visiting programs. Nurse Family Partnership is for pregnant first time mothers. Clients get assigned their own personal nurse. Embracing Healthy Baby is for pregnant mothers or mothers with infants less than 6 months old. Clients will be paired with a Community Health Nurse and a Community Health Worker. Enrollment in both programs is voluntary and Nurses and / or Community Health Workers provide education, resources and offer free breastfeeding support in the home.
www.southernnevadahealthdistrict.org
(702) 759-0892

Nevada Division of Public & Behavioral Health
http://dpbh.nv.gov/Programs/MIP/MIP-Home/

Women, Infants, & Children (WIC)
If you qualify for WIC, you qualify to see a WIC IBCLC for no cost! 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 who are at nutrition risk. Visit the website for the closest WIC clinic and store.
1-800-863-8942
www.nevadawic.org
www.itcnwic.org
702-249-0325

Nevada WIC Breastfeeding Support
https://wicbreastfeeding.fns.usda.gov/

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

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.

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 admin@snvbreastfeeding.org. 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.

Telephone Resources

Breastfeeding Helpline
Monday – Friday: 9 am – 6 pm
(English and Spanish) 1 (800) 994-9662
www.Womenshealth.gov

Infant Risk Center
Up-to-date evidence-based information on the use of medications during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
Monday – Friday: 8am – 5pm
1(806) 352-2519

Work Life Law
Free legal hotline for Mothers who are or plan to pump after returning to work.
(415) 703-8276

The Motherhood Concierge
Maternity consultant/baby planner and work with breastfeeding moms through pregnancy and postpartum mothers.
702-483-8898

Apps

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

Coffective(free)–a tool to help pregnant women set and reach their goals

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

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

Local Facebook Groups & Blogs

Breastfeeding Welcomed Here https://www.facebook.com/BreastfeedingWelcomedHereNV
Big Latch On-Las Vegas        https://www.facebook.com/BigLatchOnLasVegas/ 
Las Vegas Valley Homebirth    www.facebook.com/groups/515057985176333/
Lactation Connection of LV                        www.facebook.com/groups/LCofLV/
Southern Nevada Breastfeeding Coalition https://www.facebook.com/snvbreastfeeding.org/

Other Resources:

Nevada 2-1-1 website:
https://www.nevada211.org/

Nevada Equal Rights Commission:
Phone: 775-823-6690
https://detr.nv.gov/Page?Id=166
The NERC upholds Title VII and the Nevada Pregnant Workers Act- both which protect mom from discrimination due to pregnancy and pregnancy related (breastfeeding) conditions.

Center for Work Life Law:
https://www.pregnantatwork.org/pregnant-women-pregnancy/breastfeeding-employees/
(415) 703-8276; they may offer free legal advice.

Fact sheet tailored to NV law with a number of wonderful suggestions:
https://www.pregnantatwork.org/wp-content/uploads/Talking-About-Your-Pump-Nevada-Factsheet.pdf
Sample letter for mom to give to her employer for pumping at work.

A Positive Parenting Practice – Parenting a teen is not easy. Many outside influences distract our youth and add challenges to parenting efforts. Youth need adults who are there for them—people who connect with them, communicate with them, spend time with them, and show a genuine interest in them. A key parental role is helping teens understand that their health and well-being—now and in the future—are not simply a matter of chance, but a matter of choice.
By engaging in positive parenting, parents can help their adolescent make healthy choices.
https://www.cdc.gov/healthyyouth/protective/positiveparenting.htm

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 admin@snvbreastfeeding.org. 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 April 2021

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