We are passionate about mothers receiving ongoing support to achieve their breastfeeding goals. Part of that support includes lactation professionals of color in BIPOC communities. We offer a monthly support groups for Black expectant/new families and a lactation training support group for aspiring IBCLCs of color. Our goal is to attack and mitigate the barriers Black, Indigenous and women of color face by creating a space for culturally sensitive and skilled lactation professionals of color.
CHOCOLATE MILK + HONEY T.E.A.
Welcome to our free breastfeeding circle for expectant and new mother's Chocolate Milk + Honey T.E.A. This group is sponsored by Jada Metcalf of The Milk + Honey Co. and Shavon Walls of Double the Love Lactation Services. This monthly groups supports Black families with breastfeeding and postpartum support groups through TEA.
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with no shade, honey about breastfeeding!! Virtual support and a strong village will help you achieve your breastfeeding and navigate postpartum recovery. So log on, meet some new BREASTIES and address any concerns from a Certified Breastfeeding Specialist, Jada Metcalf.
Topics will include:
The Golden Hour
Programming Your Milk Supply
Night time Feedings
Building Maternal Confidence
Returning to Work
Breastfeeding and Sexuality
Perinatal Mood Disorders and more....
Pregnancy it is the perfect time to learn the art of breastfeeding with confidence before your baby arrives. Although support groups help to encourage you on your journey a class will teach you all of the basics and evidence based information needed to successfully reach your breastfeeding goals? Sign up for an education class with me here.
Virtual Support Group> FREE
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Hey, honey. I'm Jada your local lactation and perinatal care specialist. I am a wife and mother of two breastfed boys and more than likely I have been where you are and I am the resource you are looking for. I am always eager to help new families navigate their way through breastfeeding and beyond. There's more click the photo...
FUTURE IBCLCs of COLOR
Are you interested in becoming an IBCLC? Then join us in our Facebook community the Future IBCLCs of Color Less than 1 percent of lactation consultants in the US are BIPOC. In order to effectively increase the breastfeeding rates of Black, Indigenous and women of color in the US., we must train and employ more IBCLCs of color in healthcare. We are an initiative transforming communities by empowering breastfeeding mothers and women of color aspiring to become certified lactation consultants and IBCLC’s. IBCLC’s of color are needed to mitigate low breastfeeding disparities with black and brown families. This group will discuss the pathways offered, courses required, provide volunteering resources, tips, study sessions and more. We encourage you to connect with other aspiring/present IBCLC group members to garner the support needed during your journey.