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Cloud with Silver Lining

Certified Lactation Consultants in Monroe County

 

Alanna Dixon, MA, IBCLC, RLC
Upper Keys Lactation
850-510-2614
www.upperkeyslactation.com
Upper Keys Lactation Facebook Page

Angelica Mendaros, IBCLC

Lactation Consultant

305-896-2746

FKHSC is not endorsing the services of any person in this list; we are merely sharing resources.

Medela Recycles Program Supports Ronald McDonald House

 

Medela Recycles is a program focused on helping moms who have finished their lactation journey to help another mom start hers. Each pump received through Medela Recycles supports the donation of new hospital-grade, multi-use breast pumps, and supplies to Ronald McDonald House Charities® (RMHC®). The goal is to provide moms with the same high-quality equipment they use at the hospital during their stay at a Ronald McDonald House.

Only Medela electric breast pumps are eligible for the Medela Recycles program. If you have another breast pump brand, please contact the manufacturer to discuss their disposal instructions. Visit the Medela Recycles website for more details.  

Affordable Care Act and Lactation

 

The Affordable Care Act has made lactation more accessible and affordable for women. Unfortunately, many women are not aware that their insurer may cover lactation supplies. The National Women's Law Center has produced a booklet that explains, in general, what benefits may be available to lactating women. 

Click here to read the booklet.

FKHSC Breast Pump Program

 

Healthy Start clients have access to lactation support and resources through the Healthy Start program. Commercial grade breast pumps are available to the community at large, with the purchase of the breast pump kit, as pumps are available. Call 305-809-5654 for more information.