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Breastfeeding and New Baby Support in Spartanburg, SC

Do you need breastfeeding or new baby support in Spartanburg, SC? New babies can be a challenge and you may need help. Maybe you’re looking for help feeding your little one or assistance with creating healthy sleep habits. The Upstate area has several resources to support you as you care for your new baby. For more options, see Breastfeeding and new baby support in Greenville, SC.

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Wellborn Upstate

864.583.5831 | Multiple locations , Greenville/ Spartanburg, SC

Offers prenatal care, midwife services, homebirth delivery, water birth delivery, and lactation consultation. Wellborn Upstate is BBB accredited and offers free consultations. Some additional services include postpartum recovery services and baby-wearing coaching.

Spartanburg Regional Lactation Services

864.560.2297 | 101 E. Wood Street, Spartanburg, SC

Spartanburg Regional Lactation Services offers support before you have your baby, in the hospital, and after you go home. Lactation services runs a boutique that offers breastfeeding supplies for sale or rent. They also provide one-on-one appointments with lactation consultants, in addition to telehealth appointments. Lactation services also facilitates breastfeeding classes and a breastfeeding support group called Table for Two.

La Leche League of Greater Greenville

La Leche League leaders are a staff of volunteers that fed their own children and then received training via La Leche League International. Leaders provide breastfeeding support via phone calls, e-mail, virtual, and in-person meetings.  One of their volunteers can be contacted through their website. In-person meetings are currently suspended due to the pandemic.