is aimed at making the breastfeeding mother's transition from home to work an easy one. WIC@Work aids employers in creating a supportive breastfeeding workplace for postpartum employees. In addition to providing information to employers and employees, WIC@Work gives specific help and support to breastfeeding moms to ensure they can continue breastfeeding regardless of their work schedule. WIC provides pumps for WIC eligible participants and resources for moms not enrolled in the WIC program. A back-to-work packet is also available.
brings new African-American mothers together to connect and embrace one another as they begin their journey into motherhood. This program highlights ways mothers can care for themselves and each other so they can more effectively meet the needs of their family. Sistah Connection meets during regularly scheduled appointments at local WIC offices. African-American women are encouraged to ask their WIC office if a group is available for them to join.
Grow Our Own Lactation Consultant / IBCLC Prep Course
is a 100 hour college level course created to assist WIC staff, health professionals and breastfeeding mothers in becoming certified lactation educators or lactation consultants. The course prepares candidates to sit for the IBCLC exam once all clinical hours and competencies have been achieved.
Loving Support Breastfeeding Helpline
Breastfeeding help and support available for Riverside County residents 24 hours a day/7 days a week. Funded by First 5 Riverside
Women, Infants and Children Supplemental Nutrition Program (WIC)
offers breastfeeding education, support and referral for pregnant and breastfeeding women. Trained staff help mothers and families to achieve breastfeeding success.
Staff facilitate the successful return to work for breastfeeding mothers. Employer training and written information available.
To contact us call: 1-888-451-2499