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Greeley County Health Department | Breastfeeding Support
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Breastfeeding Support

Supporting Your Success with Breastfeeding

“What is a Breastfeeding Peer Counselor?”

Breastfeeding Peer Counselors (BFPC’s) are moms  who have breastfed and want to help other moms       succeed in nursing their babies too.

Peer counselors are everyday women who have breastfed and who want to help moms-to-be and new moms with information and encouragement. They will answer your questions and share their own personal experiences so that you too can have a successful breastfeeding experience.

BFPC’s help new mothers who are beginning to breastfeed learn what to expect in the first days and weeks. They are available during and after business hours to address questions or concerns that new moms have.

Peer Counselors are here to encourage and to educate – but more importantly, they are here to connect with new moms like you in a special way for a very good reason…to help you and your new little baby.

Ask how Greeley County Health Department can help your breastfeeding experience be successful.

Lisa Moritz, RN

Melissa Miller, CBE, HSHV and Breastfeeding Peer Counselor