WIC Breastfeeding Peer Counselors are here to help clients make an informed decision on how to feed your baby. Once baby arrives clients have access to counselors with real life breastfeeding experience to help them get off to a good start. Some of the services offered by WIC breastfeeding peer counselors are:
-One-on-One support during pregnancy to help answer questions
-Someone available by phone on evening and weekends
-Help readily available as soon as baby arrives
-No cost to WIC eligible families
For more information please contact your local breastfeeding peer counselor:
Office 989-846-6541 ext. 1123
Warmline (call or text anytime) 989-264-9631
Office 989-539-6731 ext. 1220
Warmline (call or text anytime) 989-615-4533
Office 989-426-9431 ext. 1348
Warmline (call or text anytime) 989-506-2980
Office 989-773-5921 ext. 1456
Warmline (call or text anytime) 989-330-2616
Office 231-832-5532 ext. 1519
Warmline (call or text anytime) 989-329-2750
Office 989-366-9166 ext. 1619
Warmline (call or text anytime) 989-289-7929
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