WIC Breastfeeding

Peer Counselors

        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:

 

 

Arenac County

Lindsay Bechtel

Office 989-846-6541 ext. 1123

Warmline (call or text anytime) 989-264-9631

email: LBechtel@cmdhd.org

Clare County 

Taylor Skelton

Office 989-539-6731 ext. 1220

Warmline (call or text anytime) 989-615-4533

email: TSkelton@cmdhd.org

Gladwin County

Katie Kohn

Office 989-426-9431 ext. 1348

Warmline (call or text anytime) 989-506-2980

email: KKohn@cmdhd.org

Isabella County

Nina DiSimone

Office 989-773-5921 ext. 1456

Warmline (call or text anytime) 989-330-2616

email: NDisimone@cmdhd.org

 

Osceola County

Ashley Visner

Office 231-832-5532 ext. 1519

Warmline (call or text anytime) 989-329-2750

email: AVisner@cmdhd.org

        Osceola County Breastfeeding Support Group

Roscommon County

Kortney Ratliff

Office 989-366-9166 ext. 1619

Warmline (call or text anytime) 989-289-7929

email: KRatliff@cmdhd.org

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Individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339; or (800) 845-6136 (Spanish).

 

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