San Diego County Breastfeeding Coalition

Our mission is to protect, promote and support breastfeeding through education, outreach and advocacy in our community. We strive to make breastfeeding possible by working with mothers, businesses, health care professionals, and the community.

Mission Statement

The San Diego County Breastfeeding Coalition is a 501©3 non-profit organization that has been serving the San Diego bringing together health care providers, agencies, organizations, individuals, families, and other breastfeeding advocates to support, protect and promote breastfeeding who are passionate about making breastfeeding attainable for all families in the San Diego and Imperial Counties.

Goodbye, Pump—What to do with your breast pump when you’re done with pumping

Today I said goodbye to my breast pump. The pump that I had for seven years. The pump ...
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Breastfeeding: A Vital Pandemic Response

The infant formula advertisements have increased since the outbreak of COVID-19. The World Health Organization(WHO) warned that countries failed ...
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To Decrease the High Rates of Black Infant and Maternal Mortality, We Must Increase the Low Number of Black IBCLC’s

Chardá Fontenot, CLC, CLE, CCE She/Her/Hers  There is currently only one Black IBCLC in the entire county of ...
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What if we include the work of “Breast milk Production” in the GDP?

Recently I read an economic analysis report which argues that breastfeeding isn’t free and that work should be included in ...
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CDPH visitation guidelines now recommend two visitors at one time for NICU patients

The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) recently changed its visitor limitation guidance: it is now recommended that two ...
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