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  • 07.27.2020

    We know you may have questions about the safety of your family and the safety of breastfeeding during the COVID-19 pandemic. We are sharing a list of website resources compiled by The United States Breastfeeding Committee and advocates around Maryland for you as a breastfeeding parent and for you as healthcare and public health providers. Please click here to visit these websites regularly as this is an evolving situation and information may change.

    The American Academy of Pediatrics updated their guidelines on care of newborns born to and COVID-19 Positive PUI Mothers and Birthing Parents on July 22, 2020. The updated guidelines reflect the current best evidence and advise mothers to wear a mask and wash their hands while caring for their newborns, including rooming-in and breastfeeding. The guidance includes information on infants admitted to the NICU setting and continues to advise new parents with confirmed COVID-19 be restricted from visiting. The full updated guidelines can be found here.

  • 11.30.2019

    In order to cultivate a community of diverse professional lactation supporters, the Maryland Breastfeeding Coalition is raising funds for scholarships for people of color in our state. The scholarship would cover tuition for a 90-hour Lactation Consultant Training Program OR a Clinical Internship through Lactation Education Resources, plus payment of IBCLC exam fee and mentoring by an IBCLC-member of MBC. Our goal is to raise $2300, which would cover the annual costs of two persons. Please click here to read more about the scholarship, including eligibility and application. Please click here to donate to the scholarship fund. If you are a lactation consultant, and wish to donate in the name of someone who mentored you through your own training, please include their name and we will recognize them on as a “Mentor Champion” on our website.

  • 03.17.2019

    Support breastfeeding legislation by contacting your Congressman and Senators to voice your support for three important federal bills: The Fairness for Breastfeeding Mothers Act (H.R. 866), Family and Medical Insurance Leave Act (FAMILY) Act, and Supporting Working Moms Act. It only takes a few minutes to read about these acts and contact your representatives and senator. For more information on these bills, click here.

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5/20/19
State and Local Legislation Update
Maryland Breastfeeding Coalition has been tracking the following pieces of legislation that have an impact on breastfeeding outcomes for Maryland families. Click here for an update.