Updated April 14, 2020
|La Leche League||Provides education, information, support, and encouragement to women who want to email@example.com|
|Lactation Assistants||Located at the University of New Mexico hospital.||(505) 272-4075|
|New Mexico Breastfeeding Task Force||A collaboration of doctors, families, hospitals, employers, and communities promoting breastfeeding as a cultural norm and increasing breastfeeding rates in New Mexico.|
|UNM WRC Breastfeeding Support Program||Supports those students, staff, faculty, and their partners/spouses who chose to continue breastfeeding their children after they return to school or work.||(505) 277-3716|
|UNMH Breastfeeding Clinic||Teaching, assessments, and appointments available.||(505) 272-4080|
|City of Albuquerque||Online resources and service links for parents.||(505) 767-6500|
|Early Childhood Education & Care Department||Information for child care programs and assistance ||(505) 827-7499|
|UNM Children’s Campus||Early care and education for the children of UNM's student, staff and faculty.||(505) 277-3365|
|The Neutral Corner||Supervised visits||(505) 255-0007|
|New Mexico Child Support Enforcement Agency||Assistance for collecting child support.||1 (800) 288-7207|
|Youth Development Inc.||Early childhood education & family development division.||(505) 352-3444|
UNM Women's Resource Center
Free counseling for UNM Students and the UNM Community
(505) 277-3716 OR firstname.lastname@example.org
Spanish-speaking immigrants and victims of domestic violence.
Postpartum depression support.
Nurturing children and educating families.
Counseling, adoption education, career and job services
Parenting programs for child abuse and neglect prevention.
Shelter for survivors of domestic violence
200 apartments in the 900 block of Buena Vista S.E.
Affordable housing with a 2 year housing program.
Promote wellbeing of mothers and babies.
Provides no or low cost health coverage for kids.
1 (888) 997-2583
Affordable health care coverage to low-income working adults.
1 (866) 606-7737
Network of midwives and birth attendants.
Quality reproductive and complementary health care services that are affordable and accessible.
Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine Physicians from all over the world promoting, protecting, and supporting breastfeeding.
Association for NonTraditional Students (ANTS) resources, information, and peer support networks for non traditional students attending UNM.
Catholic Charities provides services that strengthen and support individuals and families (you do not have to be Catholic). 247-9521 or 247-0442
Cord Blood Banking information on importance of storing cord blood and resources for how to store.
Department of Housing and Urban Development provides resources and guides for finding a house or apartment.
Displaced Homemakers The Displaced Homemakers/Women in Transition Program is dedicated to providing women in transition and displaced homemakers with the skills and confidence to help them achieve economic and emotional self-sufficiency for themselves and their families. (505) 841-8920.
Food Stamp Program serves as the first line of defense against hunger. It enables low-income families to buy nutritious food with coupons and Electronic Benefits Transfer cards.
Healthy Mothers/ Healthy Babies Coalition Resource for maternal and child health care with local, state, and national levels of organizations.
Hygeia Site to purchase breastfeeding materials.
Medela Site to purchase breastfeeding materials.
MomsRising has a goal of bringing millions of people, who all share a common concern about the need to build a more family-friendly America, together as a non-partisan force for 2008 and beyond.
National Alliance of Breastfeeding Advocacy Advocacy for breastfeeding at the state and federal levels.
National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners Professional network of pediatric nurse practitioners improving health care for children.
Parents Reaching Out The mission of Parents Reaching Out is to enhance positive outcomes for families and children in New Mexico through informed decision making, advocacy, education and resources. Parents Reaching Out provides the network opportunities for families to connect with and support each other.
Women Infants and Children (WIC) is a nutrition program that helps pregnant women, new mothers, and young children eat well, learn about nutrition, and stay healthy. 1(800) 280-1618 or 897-5700.
World Alliance of Breastfeeding Action Global network to promote and protect the right to breastfeed.