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Breastfeeding Support

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Breastfeeding support is available for you! A Breastfeeding Mothers’ Support Group is held throughout the month at Halifax Regional in the Birthing Center Classroom located on 2nd floor.

January

  • 1/10 at 6 pm
  • 1/11 at 11 am
  • 1/25 at 11 am

February

  • 2/7 at 6 pm
  • 2/8 at 11 am
  • 2/22 at 11 am

March

  • 3/7 at 6 pm
  • 3/8 at 11 am
  • 3/22 at 11 am

April

  • 4/4 at 6 pm
  • 4/5 at 11 am
  • 4/19 at 11 am

May

  • 5/2 at 6 pm
  • 5/10 at 11 am
  • 5/24 at 11 am

June

    • 6/7 at 11 am
    • 6/13 at 6 pm
    • 6/14 at 11 am

July

    • 7/12 at 11 am
    • 7/26 at 11am

August

      • 8/9 at 11 am
      • 8/22 at 6 pm
      • 8/23 at 11 am

September

      • 9/12 at 6 pm
      • 9/13 at 11 am
      • 9/27 at 11 am

October

      • 10/10 at 6 pm
      • 10/11 at 11 am
      • 10/25 at 11 am

November

      • 11/7 at 6 pm
      • 11/8 at 11 am
      • 11/29 at 11 am

December

      • 12/12 at 6 pm
      • 12/13 at 11 am
      • 12/27 at 11 am

Join Us on Facebook

Also join the Halifax Regional Breastfeeding Support Group on Facebook to chat with other moms, ask questions, and get meeting reminders and schedule changes!

Breastfeeding Classes

This class is held quarterly in February, May, August and November on a Saturday morning from 10 am to noon. The class is free, but dates depend on interest. Registration is required. Call Sarah for more information.

Contact Us

Sarah R. Harris, BSN RNC OB, IBCLC
Birthing Center Lactation Consultant
(252) 535-8277

I barely had a chance to time my contractions before I had to go to the hospital. I went to an LDRP room, and the nurses were just great. The same group saw me all the way through until I was discharged, and they felt like family. The room was comfortable; when my family and friends came it was like being at home. If I needed anything or just wanted something, they were right there. Childbirth is so tiring, and the staff at The Birthing Center understands. I looked forward to taking my baby home — and I wanted to take my nurses, too!

— Mother Jessica Bowser, Roanoke Rapids (son Jabari)

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