- First Steps – Desiree Shaltis & Tricia Pugh
- YMCA Children’s Learning Center – Diane Zarembka & Missy Enders, Infant Teacher Asst
- Little Acorns Lodge Development Center – Heather Kozlatek
- Tomahawk Child Care Center – Tricia Sleaper
- Breastfeeding Resource Guide (Updated April 2014)
- Breastfeeding Resource Guide Explanation Letter
- Forward Health Breast Pump Order Form
- Breastfeeding Welcome Here Sign
- Registered Breastfeeding Friendly Child Care Centers
- Pat’s Preschool & Learning Center | Contact Person: Heather Pilat | email@example.com | 1601 W. Davenport St. | Rhinelander, WI 54501 | 715-362-3658 | Certified Breastfeeding Friendly: Feb. 14, 2014
- YMCA Children’s Learning Center | Contact Person: Diane Zarembka | firstname.lastname@example.org | 1052 Dorr Street | Rhinelander, WI 54501 | 715-362-9633 | Certified Breastfeeding Friendly: Feb. 12, 2014
- First Steps Child Care Center LLC | Contact Person: Desiree Shaltis and Tricia Pugh | email@example.com | 91 North Courtney | Rhinelander, WI 54501 | 715-360-1218| Certified Breastfeeding Friendly: Feb. 12, 2014
- Little Pine Cones Lodge Child Development Center LLC | Contact Person: Sharon Goller |Sharonslg3@yahoo.com | 1165 Hwy 45 South | Eagle River, WI 54521 | 715-477-2273 | Certified Breastfeeding Friendly: Feb. 13, 2014
- Little Acorns Lodge Child Development Center LLC | Contact Person: Heather Kozlatek | firstname.lastname@example.org | 564 Hwy 155 | St. Germain, WI 54558 | 715-542-2273 | Certified Breastfeeding Friendly: Feb. 13, 2014
- Tomahawk Child Care Center Inc. | Contact Person: Trisha Sleaper| email@example.com | 648 E. Lincoln Ave | Tomahawk, WI 54487 | 715-453-1602| Certified Breastfeeding Friendly: Feb. 17, 2014
- February 4, 2014
- April 1, 2014
- February 5, 2013
- April 2, 2013
- June 4, 2013
- August 6, 2013
- October 1, 2013BMSG_Issue_18
- December 3, 2013
Breastfeeding Journal Articles:
- Lactation and Cardiovascular Risk Factors in Mothers in a Population-Based Study: The HUNT Study
- Factors Associated with Exclusive Breastfeeding in the United States (Pediatrics 2011-0841)
- Postnatal Glucose Homeostasis in Late-Preterm and Term Infants (Pediatrics 2010-3851)
- Breastfeeding and the Use of Human Milk (Pediatrics 2011-3552)
- Clinical Lactation Journal (Fall 2010)
- Baby Friendly Hospital Practices & Exclusive Breastfeeding Intention (Peds 2011-3633)
Northwoods Breastfeeding Coalition
Northwoods Breastfeeding Annual Report
As breastfeeding advocates we represent childbearing women and their families. We believe that breastfeeding is natural and provides the normal nourishment for infants, benefiting both mother and child. We come together in this coalition to provide a strong unified voice in the protection, promotion and support of breastfeeding in Oneida, Vilas, Forest and Price Counties.
Improving the health of our communities by protecting, promoting and supporting breastfeeding in Oneida, Forest, Vilas and Price Counties.
Increase the exclusivity, incidence, and duration of breastfeeding in Oneida, Forest, Vilas and Price counties in accordance with the U. S. Healthy People 2020 Breastfeeding Maternal & Child Health Objectives, Healthiest Wisconsin 2020, and in collaboration with local Community Health Improvement Plans.
1. Strengthen the support for breastfeeding within the health care systems of Oneida, Forest, Vilas and Price Counties.
- Promote “Baby Friendly Hospital-USA” policies in the Oneida County hospitals.
- Support training of local health care professionals in human lactation and evidence-based breastfeeding practices, education and support.
- Ensure all members in the healthcare circle have up-to-date training and clinical skills in order to present this same evidence-based breastfeeding information to expectant and new mothers.
- Provide networking for WIC clinics, hospitals, medical clinics, childbirth educators, tribal programs, community organizations and other health professionals.
2. Empower families to make truly informed infant feeding choices by advocating for breastfeeding and increasing the availability of and access to breastfeeding resources in the community.
- Promote community breastfeeding resources, education & support groups for pregnant women, breastfeeding women and their families.
- Promote and support initiatives to increase community awareness of the benefits of breastfeeding.
- Support the laws designed to accommodate nursing mothers in the workplace, in schools, and in any public setting.
- Support awareness of and sensitivity to cultural diversity as related to infant feeding practices.
3. Strengthen the sustainability & position of the Coalition.
- Work on actions to further develop the Coalition’s infrastructure, membership, and member’s commitment to the Coalition’s work.
- Develop and maintain a presence on the Internet and Social Media.