Breastfeeding Support & Lactation Consultants | Fargo & Moorhead

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Looking for resources regarding breastfeeding in Fargo? There are a number of local specialists, classes, and support groups ready to help you on your feeding journey!

*Hours and availability are subject to change due. Please contact each provider to get information on their current services. 

Visit our Pregnancy & Postpartum Resource Guide to find more local support on breastfeeding in Fargo!

Breastfeeding Support Groups

Bellies & Babies: Lactation & Social Support
Bellies & Babies is a lactation support and social group for parents who are pregnant or breastfeeding/chestfeeding. Join Northern Prairie Lactation Services at Embrace Therapy Services (4342 15th Avenue S, Suite 105) on the first and third Tuesday of every month (no gathering on 03/07) at 10:00 a.m. Have your baby weighed & get your lactation and parenting questions answered while you enjoy a baked good and meet new friends.
You can also join their Facebook support group!
Essentia Health Tender Transitions

A supportive group for those wanting breastfeeding support after taking baby home. Visit with other moms or find a seat and enjoy the one-on-one time feeding your baby. A lactation consultant is available for specific questions and to review your baby’s weight gain/milk transfer. Held Tuesdays from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. at the South University Clinic (Lactation/Pediatrics) at 1702 South University Drive in Fargo.

Jackie Klefsaas: Postpartum Support Doula

Hosts events on occasion to support mothers in all aspects of feeding their babies. Please see her Facebook page for updates.

La Leche League FM

LLLFM meets on the third Wednesday of every month at 6:00 p.m. at the Fargo Main Library. Any person interested in learning about breastfeeding/chestfeeding is welcome. Please see their Facebook page for current updates on meeting information. 

Sanford Baby Cafe

This group offers support for all aspects of breastfeeding for pregnant and new mothers. Offered on Mondays 9:00 a.m. – Noon and Wednesdays 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. at Fargo Cass Public Health (1240 25th St S). No registration necessary to attend.

Lactation Specialists

Beyond Boundaries Lactation Support

Embrace Therapy Services

Essentia Health

Jackie Klefsaas: Postpartum Support Doula

Hagen Dental (Casselton, ND)

Heritage Birth

Laci Jones Lactation

Northern Prairie Lactation Services

Rachel Baumgart, RM, IBCLC (Stellar Healthcare)

Sanford Health



Breastfeeding Classes

Essentia Health

This class will help pregnant mothers become prepare for a successful and rewarding breastfeeding experience. Topics will include benefits of breastfeeding, initiating breastfeeding after the birth of your baby, and understanding feeding cues.

Heritage Birth

Offers a private 1-hour Breastfeeding Essentials class in your home.

Sanford Health

Offers classes the first Tuesday, third Thursday, and fourth Monday of the month. Provides practical research-based information on breastfeeding for pregnant women. Topics include benefits of breastfeeding, positioning, pumping tools and support, breastmilk storage, and transitioning to a bottle.


Tongue/Lip Tie Support Services

Apex Physical Therapy

Catalyst Medical Center

Embrace Therapy Services

Hagen Dental (Casselton, ND)

On Spot Therapy & Orofacial Myology

Serenity Dental


Breastfeeding & Pumping Gear/Products

Corner Home Medical

Milk Market

Sanford Health Equip

Visit our Pregnancy & Postpartum Resource Guide to find more local support on breastfeeding in Fargo!

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