BMBFA’s Childbirth Education and Group Parenting Classes are available to the agencies hosting events and activities such as community baby showers, health fairs, parent meetings, classes, special events and other family-friendly events. Classes are led by our trained and experienced community-based doulas. We service Detroit and some surrounding communities. Let us be of service to you. Click here to submit your request.
- Childbirth Education Class Topics (Pregnancy, Labor and Delivery, Infant Care, Postpartum Care, Family Planning)
- Group Parenting Class is for parents with children under age 1with a focus on baby’s health and well-being for the first year of life.
Community Breastfeeding Education Program
The Community Breastfeeding Education Program provides breastfeeding education to expecting and breastfeeding families in community group settings. Throughout Detroit, MI, BMBFA’s Community Breastfeeding Educator provides information on topics such as latching, milk production, milk storage, weaning and returning to work/school. Furthermore, the CBE advises families on ways to incorporate breastfeeding into their lifestyle. Typically, the CBE provides breastfeeding education during group prenatal sessions, community baby showers, health fairs, parent meetings and other family-friendly events. Are you expecting 3 or more pregnant/breastfeeding women at your community event? Let us be of service to you. Click here to submit your request.
Annual Motown Experience: Birth and Breastfeeding Conference
We host an annual conference in Detroit, MI. The purpose of our conference is to bring together a diverse group of professionals that have an interest in maternal-child-health, to provide them with leading information about the most current practices, studies and models in public health that address the specific socio-cultural needs of black families as it relates to birth and breastfeeding. Get more information.
Black Mothers’ Breastfeeding Club® Replication
Black Mothers’ Breastfeeding Club® is a unique model that has a documented history of success. Our community-based mother-led breastfeeding clubs are well attended and have run without interruption since 2008. Our comprehensive approach specifically addresses the historical, societal and social barriers that exist in breastfeeding support and success for African-Americans. Are you a community organizer? Do you represent a community organization? Are you apart of a public health agency? Are you interested in a socially appropriate and targeted approach to decreasing black-white racial breastfeeding disparity? Yes. Well, our model is available for replication. Contact us for more information.
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