Breastfeeding Resources in & Around Tarrant County

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New baby in the house or on the way? Does the question of breastfeeding have your head spinning? Tarrant County has a plethora of knowledge to help answer your questions and guide you to make the choices best for your family. 

This resource is brought to you by Mothers’ Milk Bank of North Texas (MMBNT) It is an amazing non-profit that serves fragile infants whose own mothers’ milk is not available, a frequent problem for preterm babies whose mothers have trouble lactating and establishing their milk supply. mothers milk bank of north texas logoOperating much like a blood bank, MMBNT collects breastmilk from healthy, nursing mothers who have a surplus. Every milk donor is screened, and her milk is tested and pasteurized. Donor human milk is dispensed to premature and fragile infants without access to their mother’s own milk.

Baylor Scott & White – Fort Worth & Grapevine

Bravo Birth – Fort Worth 

Breastfeeding Helpers – Burleson 

Medical City Alliance – Fort Worth

Mothers’ Milk Bank of North Texas – Fort Worth

Tarrant County Breastfeeding Coalition

Texas Health – Alliance, Arlington, Azle, Denton, Fort Worth, HEB, Southwest Fort Worth 

Baylor Scott & White – Fort Worth & Grapevine 

Cherish Lactation Care – Denton 

Le Leche League – Bedford

Le Leche League – Southlake

Medical City Alliance – Fort Worth 

Tarrant County Breastfeeding Coalition

Texas Health – Alliance, Arlington, Azle, Denton, Fort Worth, HEB, Southwest Fort Worth 

Baylor Scott & White – Fort Worth & Grapevine 

Beyond the Breast Consultant – Fort Worth 

Bravo Birth – Fort Worth 

Breastfeeding Helpers – Burleson 

Cherish Lactation Care – Denton 

For Babies’ Sake  – North Richland Hills 

Great Expectations Doulas – Tarrant & Denton County 

Mothers’ Milk Bank of North Texas – Fort Worth (FREE lactation counseling!) 

Tarrant County Breastfeeding Coalition

2 COMMENTS

  1. Does anyone know of any other organic formula comparable to Baby’s organic that
    can be given to an infant as I am aware that Baby’s Organic promotes from 12 months and up?

  2. Hello,

    Feeding my 4 months old baby girl really is the most complex things i have ever done.When i was going to start my baby girl on formula i remember being so worried about ending up feeding her the wrong formula. A whole lot of online research got me to start her feeding on Holle ‘Goat Milk’. Getting it from an online store ever since and i think now that i see she is doing good on formula and growing super fast i am satisfied with my choice. Did any one used this formula before??

    Thanks

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