Mommy and Me Breastfeeding Support Group

Mother embracing baby

This group offers a “playdate” with other moms and babies with the opportunity to support one another, ask questions, or voice concerns. A Maple Grove Medical Center Lactation Consultant will facilitate discussions and offer breastfeeding support.

Please bring whatever will make you and baby comfortable (ex: blankets, boppy). Breastfeeding during the session is optional. Snacks and refreshments will be available.


  • Every Tuesday from 10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Location Information

North Memorial Health - Maple Grove Medical Center

9855 Hospital Drive
Maple Grove
United States

This group meets in the Lower Level Conference Room. Please park in the Lower Level Maple Grove Medical Center Ramp.

Registration Information

Registration not required, but for more information call the Lactation Office at (763) 581-2021. Additional 1 on 1 support is available 7 days a week by appointment.

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