Welcome!

COVID-19: Virtual and in person lactation consultations are available.

MASKS ARE REQUIRED: HCLC follows CDC and local and state guidelines for healthcare facilities. For office consultations, one support person may accompany you. No siblings or children are allowed at this time. ​
For more information see our COVID and Human Milk Feeding page

Lactation Simplified

Northern Arizona’s only nonprofit lactation center.

We provide lactation care for all families in Northern Arizona, regardless of ability to pay.

Office, Home, and Virtual Lactation Care

SINGLE VISITS OR APPOINTMENT PACKAGES AVAILABLE

We are a non-profit organization providing a broad spectrum of lactation services to expecting parents in Northern Arizona. We apply a holistic approach to prenatal and postnatal lactation care. We strive to provide a safe and educational space for everyone, free of judgment, regardless of ability to pay.

Thank you for choosing our inclusive practice here at High Country Lactation Care Inc.

IN-NETWORK COVERAGE FOR AETNA, BLUE CROSS, AND CIGNA

Maya Radoccia-Kennen, BSW, IBCLC

I have 10+ years experience as an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant. I was inspired to become an IBCLC as a Social Worker serving rural Arizona families. I continually watched nursing families struggle and not reach their lactation goals due to a lack of support. I decided to be the change and bring skilled lactation care to Northern Arizona!

Here are a few reasons to reach out:

  • Breast or nipple pain
  • Expecting a baby
  • Latch and positioning challenges
  • Pumping, bottle feeding, and safe formula preparation
  • Returning to work
  • Plugged ducts, engorgement, and mastitis
  • Tongue-tie
  • Breast-pump rentals

“The first few days of motherhood are so bittersweet. Mom and baby learn life together outside of the womb. Breastfeeding is so magical but can be overwhelming. I endured cracked, bleeding nipples for 3 weeks but was determined to make breastfeeding successful. I am so thankful for Maya’s support during this time. Not only did she teach me physical ways to improve breastfeeding but also taught me that I am perfect for my baby. I can feed my baby…and I did feed my baby. Successful breastfeeding is so important in those early days and will make or break a mama. Thank you Maya for helping me make it as a breastfeeding mom.” -Korina C.

Nursing Nook

BREAST/CHEST FEEDING SUPPORT

Consultations

APPOINTMENTS, CLASSES, SUPPORT

Who we are

WE’RE HERE TO HELP

High Country Lactation Care supports everyone to reach their breastfeeding or chestfeeding goals.

HCLC is committed to serving everyone inclusive of race, ethnicity, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, physical or mental ability, socio-economic status, political views, gender identity, sexual orientation, family structure, or other protected status.

Trans men, trans women, and non-binary individuals may choose to breastfeed or chestfeed their babies. Birth is not a requirement to breast/chest feed. Info from La Leche League International

Visit us online!
Get In Touch

ibclc@highcountrylactation.org
(928) 556-0000

Location

2717 N. Steves Blvd, Suite11 Flagstaff, AZ 86004 Inside the Flagstaff Birth Collective