Consultations and Fees

At High Country Lactation Care, we provide high quality lactation care to anyone, regardless of ability to pay.

At every consultation, we offer private visits with an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) to you, your partner, and baby. We have in-network coverage with Aetna, Cigna and Blue Cross. If the fees below are unaffordable, please contact us. We have community partners that may be able to further assist.

We are now offering seeing patients in Mountain View Pediatrics, The flagstaff Birth Collective, at home, or virtually!

*If you have BCBS or Cigna you can use this link to check insurance coverage through The Lactation Network.

Initial postpartum consultation

These private lactation visits are for breast/chestfeeding parent (and their partners) who are having feeding challenges.

These visits usually lasts about an 1.5 hours.

What takes place at a Postpartum Breast/chestfeeding consultation? A thorough history, an observation and assessment of a nursing session, a weight check, a customized care plan, and a report to your health care provider(s).

Some issues that indicate a Postpartum Consultation: Baby not latching well, nipple pain and/or damage, engorged breasts, tongue-tie, sleepy baby that doesn’t feed at least 8 times in 24 hours, slow weight gain, suspect a low milk supply, plugged ducts or red, painful areas on breast, nursing multiples, preemies, sick and/or hospitalized infants, inducting lactation for adopted or intended child.

In office and Virtual -Self pay$150
In home – Self pay$185
Low Income or AHCCCSFree

Follow-up Consultation

These visits usually lasts 1 hour.

What takes place at a Follow-up Consultations? A reassessment of feeding session and adjustments to care plan, and weight check.

In office and Virtual -Self pay$125
In home – Self pay$160
Low Income or AHCCCSFree

Prenatal Consultation

These visits are intended for any parent who intends to breast/chest feed (and partner). This can be especially helpful for a parent who has breast/chestfeeding questions, the possibility of a predisposed lactation difficulty, or a history of breast/chestfeeding challenges with previous children.

This visit may last 1.5-2 hours depending on need.

What takes place at a Prenatal Consultation? A personalized “class” on the basics of lactation, comprehensive history review and breast assessment to identify any breast/chestfeeding challenges, and the lactating parent will receive a personalized breast/chestfeeding plan.

Some issues that indicate a Postpartum Consultation: Previous difficulties breast/chestfeeding, inverted nipples, history of polycycstic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) or nursing infertility, nursing parent has gestational diabetes or diabetes, or are wanting to induce lactation for adopted or intended child.

In office and Virtual – Self pay$150
In home – Self pay$185
Low Income or AHCCCSFree

Returning to work or pumping Consultations

These private visits are for breast/chestfeeding parents who are returning to work and/or plan to pump and give the expressed breast milk to their babies.

These visits typically last 1-1.5 hours.

What takes place at a Returning to Work Consultation? Assessment of the breast/chestfeeding parent’s work/pumping situation, bottle feeding techniques and tips discussed, teaching of pumping techniques using your pump, flange sizing, teaching about production maintenance, and a customized Plan of Care for the breast/chestfeeding parent.

Some issues that indicate a Returning to Work Consultation: This is helpful for any lactating parent with a desire to continue lactating or breast/chest feeding after returning to work or just wanting to learn how to pump effectively.

In office and Virtual -Self pay$125
In home – Self pay$160
Low Income or AHCCCSFree

Baby Weight check

This visit lasts up to 15 minutes. It does not include a breastfeeding or lactation assessment.

In Office –
Self pay
In Home –
Self pay
Low Income or AHCCCSFree

“Breastfeeding my son was possible because of Maya at High Country Lactation! I was struggling so much, and she made it so simple. She showed me the skills I needed to work on and provided the tools necessary to feed my baby. Maya followed up with me and was there for me when I needed guidance the most. Thank you for making my family’s dream come true.” – Hannah

While funding lasts, all Medicaid (AHCCCS) recipients or low-income families in Flagstaff pay nothing for visits thanks to a grant from the Arizona Community Foundation of Flagstaff and Whole Foods Market.