We are here to support you to reach your breastfeeding goals.
We can support you face to face or online
Visit our drop-in
At one of our drop-ins, you can get free face-to-face practical and emotional breastfeeding support from our skilled breastfeeding counsellors.
Fridays 10am-12pm (from 11 June, appointment only)
Ross Street Community Centre, Ross Street, Cambridge CB1 3UZ
Temporary: in compliance with covid-regulations, you will need to email us on firstname.lastname@example.org to book an appointment or send a message to our Facebook page. We will chat with you first online or on a video call.
We’re sorry that we are only able to see you if you have an appointment arranged. As soon as we are able, we will return to being a drop-in where you don’t need to book.
What happens at the breastfeeding drop-in?
You will be seen by one of our breastfeeding counsellors, and will be able to explain what’s going on for you with breastfeeding, ask your questions and get practical support and information.
We can get very busy, so there may sometimes be a wait to be seen – but you will be seen by a breastfeeding counsellor and be given the time and support you need. We will also make sure you know where to find additional information or any further skilled support if needed.
Visit us online
We also offer free video calls and online support from our skilled breastfeeding counsellors.
Cambridge Breastfeeding Alliance online drop-in runs four mornings a week via our private Facebook group: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday 10am-12pm. Or you can message the Facebook page, or send us an email via our contact form.
During the pandemic, we moved all our support online and in one year supported over 500 families on video calls. We are continuing to offer this three mornings a week as it can be a really effective way of helping you to overcome breastfeeding struggles from the comfort of your own bed or sofa.
You can join our closed Facebook group, where we post links and articles and you can post asking for support.