Making the transition from hospital to home as simple and stress-free as possible
Here are resources for after your baby’s birth.
Q: How do I get my baby’s official documents?
A: Our experienced team will ensure that when you leave the hospital, you
have everything you need to easily get your newborn's birth certificate
and social security number.
Q: Do you rent breast pumps?
A: We offer short- and long-term rentals of Medela breast pumps and sell
helpful items that support breastfeeding. For more information, please
View our list of
classes and support groups for new parents.
How to feed your baby is a very personal choice. And, we respect your right
to decide what’s right for your family. Our Family Birth Center
provides you with the education and support to help you make the best
feeding decision for you and your baby, whether that be to breastfeed
Our infant feeding support includes:
One-on-one support after you’re home: For a private in-person or consult from a board-certified lactation consultant
for any feeding challenges, call 303-415-7230.
Now offering Zoom Consultations. Call 303-415-7230 to schedule.
Free phone-in advice for infant feeding: Call 303-415-7230. Hours: Mon. - Fri., 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Weekends 9 a.m.
- 1 p.m. to get your infant feeding questions answered.
Breast pump rental: We offer short- and long-term rental of breast pumps and purchase of
breastfeeding supplies. For more information, please call 303-415-7230.
View our list of infant feeding
classes and support groups.
Our Family Birth Center is a “milk depot” (a drop-off location
for donor breast milk) for
Mothers’ Milk Bank (MMB) – a program of Rocky Mountain Children’s Health Foundation.
MMB is a distributor of donor human milk to medically fragile babies in
neonatal intensive care units (NICU) across the nation. MMB safely screens,
collects, processes and dispenses donated human milk as a community service,
providing human milk to babies whose own mothers cannot supply the milk
to meet their baby’s needs.
For more information or to become a donor call 303-415-7230.
New moms can sometimes struggle with postpartum depression, anxiety and
adjustment difficulties. Family Birth Center staff educate our new moms
about available support services for navigating the first few weeks of
parenthood. For more information, call 303-415-7230
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