To promote, protect, and support breastfeeding in Oklahoma.
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A partnership of the Oklahoma State Department of Health and the Coalition of Oklahoma Breastfeeding Advocates, the Oklahoma Breastfeeding Friendly Worksite Initiative seeks to recognize work sites that support a woman’s right to breastfeed.
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COBA membership is open to anyone who wishes to promote, protect, and support breastfeeding in Oklahoma. Becoming a member is easy and FREE.
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Coalition members may sign up with the United States Breastfeeding Committee for bimonthly CDC-sponsored webinars on breastfeeding advocacy topics of national importance and regional conference calls for learning and collaboration. Look for notices in your email, or write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A rolling list of INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES related to maternal health, birth, and breastfeeding is now being maintained by Lamaze International.
NEW COBA MEETING PLACE AND TIME FOR 2015 on THIRD Thursdays of the quarterly month: January 15, April 16, July 16, and October 15 at
OUHSC Samis Education Center, West Boardroom, Level 1, 12 noon to 1:30.
Bring your own lunch or come early to pick one up at the OU Children's cafeteria or Kamp's Cafe. Free parking at OU Children's Hospital in the Events lot.
Born of our Continuity of Care Connections Project, COBA Baby Café brings both peer and professional breastfeeding support to communities where their accessibility has been limited. Please distribute the link and hard copies widely of this flyer with information about summer meetings at our first 3 locations in Oklahoma City!
Look for COBA Baby Café on Facebook, follow @cobababycafe on Twitter, or call 405-701-5099 for the latest information on COBA Baby Café! Please spread the word!
At COBA Baby Café, a mother who is breastfeeding or planning to breastfeed can find a relaxed, informal, place to:
- Chat with other moms and build her confidence
- Get one-to-one help from professionally trained staff
- Look at books, leaflets and DVDs
- Enjoy refreshments
- Bring her partner and other supporters
- Bring her older children who may complete a craft project