Mountain Mama Lactation Services

Brandi Crockett, IBCLC

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Initial Consultation

Cost: $185

  • The initial breastfeeding support consultation usually runs 1.5-2+ hours in the comfort of your own home.  An in-depth pregnancy, birth and breastfeeding history and breast health will be taken, a comprehensive, thorough assessment will be done and a care plan designed to meet your individual needs and desires. Phone/text/email follow up is included at no charge.
  • I also offer phone consults in order to help you decide if you need a home visit or if you need help with troubleshooting. $55/hr

*Travel Fee may apply 

Prenatal Consultation

Cost: $60/hr
Breastfeeding not quite work the way you wanted to the first time? Have many questions and concerns about breastfeeding? We can come together and design a plan just for you so that you can be successful once your baby arrives.

Back to Work Care Plan

Cost: $60/hr

If you are thinking about returning to work after baby arrives and aren't quite sure how to incorporate breastfeeding, then we can create a plan that will work to protect your milk supply and breastfeeding relationship. 

Follow Ups
Cost: $65-$90/60-90min
If you feel that the initial consultation isn't quite enough, or if you feel that you are in need of extra face to face support then I encourage you to schedule a follow up. A follow up allows us to continue the care plan that we had originally started but then update it as needed and address any new concerns that you may have.
Payments
Payment is due at the time of service. I accept cash, check, credit card or Health Savings Account cards.   I believe all mothers deserve compassionate lactation care and financial situations will not be a barrier to consultation. Please contact me for payment plans, sliding scale options, trade or more.  I am open to creative solutions!
Insurance
After your visit, you will be provided with a detailed, coded receipt that you may submit to your insurance company. While I do not bill insurance on your behalf,  I do try to make sure you have all the necessary paperwork you need to submit for reimbursement. Although many insurance companies do cover lactation care, I can not guarantee my services will be covered by your company. Some families also choose to use funds from their pre-tax medical spending accounts to cover lactation services. Please check with your plan or account provider to see what options you may have.