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New Hampshire Lactation Consulting

Connecting families with board certified lactation and infant feeding support all over New Hampshire

About Us

New Hampshire Lactation Consulting is a collaboration between Private Practice International Board Certified Lactation Consultants (IBCLC's) in New Hampshire. A Private Practice IBCLC is a recognized healthcare professional who practices independently within the community, rather than at a hospital or doctors office. We are available to support families outside of a traditional medical setting, while still functioning as an integral member of the healthcare team. Our diverse experiences and heightened level of autonomy allow us to provide a more wholistic approach to care. Our passion is rooted in lactation but our expertise spans a much wider range of services. We recognize that each family has different feeding and childrearing goals, and we are here to help with whatever those goals may be. To locate support near you, browse our providers below! Insurance coverage is available.

Click "Learn More" to link directly to a providers website for more information.

Meet Our Providers

Sara Alanis IBCLC NHLC

Sara Alanis, IBCLC

Nourish Lactation


Sara Alanis is an RN IBCLC offering office visits in Bedfordhome visits in the greater Manchester area, and telehealth. She has 9 years of maternity, NICU, and lactation experience, and is a certified Infant Feeding Specialist in addition to an IBCLC. Sara's specialty areas include tie evaluation, release preparation and aftercare;  bottle feeding difficulties;  pumping; and feeding aversion. She has a passion for supporting parental autonomy and for providing family specific comprehensive care. She is contracted with TLN.

Casey DeYoung IBCLC NHLC

Casey DeYoung, IBCLC

Motina Lactation


Casey DeYoung is an RN IBCLC offering evening and weekend telehealth and home visits in the Manchester area. She has  years of experience as a neonatal intensive care nurse and lactation consultant. Casey's specialty areas include NICU graduates and helping families to care for babies with complex or chronic health concerns. She is an advocate for breastfeeding and chestfeeding. Casey is in network with Aetna and contracted with TLN. She is dedicated to providing compassionate and inclusive care to the families she serves. 

Kaitlyn McElroy IBCLC NHLC

Kaitlyn McElroy, IBCLC

Latched On Mama


Kaitlyn McElroy is an RN IBCLC offering home visits within 20 miles of Nashua, as well as telehealth visits. Kaitlyn has 7 years of experience as a labor and maternity nurse, and 3 years as an IBCLC. Kaitlyn's specialty areas include the impacts of birth practices on breastfeeding, and maternal child health. She also has advanced training in the management of tethered oral tissues. Her empathetic nature and personal feeding experiences make her easy for families to relate to. She is contracted with TLN and available to help 24/7.

Laura Stone IBCLC NHLC
Wendy Jordan IBCLC NHLC

Laura Stone, IBCLC

Seacoast Lactation


Laura Stone is a masters prepared RN IBCLC, offering home visits along the Seacoast of NH, from Portsmouth to Derry, as well as telehealth. Laura has 24 years experience as a nurse and 6 years of lactation experience. She specializes in the care of preterm infants, feeding plans for complex cases, and general prenatal/postpartum support. Laura leads a postpartum support group at Exeter Hospital. She is contracted with TLN. She meets families where they are at while supporting them in their breastfeeding journeys.

Wendy Jordan, IBCLC

Seacoast Lactation


Wendy Jordan is an IBCLC offering home visits along the Seacoast of NH, as well as in the Littleton area. She also offers telehealth services. Wendy has over 26 years of experience as an IBCLC.  She specializes in creating individualized care plans for preterm infants, twins, and infants with slow weight gain, as well as general and complex prenatal/postpartum care. Wendy is contracted with TLN, and she is also in network with Aetna. She is passionate about providing solutions that are manageable and flexible for the whole family.

Sue Martin, IBCLC

Lactation Home Services


Sue Martin is an RN IBCLC offering home visits within one hour of Pelham, and with access to office space in Amherst. She has 30 years of Lactation Consulting experience, with advanced training in prematurity, clinical complexities,  tethered oral tissues, and craniosacral therapy- which she provides as an adjunct to lactation care. She is available daily for in-person visits or for telehealth, and she is contracted with TLN. Her commitment to her patients is evident in the unsurpassed aftercare that she provides.

Farrah Sheehan IBCLC NHLC

Farrah Sheehan, IBCLC

Perinatal Professional Services


Farrah Sheehan is a masters prepared IBCLC and certified childbirth educator. She offers home visits within 45 miles of Amherst, has access to office space in Manchester and Wilton, and offers telehealth. Farrah's specialty areas include infant feeding following trauma; infant feeding with a history of substance use; and infant feeding for minority and LGBTQAI+ families. Her advanced training in health equity and in birth trauma recovery guide her wholistic and compassionate approach to infant feeding. She is contracted with TLN.

Maryann Lessard IBCLC NHLC

Maryann Lessard, IBCLC

Breastfeeding Links 603


Maryann Lessard is an RN IBCLC offering home visits within 45 minutes of Gilford, in The Lakes Region. She has been an IBCLC since 1994 and has over 40 years of experience working with breastfeeding families as a hospital based Nurse, IBCLC, and Visiting Nurse. Her specialty areas include: general lactation care, infant sleep, and comforting and soothing newborns. She is contracted with TLN. In addition to private patient appointments, Maryann also teaches breastfeeding classes every other month. 

Kimberleigh Weiss-Lewit IBCLC NHLC

Kim Weiss-Lewit IBCLC

Kimberleigh Weiss-Lewit MA IBCLC


Kimberleigh Weiss-Lewit is a masters prepared IBCLC offering telehealth and office visits in Hanover. Her specialty areas include providing lactation care via telehealth; comprehensive care of tethered oral tissues; older babies; and weaning. She also has advanced training in therapeutic breast massage and perinatal mental health support. She offers loving evidence based guidance. Her care is rooted in the belief that families know their babies and bodies best. She is contracted with TLN and she is also in network with Aetna. 


Amanda Gilman, IBCLC

The Mama Coach


Amanda Gilman is an RN, and IBCLC offering home visits in Concord and The Lakes Region, as well as telehealth. She has 9 years experience in Maternal Child Health, including Labor & Delivery and Postpartum support. Her specialty areas are prenatal consultations, low milk supply, slow weight gain, and colic. She has additional training in tethered oral tissues, and she also helps families navigate infant and toddler sleep. Amanda understands the importance meeting families where they are at. She is contracted with TLN.

Jackie Osanitsch IBCLC NHLC

Jackie Osanitsch, IBCLC

Sensible Lactation


Jackie Osanitsch is an RN IBCLC offering home visits in the Littleton area, as well as telehealth visits. Jackie is an experienced labor and delivery nurse, IBCLC and reiki master, and she is also pursuing her Nurse Practitioner certification. Jackie specializes in the transition home and the immediate postpartum period. She has advanced training in tongue and lip ties; pre and post release care. Jackie's calling is to support new mothers so that they can feel comfortable and confident in their feeding journeys. She is contracted with TLN.


Jennifer Yager, IBCLC

Professional In Home Lactation


Jennifer Yager is an RN IBCLC offering home visits within 30 minutes of Portsmouth NH, as well as telehealth. She has 19 years of experience working with families in NICU, labor & delivery, and postpartum care. She works closely with families of premature infants, newborns, and multiples. She also provides prenatal education. Jennifer is dedicated to providing personalized care and support through expert guidance and education. She is contracted with TLN and is eager to help families navigate the joys and challenges of parenthood. 

Kimberly Jarest IBCLC NHLC

Kimberly Jarest, IBCLC

Embracing Lactation


Kimberly Jarest is an IBCLC offering home visits and telehealth in the Monadnock Region. She specializes in exclusively pumping, breast pump education, milk output concerns while pumping, and milk donation. She has personal experience with exclusively pumping from her journey as a gestational surrogate. She is a La Leche League Leader for the Monadnock Region La Leche League. Kimberly supports all avenues of infant feeding and is dedicated to supporting families as they desire. She is contracted with TLN.


Lo Nigrosh, IBCLC

Quabbin Birth Services


Lo Nigrosh is an IBCLC offering telehealth visits and home visits for families in and around Cheshire County.  She also has an office in Athol MA. In addition to an IBCLC, Lo is also a birth doula & childbirth educator. Lo specializes in compassionate care for difficult situations. Her goal is to help families have confidence through each step of  their own unique journey. She is keenly aware of systemic and cultural barriers that can make human milk feeding difficult. Lo is contracted with TLN and is in network with United, Aetna, Cigna, and Humana.

Christine McKenney IBCLC NHLC

Christine McKenney, IBCLC

WOOM Wellness


Christine McKenney is an RN IBCLC offering office visits in Portsmouth, home visits within 45 minutes of Portsmouth, and telehealth, with flexible hours of availability. Her ten years of experience includes NICU, postpartum, and prenatal care. She is a certified childbirth and parenting educator, and a car seat safety technician. Christine has a passion for bringing people together to create community, and for helping new families to build their village. She believes that all feeding journeys are unique and deserve unique care. She is contracted with TLN.

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Tricia Kezar, IBCLC

Sunrise Lactation


Tricia Kezar is an RN IBCLC offering home visits within 20 miles of Epping. She also offers telehealth. Tricia brings to her practice 20 years of experience as a maternal child health nurse. Her specialty areas include prenatal education, the newborn period and assessment of oral function. She has advanced training in the care of tethered oral tissues, oral habituation, and bottle refusal. Tricia strives to empower parents with a compassionate individualized approach to lactation and infant feeding. She is contracted with TLN.


New Member, IBCLC

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If you are an IBCLC in Private Practice in New Hampshire and you would like information about joining the collaborative please click Learn More to send us an email!


The Lactation Network, also known as TLN, is a durable medical supplier who bills insurance for Lactation Consultants. Lactation Consultants contracted with TLN are currently able to accept many United, Blue Cross Blue Shield, AnthemCigna, Unicare, and VA CCN plans, as well as many PPO subsidiaries of these plans, and also plans from carriers with a PNOA or Multiplan logo on the back of the card. Coverage may be under either the lactating parent OR the baby- it does not have to be both. Each IBCLC has a unique link for parents to use to check coverage. Please visit your IBCLCs website to locate their link, or use this link to be connected with the first available consultant.

The Lactation Network
If you are not insured by a TLN covered insurance plan know that you may still be eligible for reimbursement for services rendered by an IBCLC.
Not all plans provide reimbursement, but many do. All of our providers offer superbills for claim submission.
Some of our providers are in-network with non-TLN insurance carriers, such as Aetna.
You can read about the law governing health insurance coverage here.
Not all lactation professionals are board certified providers. Lots are just helpers for when things are generally going well!
Unfortunately, anybody can call themselves a Lactation Consultant, so it is important to ask if they are IBCLC certified. All of our providers are.

Why see an IBCLC, and not a different type of "Lactation Consultant" if you are having a problem? ...Because IBCLC's are the only lactation professional with the scope of practice that allows them to be recognized as an allied health professional.  

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"The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away"

Pablo Picaso

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