Umass Memorial employees please call
to register and receive a 10% discount.

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The following are useful resources for class participants including insurance reimbursement forms and breast pumps and accessories.


Many insurance companies provide partial or full reimbursement for prenatal classes, Contact your insurance company for your reimbursement process. You will be provided with a class certificate upon completetion of your survey which will be emailed to you. Fallon members receive a 10% discount on all classes. Fallon members must call to register for their classes to receive the discount.

Breast Pumps and Accessories

Under the Affordable Care Act you may be eligible for an insurance covered breast pump. Health Baby Essentials in the premier provider of breast pumps and accessories to new and expectant mothers and provides pumps to Umass Memorial Hospital patients.

Healthy Baby Essentials offers:

  • A full line of Spectra S1, S2 & S9, Freemie, Medela, Ameda, Lansinoh, Willow, Unimom, Minuet & Elvie breast pumps
  • Is fully accredited Durable Medical Equipment Company contracted with most major insurance companies and Medicaid
  • We can provide same and next day service for all of your breast pump and medical equipment to your hospital room or home
  • For more information, visit or call 1-888-495-7491.

Frequently Asked Questions

Breastfeeding Support Resources

New England Mothers First- IBCLC Nurse Practitioners contracted with most Massachusetts insurances (home and office visits) Call: 1-508-921-4157 General breastfeeding information

Massachusetts Birth Connections- Prenatal & Postpartum community resources Lactation Consultants/Home Visits

Baby Cafe USA-  Find breastfeeding support gatherings near you

La Leche League International- Breastfeeding information/find support gatherings near you

NIH Drug and Lactation Database (LactMed)- Search for medication interactions while breastfeeding Information on low milk supply Information for breastfeeding after breast surgery 

American Academy of Pediatrics

Local Support for Perinatal Mood Complications Eastern and Central Massachusetts: 

The postpartum period can often be a challenging time for new parents. If you are experiencing any concerning changes in mood or behavior, such as depression, anxiety and obsessive-compulsive activity, do not hesitate to reach out to your provider, therapist or one of the local resources listed below.

Postpartum Support International of MA; Warm Line: 1-866-472-1897

MA Dept. of Public Health; Warm Line: 1-866-472-1897

Massachusetts General Hospital Center for Women's Mental Health; 617-724-7792

Jewish Family & Children's Services; 781-647-JFCS (5327)

South Shore Postpartum Network

Cape Cod Neighborhood Support Coalition;508-775-6240 Ext. 512

North Shore Postpartum Depression Task Force


Parents Helping Parents

American Academy of Pediatrics

Parental Stress Hotline: 1-800-632-8188

Additional Resources

Healthy Children -- Ages and Stages

Parents Central: From Car Seats to Car Keys - Keeping Kids Safe

Safe Kids -- Safety Tips

CDC -- Developmental Milestones

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