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Monica Simpson and Family Receiving Breastfeeding Help

For generations in the United States, the breastfeeding of infants has been done in relative privacy -both the action and the process of providing information to mothers.
But recently, cafes for hungry babies have opened in the Tampa Bay area, providing walk-in service for mother and child.

Called “Baby Café,” the walk-in breastfeeding clinics are an initiative of Champions for Children Tampa Bay (CFCTB), a Tampa-based local nonprofit dedicated to preventing child abuse and neglect. In Hillsborough County, the Tampa-based CFCTB is the only nonprofit dedicated exclusively to abuse and neglect prevention and provides services and support systems that can help protect children and benefit their families.

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