Breastfeeding Drop-ins

Come meet other mothers* and share your breastfeeding experience!

In-person breastfeeding drop-ins resume this spring!


Our breastfeeding drop-ins are the perfect place to get information about breastfeeding and related themes. It supports and encourages parents to share their knowledge and experiences, and allows discussions with the Nourri-Source support group. It is also an opportunity to meet with health professionnals: a nurse and a nutritionist.

For whom?

  • For breastfeeding parents
  • Pregnant women* and new mothers* who wish to share their experiences and discuss with other parents
  • Spouses or partners who wish to bring their support.


  • To get out of the house and take a break
  • To get accustomed to breastfeeding in public
  • To share personal experiences and interact with other parents
  • To ask questions to a nurse and a nutritionist, and speak to them about your concerns
  • To consult a breastfeeding support mother or lactation consultant
  • To weigh your baby if required.


At Saint-Charles Library, 1050, Hibernia Street (3rd Floor), Montreal (Quebec) H3K 2V2


  • March 8 et March 22 (cancelled for renovations at the library)
  • April 5 & 19
  • May 3, 17 & 31
  • June 14 & 28
  • July 12 & 26
  • August 9 & 23
  • September 13 & 27
  • October 11 & 25
  • November 8 & 22
  • December 13

For more information, contact Lina Hu:, tel.: (514) 937-9251 # 6212.

* although the Clinic uses the terms «woman» and «mother» to designate the majority of pregnant and breastfeeding people, please note that all gender- and sexually diverse people are more than welcome to join our breastfeeding drop-ins.

If you do not yet have peer support, we invite you to request it by visiting the Nourri-Source website.    

Protect, support and promote breastfeeding

The commitment of the Pointe-Saint-Charles Community Clinic

The Pointe-Saint-Charles Community Clinic recognizes the importance of promoting and supporting breastfeeding because of the known benefits of this feeding method for the health of the child and the mother.

We support the independence and competence of parents. By adopting this policy, the Clinic aims to promote the best possible care for children, regardless of the feeding method chosen by parents. We help you to make a fully informed decision for yourselves and your baby related to infant feeding, and we will support you with your decision, whatever it is.

We respect the Baby Friendly Initiative, designed by the World Health Organization and UNICEF, by implementing the Ten Steps to Successful Breastfeeding and the International Code of Marketing of Breast-milk Substitutes.

Our commitment at the Pointe-Saint-Charles Community Clinic:

• Provide accurate information about the importance of breastfeeding and the practices that supports it.

• Support mothers who want to start and maintain breastfeeding

• Promote neighborhood resources that support breastfeeding.

• Encourage mothers to breastfeed exclusively for the first 6 months, and continued breastfeeding for two years or more, together with complementary feeding starting around sixth month.

• Avoid the promotion of infant formula and its accessories.

• Ensure that parents who use infant formula do it safely. This is a summary of the breastfeeding policy of the Pointe-Saint-Charles Community Clinic.

You can breastfeed anywhere, anytime at the clinic. For a more intimate place, ask a staff member.