Our Mom Enough kick off meeting in April was such a wonderful experience! We hope to hold a meeting every 4th Sunday of the month. However, due to Memorial Day Weekend, we are bumping the May meeting to Sunday June 4. This month's topic will be Find Your Voice: Setting Healthy Boundaries. This is a free event. Babies in Arms welcome. Meeting is in the downstairs community room.
6456 New Taylor Rd, Orchard Park, NY 14127-2358
Date: 1 PM Every 4th Sunday
No Mother Left Behind
The Seton Building
Piver Conference Center
2121 Main Street Buffalo NY 14214.
dates/time: 6PM Every 4th Thursday
Postpartum Depression Support Group at Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital
Cancer Care Conference Room
Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital.
dates/time: 7PM on the second Thursday of every month.
email: Nancy Owen nowen@KaleidaHealth.org
phone: (716) 568-3628 ext. 6653
Mindful Mama's Postpartum Support
Come together in sacred circle to be with other new mothers, share your stories, get support and discuss various topics related to the transition to motherhood. This circle offers mothers compassionate community in a loving and nurturing environment and includes meditation and other self care techniques to weather the storms of this massive life adjustment. Additional topics may include baby wearing and its benefits, healthy sleep habits for mom and baby, self care for mothers, infant massage, holistic health at home, and creative ideas for sensory play with your baby. Women and their little ones welcome as soon as they feel comfortable venturing out.Please email email@example.com to register or ask questions.
Nurtured Mother Circle
Support services provided by Deirdre Medina of Ebb & Flow Birth and Wellness.
Meets at 1:30
289 Summer St
Buffalo, NY 14222
Second and Fourth Wednesday of the month for clients.
More information can be found at
Ebb & Flow Birth & Wellness
Nurtured Mother Open Circle
A free support and walk group.
Meets at 1:30
289 Summer St
Buffalo, NY 14222
First Wednesday of every month.
More information can be found at
Ebb & Flow Birth and Wellness
Positive Birth Movement - BuffaloNY
We are an open support circle for pregnancy and birth. In a positive birth, a woman is informed, has freedom of choice, and is respected. We meet once a month (exact dates, times, and locations can be variable).
La Leche League of Amherst
Meetings held at the
Concierge Dental Group
33 Melrose Road
Pregnant, breastfeeding mothers and their nurslings are invited to attend.
Contact Cindy at (716)308-4843
La Leche League of Hamburg
Breastfeeding USA chapter,
Breastfeeding USA - Greater Buffalo Chapter (Holistic Parenting Network's Breast Friends of WNY)
Meet the fourth Tuesday of every month
at Breastfeeding Support Center of WNY
Buffalo Doula Collective New Parent Support
Join our community breastfeeding and infant care educator, Mary Miller for our weekly group Thursday 11:30AM-1:30PM at
313 Elmwood Ave, Buffalo, NY
Buffalo Dadventure is a place for dads in the WNY area; those who are about to become a new dad, those who are recently a new dad, and those who have been a dad for many years or many times over; to expand their dad toolbox with new skills and knowledge, share their tools and stories, ask questions and discuss all that is the Dadventure in a judgement free space. The goal for this group is to have monthly meet ups at places around town, as well as be an online support group for local dads. The mission is to educate, inform, and empower fathers while strengthening and increasing their roles in the lives of their children and partners.
WNY Parenting Partners
Join seasoned and unseasoned partners in a casual, judgement free open discussion on parenting from the other side. Here we share stories, advice, and family friendly events for parents in or around Western New York. This is a safe judgement free zone for non birth partners to ask opinions and advise on our daily struggles.
WNY Holistic Recommendations for Families
This is a local group. Western NY is filled with holistic resources for you & your children.You can look into raising green families, having non toxic pregnancies, and teaching your children how to be green. This sums up the mission of this group: Chinese Proverb: When someone shares something of value with you and you benefit from it, you have a moral obligation to share it with others.
Gentle Parenting of WNY
This group was created for local discussion on gentle parenting. It will be used as a means to explore methods of building and nurturing relationships with our children, age-appropriate discipline, and how to interact with our children in such ways that encourage appropriate behavior.
In it Together: a Respectful Parenting Village
In it together is an all-inclusive village for parents who are doing the same thing: trying to do their best raising their children. With so many different ideas, backgrounds, and methods for child-rearing it is often overlooked that we are all doing the same thing. Whether you believe in gentle parenting, attachment parenting, main-stream parenting; we are all people, we all have opinions, we all have feelings, we are all: IN IT TOGETHER.
This group is for women in the WNY area suffering with infertility. Doesn't matter if you're not using any drugs or you're going through IVF. Or you have a LO and have gone through infertility. This is a safe place for all!
Pregnant & Postpartum in WNY
This group is run by Tara Withey, certified birth & postpartum doula, and childbirth educator. It is ideal for women looking to understand their options locally. You do not have to be pregnant to join, and when you have your baby, you are welcome to stay. This group is meant to be peer supported. Welcome!
Holistic Parenting Network
The online portion of the Holistic Parenting Network, a WNY based holistic parenting support organization created in 2011 (Formerly Breast Friends of WNY) which holds three monthly meetings all around the region.
ICAN of WNY
ICAN of Western New York is a chapter of the International Cesarean Awareness Network, Inc. (ICAN), a nonprofit organization whose mission is to improve maternal-child health by preventing unnecessary cesareans through education, providing support for cesarean recovery, and promoting Vaginal Birth After Cesarean (VBAC).
Holding Space: a Birth Trauma Healing Community
This initiative was created to hold space for those effected by birth trauma.
WNY Mothers of Multiples
This page is to provide an online meeting space where mothers of multiples from across Western New York can connect to each other.
Buffalo Mom Squad
Motherhood is a tough, exciting, tiring whirlwind experience. This page is for mom's in the western new york area to meet, set up playdates, and find a "sisterhood" in motherhood.
Greater Buffalo Food Allergy Alliance
Greater Buffalo Food Allergy Alliance (GBFAA) was started by five mothers of food allergic children looking to find support and information while helping to inform others about food allergies in the Greater Buffalo area (primarily Erie and Niagara Counties). GBFAA is open to anyone wishing to learn more about food allergies and is a registered support group with FARE.
Meetings take place the 3rd Monday of the month running from 7:00 pm until 9:00 pm.
Cleveland Hill Fire Hall
440 Cleveland Drive (near Harlem Rd) in Cheektowaga.
WNY Safe Haven For Families of Children with Special Needs
This is a group where we will support one another through our journey with our children with special needs.
WNY Cesarean Birth Support
Cesarean Birth Support is a group who's goal is to educate and support women who have had Cesarean Births, will be having a Cesarean Birth, or just want to learn more about Cesarean Births. We are here to support each other with no judgment, to learn from one another, and to educate each other with facts, not fear.
WNY Birth Support Group
WNY Pagan Families
A group for any families who identify as pagans of any variety. We hope to create a forum for discussion, to learn more about paganism, and to create events where we can celebrate with like minded people.
WNY Breastfeeding Mamas