The role of the Registered Nurse or Newborn Care Provider is to feed, soothe, bathe, change & provide all other gentle care to baby through the night.

Home » Franchise & Company Info » Postpartum and Baby Care in the Las Vegas Valley

Postpartum and Baby Care in the Las Vegas Valley

updated October 14, 2023 – Social media groups, places of worship and neighborhood message boards can help new parents connect. But for new mothers and fathers looking for certified newborn care providers, postpartum doulas or maternal mental health support, local resources may be harder to find. To help, below is our list of Postpartum and Baby Care in the Las Vegas Valley.

Postpartum and Baby Care in the Las Vegas Valley – Postpartum Mental Health Support

Did you know that mood disorders are the most common complication of pregnancy? While 1 in 7 mothers experience some portion of the spectrum of postpartum depression, fathers and partners can also experience issues.  In both parents, early intervention is vital to ensure parents can heal from these mental health complications.

  • Postpartum Support International has immediate and qualified support and referrals in the Las Vegas area whether parents need emergency resources, support groups or medical intervention.
  • The NV Statewide Maternal and Child Health Coalition offers support and treatment options for all families, through the use of evidence-based practice and research.
  • National Maternal Mental Health Line (833-TLC-MAMA) – For immediate postpartum needs, callers can speak to professional counselors who immediately provide real-time support, information, and resources. Help is available in a variety of languages.
Postpartum and Baby Care in the Las Vegas Valley
Postpartum and Baby Care in the Las Vegas Valley with NVMCH

Twins, Triplets, Quads and more: 

For parents expecting twins or higher order multiples, support groups offer the unique advice, commiseration and referrals to in home postpartum doula support. Besides advice from veteran parents of twins +, “MoM’s and PoM’s Clubs” are also known for their expert organization of meal trains!

Las Vegas Multiples is  part of the 501c3 non-profit, Multiples of America and is open to all parents of twins, triplets and higher order multiples in the Las Vegas Valley.

Did you know newborn twins usually eat every 2 hours? That means 24 feeds in 24 hours! Certified Newborn Care Providers (NCP) can help by feeding both babies at the same time or caring for 1 newborn while a parent feeds the other. This allows parents to bond with each infant individually.


La Leche League International (LLL) is perhaps the most well-known and respected resource for help and support with nursing. Founded in 1956 and consistently updating and adding to their support resources, LLL is truly an excellent means of gaining breastfeeding help.

La Leche League of Nevada offers weekly support groups and personal, email or phone support to nursing mothers. There is no charge for this support and  anyone can join. Additionally, the local NV chapters follow the national LLL mission of fostering “diversity among its Leaders so as to incorporate a wide variety of perspectives and responsible decision-making.”

Postpartum and Baby Care in the Las Vegas Valley – Newborn Care Classes

  • Clark County Baby Care Class – Free, 6 session program teaches expectant and new parents care, safety, health and infant development and more, leading to confident prepared parents!
  • In-Home Baby Basics Class – We offer parents, grandparents and other caregivers personal newborn care and safety classes in your home. Taught by RN’s and Certified Newborn Care Providers (NCP) and therefore evidence-based.
  • lists parenting classes and assistance for expecting and new parents, co-parents, those parenting a child with a disability and child development.

Owner of Let Mommy Sleep Jordan Stubblefield, is a Certified Lactation Counselor as well as Newborn and Postpartum Care instructor. Jordan volunteers with Postpartum Support International as well as the NVMCH. She and her team of night nurses (RN), nannies and postpartum doulas can be contacted locally to provide virtual or overnight newborn care support!

night nurses and postpartum doulas for las vegas newborns