Momma’s Village-Fayetteville is a nonprofit organization with a mission to provide access to African-centered birth & breastfeeding support, postpartum care, parenting education and mental health resources for Black families in Fayetteville/Ft. Bragg and the surrounding Sandhills region. Our focus is to provide quality care, services and resources to reduce Black maternal & infant morbidity and mortality through our village of full-spectrum health professionals, peer supporters and elders from our community.

Coming soon: Click for information about services provided by Momma’s Village Fayetteville:

Birth Support

Providing our families with access to a Black Doula Collective that offers African-centered care that incorporates traditions from our diverse culture.

Breastfeeding Support

Facilitating breastfeeding support and education from highly trained and experienced IBCLCS that offer infant feeding care in a culturally-sensitive way that honors our ancestors while creating healthy habits for our infants and children.

Postpartum Support

Creating a culture of African-centered support that is focused on parenting, infant feeding, mental health, family connections, health and nutrition to help empower our community.

About:

Angela Tatum Malloy, MAT, IBCLC, CHW, Doula is the CEO/Founder of Momma’s Village Fayetteville, a 501c3 nonprofit community organization providing Doula care, lactation support, holistic maternal mental health support, culturally -focused birthing & parenting education, support & advocacy work for Black and brown families in and around Fayetteville, NC.