Skip directly to search Skip directly to A to Z list Skip directly to site content
CDC Home
Share
Compartir

Breastfeeding Report Card 2011, United States: Process Indicators

NOTE: Percents in bold are those that have met the Healthy People 2020 objective.

StateAverage mPINC ScorePercent of live births occuring at Baby Friendly FacilitiesPercent of breastfed infants receiving formula before 2 days of ageNumber of La Leche League Leaders per 1,000 live birthsNumber of IBCLCs* per 1,000 live birthsNumber of state health department FTEs** dedicated to breastfeedingState child care center regulation supports lactation***
U.S. National654.5324.50.992.67125.066
Alabama57028.90.321.842.00less optimal
Alaska7421.30 18.51.066.450.25less optimal
Arizona64028.80.852.082.50optimal
Arkansas52020.10.481.763.50not optimal
California7314.59 23.80.652.7313.00optimal
Colorado717.0117.41.343.100.88less optimal
Connecticut7115.55 19.12.624.701.00not optimal
Delaware67022.80.353.722.00optimal
Dist of Columbia72031.40.441.112.00not optimal
Florida652.1931.40.841.981.00less optimal
Georgia59032.50.622.262.00less optimal
Hawaii658.68 23.90.583.491.50less optimal
Idaho687.0112.31.182.571.00not optimal
Illinois631.4726.10.932.452.00not optimal
Indiana648.76 15.11.083.333.33not optimal
Iowa61016.90.682.340.50not optimal
Kansas62021.71.842.581.50not optimal
Kentucky575.7215.50.382.193.00not optimal
Louisiana60018.00.461.832.75less optimal
Maine7919.4118.92.605.641.00not optimal
Maryland68030.91.093.483.00less optimal
Massachusetts794.0916.51.984.811.60less optimal
Michigan65017.91.742.262.00less optimal
Minnesota670.6216.01.473.142.00not optimal
Mississippi51024.40.701.262.00optimal
Missouri640.9317.91.412.373.00not optimal
Montana660.298.02.282.530.50less optimal
Nebraska6022.33 19.11.483.040.50not optimal
Nevada56027.80.611.012.00not optimal
New Hampshire8116.10 15.52.546.731.00not optimal
New Jersey62038.01.502.692.50not optimal
New Mexico64016.00.932.792.00less optimal
New York674.0133.20.832.536.50less optimal
North Carolina623.7329.31.553.522.00optimal
North Dakota64012.40.562.220.80not optimal
Ohio694.1017.91.083.082.00less optimal
Oklahoma55015.60.592.424.10not optimal
Oregon778.0215.11.385.471.50less optimal
Pennsylvania640.0817.91.202.482.00not optimal
Rhode Island819.42 23.60.875.331.10less optimal
South Carolina62029.30.581.901.00less optimal
South Dakota58016.30.342.351.00not optimal
Tennessee600.2520.30.621.861.00not optimal
Texas623.2230.50.551.738.75not optimal
Utah646.4421.80.871.696.20less optimal
Vermont763.228.53.2711.132.00optimal
Virginia630.4025.51.683.433.40less optimal
Washington759.79 18.01.414.854.20not optimal
West Virginia58024.80.752.911.00not optimal
Wisconsin7112.24 14.01.203.222.50less optimal
Wyoming622.5111.61.902.035.20not optimal

Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention National Immunization Survey, Provisional Data, 2008 births. http://www.cdc.gov/breastfeeding/data/NIS_data/index.htm

* IBCLC - International Board Certified Lactation Consultant.
**FTE - Full-Time Equivalent.
***Based on the PCO/CFOC IA1 standard

Top of Page

 
USA.gov: The U.S. Government's Official Web PortalDepartment of Health and Human Services
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention   1600 Clifton Rd. Atlanta, GA 30333, USA
800-CDC-INFO (800-232-4636) TTY: (888) 232-6348 - Contact CDC-INFO