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BOOST: Breastfeeding Onset and Onward with Support Tools

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BOOST: Breastfeeding Onset and Onward With Support Tools

This behavioral intervention trial will test whether a standard care breastfeeding intervention from the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) program plus monthly financial incentives contingent on observed breastfeeding will improve breastfeeding duration among low-income mothers compared to a standard (WIC) care control. Investigators hypothesize that the standard care plus monthly contingent financial incentives intervention will promote longer breastfeeding duration, fewer infant health issues, and greater healthcare cost savings than the standard care (control) intervention.

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Behavioral - WIC support + home-based individual support + Breastfeeding Incentives (SC+BFI)

Participants randomized into SC+BFI will receive the same services as the Standard Care Control (SC) group (standard breastfeeding services from Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) plus monthly home visits that facilitate navigation to as-needed resources and referrals to services that support breastfeeding and problem solving) plus financial incentives (Breastfeeding Incentives, BFI) contingent on observed breastfeeding.

Behavioral - WIC support + home-based individual support (SC)

Participants randomized into SC will receive standard breastfeeding services from Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) plus monthly home visits that facilitate navigation to as-needed resources and referrals to services that support breastfeeding and problem solving.

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Individual Breastfeeding Support With Contingent Incentives for Low-Income Mothers

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NCT03964454

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