A doula does not replace your doctor. Our doulas are there to support you and help you understand what your doctor says.

Late Pregnancy Support

  • Offering you guidance on creating a birth plan
  • Providing mental, physical, and emotional support to help you get ready for labor and to make sure your labor and delivery are as comfortable as possible
  • Helping you prepare your body for a healthy and safe delivery 

Labor & Delivery Support

  • Offering mental, emotional, and physical support for you during your labor & delivery
  • Serving as your advocate during the birthing process
  • Providing evidence-based comfort techniques 

Breastfeeding & Postpartum

  • Supporting you through the the transition home with your new addition
  • Connecting you with lactation and post-partum resources in the area

Frequently Asked Questions

How often will I see my doula?
Your doula will work with you to set up a schedule that meets your needs.

Does having a doula mean I will have a home birth?
No. Your doula is there to support you wherever you choose to birth your child: in a birthing center, at a hospital, or at home. 

How much does a doula cost?
As of January 1, 2023, doula services can be covered by Medicaid. If you are not a medicaid recipient, we can still help find a doula for you.