Frequently asked questions
We believe all birthing persons should feel empowered and safe throughout their journey into parenthood. We are working in the community to reduce the Black Maternal Mortality Rate and increase equality for our LGBTQ parents.
A birth doula is a trained professional who provides emotional, physical and informational support to both the gestational parent and their partner during prenancy, throughout labor and immediately following delivery.
Absolutely! We can schedule a face-to-face meeting or a virtual meeting on FaceTime or Google Meet.
Birth support by a doula usually doesn’t get reimbursed by United States health insurances.
While this rarely happens, every doula has a team of colleagues who are backing her up.
I accept the following methods of payment: Certified Check, Money Order, Paypal, Venmo or Zelle. Payments can be made via debit/credit card (additional processing fees apply).
Of course! We require a non-refundable deposit of half of the amount of the requested service in order to retain your doula. The remaining balance is broken up into 3 payments (Birth Services must be paid in full by week 37).