Offering you individualized emotional support and education throughout pregnancy, birth, and up to 12 months postpartum.
The Doula Support Program supports pregnant and postpartum parents, with a focus on those parents with a history of substance use disorder.
What is a doula? A doula is a trained professional who provides non-clinical (and non-judgmental!) support during your pregnancy, your labor, and delivery, and in the postpartum period—up to a whole year!
Doula support is provided at no cost to you. Services with your doula are voluntary.
Families we serve
Pregnant or postpartum parents with a history of or current substance use disorder, including opioid use disorder.
Pregnant or postpartum parents involved with the child welfare system, criminal legal system, who have complex medical needs, are experiencing housing insecurity, or other crises that require extended postpartum support.