We are in search of a dynamic Development Director. Is that you?
We are also in search of consultants for two projects: (1) Communications Strategy and (2) A Doula Funding Map. Proposals due June 10 and June 15th, respectively.
After a competitive grant process, Open Arms Perinatal Services received state funding for their community-based doula program, making Washington the first state to support the Community-Based Doula program as an effective health equity strategy.
- MEDIA RELEASE, May 4, 2016
2015 Year in Review
2015 Highlights - [Download PDF]
2015 Financials - [Download PDF]
Shared Voices for Equity in Birth and Breastfeeding
Chicago, IL - September 9-11, 2015
See what participants shared on social media during our National Action Summit.
Read thru the #BirthEquity Twitter Chat.
The Perinatal Revolution
Download HealthConnect One's new study to learn about the role community-based doulas play in high-risk communities across the U.S.
Learn more about the Community-Based Doula Program Model.
YWCA "Stand Against Racism"
blog carnival includes:
By Rachel Abramson, HC One Executive Director - April 25, 2014
Join the conversation. #StandAgainstRacism
Take a Stand for All Critical Providers
Join us in voicing concern with policies that build inequity into breastfeeding support for vulnerable families around the country.
on Community-Based Doulas
The Amazing People Who Are Changing How Low-Income Moms Give Birth - 9/12/2013
Check it out here and let us know what you think!
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