I have had the privilege of meeting AMAZING Birth Workers who could be of service to you. It is important to choose a team that aligns with your personality and beliefs so check out these Doulas and their other services and see who would be best for you to work with. If you choose to work with any of them either in addition to us or separately, let them know Gaby sent you as I love making sure people are supported by someone who makes them feel at home!
Maria Caudle http://thatdarndoula.com
An amazing group of full spectrum Doulas, an RN, a maternal mental health professional, lactation consultant, baby wearing expert, and maternal child health specialists assisting the community and anyone who is blessed to be empowered by them. Each person has so much to offer. Based in Rhode Island Umoja Nia Doula collective is a community resource to gain access to multiple black doulas in the area. There is no central phone number or website for Umoja Nia Doula collective. All of the doulas are independent entrepreneurs and contract as such with their clients.
Some of the members are:
Emily Pavadis- https://www.facebook.com/onelovechildbirth/