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Katorah (they/them/she/her) – Portland, OR

Revolution Doula

Katorah offers in-person childbirth education, as well as support for labor/birth, abortion care, postpartum, death, and grief.

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Jeremy Bowen (he/him) – Seattle, WA

Jeremy Bowen, Birth Doula

Jeremy Bowen provides emotional, physical, and self-advocacy support for those carrying and giving birth leading up to their labor, during their birth, and immediately afterward.

He offers two prenatal visits, labor support, and one or two post-partum visits, as needed to support a birthing person in their labor on a sliding scale for certifying births with DONA.

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Jessi Vining (she/her) – Salem, OR

Wilder Midwifery

Wilder Midwifery offers gender inclusive and LGBTQ+ positive homebirth midwifery services to the upper Willamette Valley and Oregon Coast.

Their services include: preconception and fertility visits, prenatal care, home birth, postpartum care and newborn care. They also offer lactation support from an IBCLC, placenta encapsulation and childbirth classes.

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Summer Roger (she/her) – Phoenix, AZ

Birth + Fire Doula Services

Summer is a badass and bold doula caring for parents as they harness their strength during pregnancy, birth and beyond.

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Meredith Mance, CPM, LDM, IBCLC (she/her) – McMinnville, OR

Wilder Midwifery

Wilder Midwifery offers gender inclusive and LGBTQ+ positive homebirth midwifery services to the upper Willamette Valley and Oregon Coast.

Their services include: preconception and fertility visits, prenatal care, home birth, postpartum care and newborn care. They also offer lactation support from an IBCLC, placenta encapsulation and childbirth classes.

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Christine Salvatore (she/her/they/them) – Los Angeles, CA

Christine Salvatore

As a birth doula, postpartum doula and infant massage teacher, Christine Salvatore works with families in the Los Angeles area to provide nonjudgemental support during birth, adoption, and the postpartum period. 

It is her passion to provide a safe space for her clients to have an empowered birth and postpartum experience and trust what is best for their body. She’s dedicated to providing inclusive care that supports all identities and family structures. Christine is currently working towards becoming an IBCLC to provide more inclusive infant feeding support for queer and trans families.

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Jaelyn Rose (she/her/they/them) – Portland, OR

Heart To Heart Doula

Jaelyn Rose is a postpartum doula and birth photographer serving the Portland, Oregon area. They provide non biased support to all families, with priority given to QPOC families.

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Aimee Barrett (she/her) Monterey, CA

Doula Aimee

Aimee Barrett is a full spectrum doula specializing in prenatal, birth, and fertility. She’s also a photographer capturing birth and lifestyle portraits.

She offers a variety of childbirth education options. Services can be booked individually or in packages. Remote services are offered via FaceTime.

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Niquita LeValdo (she/her) – Oceanside, CA

INDIGENOUS MATRIARCH

Niquita LeValdo, INDIGENOUS MATRIARCH, is a community support person and a reproductive justice advocate. She offers culturally competent and compassionate care for Black and Brown families in need – because your experience matters. Contact her today for a free virtual consultation!

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Felecia Graham (she/her) – Portland, OR

Genesis Afrocentric Wellness House

Felecia Graham offers doula services (in person or virtual), placenta encapsulation, belly binding, and a selection of wellness products.

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Marinda Greenleaf-Gatten (they/them) – St. Helens, OR

Eden Greenleaf-Gatten is birth doula, located about 40 minutes out of Portland, certifying through DONA International. Their wish is for birthing people and their birth partners to feel physically, emotionally, and spiritually supported while in their care. They are happy to share relaxation techniques, position-change suggestions, and emotional support throughout labor.

As a non-binary doula, they are able to provide inclusive and gender-affirming care to birthing people and partners of all genders and sexualities. As soon as they are hired as a client’s doula, they are available to them for phone, text, and email support. They go on call to be available to assist them in labor beginning at two weeks before their estimated due date.

Packages include a free consult pre-hire, two prenatal visits, continuous support during labor and birth, and two postpartum visits. Their birth doula fees are on a sliding scale relative to a family’s income.

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Amy Moy (she/her) – Sacramento, CA

River Bend Birth Services

Amy Moy is a queer, fluffy femme and certified birth doula and childbirth educator – serving families in the greater Sacramento area. She provides skilled and compassionate pregnancy, birth, and postpartum support to all families, in all birth locations, and with respect for all birth options.

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