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Hawaii Childbirth Education Association

Description:

Hawaii Childbirth Professionals and the Doula Network of Hawaii (HCEA/DNH) are a non-profit organization of professionals in childbirth, including Doulas, Midwives and Childbirth Educators. We provide support and education to both families and birth professionals. We believe that knowledge is the key to making an informed choice and that every woman deserves continuous, personalized labor support. Our mission is to enhance the physical, emotional, psychological, and spiritual health of mothers, babies, and families through evidence-based education and loving support during pregnancy, childbirth, and early parenthood.

Website:

(808) 623-5400 - Mililani - Type: Classes



Hawaii Holistic Midwifery

Description:

Comprehensive, compassionate homebirth midwifery care, waterbirth, VBAC, birth and postpartum doula services, placenta encapsulation, reiki, bodywork and herbal and nutritional consults.

Website:

Email:

(808) 626-5206 - Kona - Type: Main



Hilo Womens Health Center (Bay Clinic, Inc.)

Description:

Bay Clinic provides prenatal and obstetrical care to uninsured women. Prenatal care is the health care you get while you are pregnant. Prenatal care can help keep you and your baby healthy.

Babies of mothers who do not get prenatal care are three times more likely to have a low birth weight and five times more likely to die than those born to mothers who do get care.

If you know you're pregnant, or think you might be, call Bay Clinic or your obstetrician to schedule a visit. It is important that you get regular prenatal care.

We will schedule you for many appointments over the course of your pregnancy. Try not to miss any appointments, and follow your medical provider's advice during your pregnancy.

Your provider can spot health problems early when he or she see you regularly. Early treatment can cure many problems and prevent others. Regular health care is best for you and your baby.

Website:

Address:

73 Pu'uhonu Place, Suite 204
Hilo, HI 96720

(808) 333-3500 - Hilo, Puna - Type: Main



Jade Holter Postpartum Doula

Description:

Jade Holter, PCD (DONA) assists families during the transition from belly to bed.

She provides the following services:
  • Care and nurturing for the new mother in postpartum recovery
  • Breastfeeding and/or bottle-feeding education, advice and support
  • Education on newborn traits and characteristics
  • Instruction and assistance in newborn care, infant soothing techniques, swaddling, etc.
  • Emotional support for the whole family
  • Skilled with multiples
  • Daytime and overnight care
  • Practical household and baby related help
  • Childcare assistance for siblings
  • Information, resources and referrals
  • Skin to skin contact
  • Father and family bonding

Email:

(808) 280-0505 - Oahu - Type: Main



Labor of Love Doula Services

Description:

Lactation Counseling, Antepartum, Labor/Birth and Postpartum Doula Services. Studies prove that women who have continuous support during childbirth have fewer medical interventions, less Cesarean births, and more positive outcomes during labor and birth. My objective as a Doula is to offer this loving, caring, and supportive environment for my client and their families. My desire is for my clients to cherish the birth of their babies in the most positive way possible.

Website:

Email:

Address:

92-312 Kewai Place
Kapolei, HI 96707

808-225-0668 - oahu - Type: Main



Loving Lotus Doula

Description:

Crystal Minnick provides Labor/Postpartum Doula support and prenatal yoga instruction.

What is a Doula?
A doula is a professional trained in childbirth who provides emotional, physical and informational support to the mother who is expecting, is experiencing labor, or has recently given birth. The doula's purpose is to help women have a safe, memorable and empowering birthing experience.

Benefits of having a Doula at your birth:
  • Provides emotional support
  • Uses comfort measures: breathing, relaxation, movement, positioning, essential oils
  • Continuously reassures and comforts the mother (the key word is continuous--a doula never leaves the mother's side)
  • Helps a mother become informed about various birth choices

    Email:

    (808) 673-8717 - Oahu - Type: Main



LovingLotusDoula

Description:

Birth & Postpartum Doula
Placenta Encapsulator
Prenatal Yoga Instructor
Breastfeeding support

Website:

Email:

(808) 673-8717 - Kailua - Type: Main



Mary Jane Program

Description:

The Mary Jane Home is a residential program in a group home setting for pregnant women 18 years and older. The home provides a safe, supportive environment where women can prepare for their child and work toward accomplishing their life goals.

Mary Jane Home services include:
Life skills, infant care and parenting education
Childbirth education
Birth coaching (doula services)
Individual and group counseling
Case management/planning and goal setting
Mentoring services
Follow-up services

Women who are waitlisted for residential services or who have completed the program can also receive support through our Community-Based Pregnancy Services.

Email:

Address:

1822 Keeaumoku Street
Honolulu, HI 96822

(808) 261-9776 - Type: Main



Maui’s Birth Source

Description:

A directory to the Maui Birthing Community: midwives, doulas, chiropractors, massage therapists, childbirth educators….the list is endless.

Website:

Email:

Address:

Makawao, Hawaii 96768
, HI

808-283-5373 - Type: Main



Mother Birth Waves

Description:

Mother Birth Waves offers Birthing From Within classes that provide you with all the practical information needed to give birth at home or in the hospital. These well-balanced classes go further by supporting your exploration of the emotional and psychological experience of birth. This modality goes beyond childbirth education, encompassing the realm of childbirth preparation. Birthing From Within seeks to prepare families for birth and parenting on all levels: psychologically, intellectually, spiritually, and emotionally.

- Learn and practice ways of coping with the intensity of labor
- Connect with your partner and learn how to give or receive support
- Understand the stages of labor and how birth works
- Explore how to prepare and protect your birth place at home or hospital
- Discover how to ask questions and give consent
- Share your hopes and concerns with other parents
- Know what to expect during the postpartum period

Website:

Email:

808-269-0888 - Kula


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