Birthworker Business Hub

Are you a birthworker?

We believe that the work of a birthworker should be sustainable, equitable, and wrapped in community.

We believe that developing programs like our Birthworker Business Hub will also work to bring more birthworkers and doulas to our local communities because wellness for infants and caregivers IS a right not a privilege. 

Our next live, full-spectrum community doula cohort is coming up so don’t delay – we’d love to speak with you!

What is the Hub?

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One of our solutions to perinatal disparities...

are birth doulas who have proven to lead to many positive outcomes and experiences for birthing people including: fewer cesareans, shorter labor, increased lactation, and supporting birth people with advocacy and emotional/physical support.

Naming one of the root causes being...

that there are huge barriers pertaining to certification and recognition for birth workers and doulas which affects inclusiveness and sustainability. This also affects aspiring birthworkers and perinatal health professionals. 

Nurture your birthwork career with Nurturely!​

Hub Benefits:
Resources & Community in-person at the Nurturely Lounge

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As a member, you get...


Participate in training and continuing education that inclusively honors culture, history, physiology, spirit, science and service in collaboration with other training organizations.


Collaborate in anti-oppression, anti-racist frameworks on your path with our inclusive community and equity leadership. Have fun, cultivate lasting relationships with other advocates and birthworkers, and deepen your practice and development, both personally and professionally.


Start off with comprehensive business tools and leverage for marketing and attracting clients. With simplified, step-by-step support for a sustainable practice, learn how to register as a Traditional Health Worker Doula with the Oregon Health Authority, get reimbursed serving clients using Medicaid and advertise your services!


Receive guidance and mentorship in creating sustainable employment and income in the doula and birthworker profession while giving and sharing peer-to-peer support, collaboration ideas, and backup doula connections.

Community-Supported Birthworker Hub

Birthworker Hub Partners

Lane Workforce Partnership

Lane Workforce Partnership is the designated local Workforce Investment Board for Lane County, Oregon, funds and delivers programs that empower job seekers to meet the current and future workforce needs of employers in Lane County.  Programs and services are delivered through a network of local partners including employers, labor groups, government, community colleges, high schools, community-based organizations, and economic development. Lane Workforce Partnership is one of nine workforce boards statewide. We are so excited to be collaborating with them in this amazing project!

Interested in supporting this project as a community partner?

Join Us!

Ready to take the next step?

We accept applications on a rolling basis – get in touch with us today!

If you’re interested in learning more about how you can receive comprehensive doula training, employment support, and equity-centered mentorship for a sustainable career, complete the interest form below! 

Not local? We’d still love to chat and see which of our national online trainings might support your path!

Apply today to be considered for the next cohort!

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