Who We Serve

Nurture Birth Cooperative is on a mission to provide families with support through their pregnancy and birth journeys. We are here to serve birthing families and help them achieve control over their own birth stories. Whether you need financial aid to have a birth outside of the traditional hospital setting, need help adjusting to life after birth, or have to face the loss of a baby, we are here to serve and support your family with doulas, funding, and fee assistance. Learn more about our core areas of service.

Convenient Healthcare Services

Out-of-Hospital Births

We provide funding assistance for families who desire out-of-hospital birth. This includes fee assistance for birth taking place in a birth center or home birth setting.

In-Home Postpartum Support

We provide assistance for in-home doula postpartum care for families who need additional support after birth, such as single-parent families, twin, and cesarean births.

Bereavement Support

We provide funding and organizational support for families grieving the loss of an angel baby who need help with lost wages and expenses following a stillborn or death.

Birth Services

Out-of-Hospital Births

A growing number of families prefer an out-of-hospital birth experience where they have more control over their birth preferences and better outcomes for low-risk mothers and babies. Unfortunately, insurance and economic barriers often stand in the way of making this dream a reality. We support families with funding and fee assistance for birth centers or in-home birth settings.

In Home Births

A landmark study on home births confirmed the safety and overwhelmingly positive outcomes for mothers and babies in midwife-assisted planned home births. 

Birth Centers

The number of families choosing free-standing birth centers increased 83% over the previous decade. Birth centers have excellent outcomes for babies and mothers.

In-Home Postpartum Support

Many families need some additional postpartum support after birth. Families with a single-parent, deployed military spouse, twins and mutiples, cesarean section deliveries, parents with illnesses, and other family situations often need extra support in the days and weeks following birth. We help families with funding and doula assistance for these and other in-home postpartum situations, either in home or with licensed postpartum professionals.

Postpartum Professionals

The weeks following birth are a critical time for the well-being of mothers and babies. Postpartum support can help with Mother-baby bonding, feeding and lactation support, emotional well-being, and more.

Some Families Need Extra Support

Women with a high risk of postpartum depression, cesarean, or medical issues, single parents, and parents of twins can benefit from extra support.

Bereavement Support

Pregnancy and birth are not always a time of joy for families. For some, it is a time of bereavement and loss. For these families, paid maternal leave may not be available and funeral and burial services may be out of reach. Nurture Birth Cooperative helps support grieving families with lost wages, funeral expenses, and by organizing and arranging services to honor these angel babies. 

Lost Wages

While some working parents may qualify for paid time off or paid sick leave after a miscarriage or stillbirth, many need extra support for lost wages after the loss of a baby.

Funeral Expenses

The cost of a funeral, burial, or cremation for an infant can be overwhelming for many families. And the task of organizing these services can feel equally heartbreaking.