United States of America

  1. Alabama
    1. Baoba Birth Collective
      •  Doula Services,Childbirth Edu. Infant/Child CPR Class, Carseat Installation
    2. Birth Well Partners
      • We train community Doulas who provide caring, one-on-one support to low-resource pregnant women and teens in central Alabama
  2. Alaska
  3. Arizona
  4. Arkansas
  5. California
    1. Through the Looking Glass
      •  A nationally recognized center that has pioneered research, training, and services for families in which a child, parent or grandparent has a disability or medical issue. TLG is a disability community based nonprofit organization, which emerged from the independent living movement, and was founded in 1982 in Berkeley, California.
    2. Healing Circle Collective 
      • The Healing Clinic Collective is comprised of 5 Core Collective members. They are healers and social justice organizers. A
        The HCC is an autonomous project housed within the Movement Generation Justice & Ecology Project (MG). MG is also our political home
    3. QTPOC Birthwerq Project
      • Offers doula/birth assistant workshops for trans and queer people of color
  6. Colorado
    1. Elephant Circle 
      • Elephant Circle brings the strength of advocacy, scientific inquiry, information, and education to issues of birth and reproductive justice, protecting mothers, their children, families, and health providers.
  7. Connecticut
  8. Delaware
  9. Florida
    1. Milton Memorial Birthing Center
      • Birth Center that services low risk women from Walton, Okaloosa, Escambia, Santa Rosa, Holmes, Washington and Bay Counties (in Alabama)
    2. Common Sense Childbirth
      • Birth Center by Midwife Jennie Joseph
  10. Georgia
    1. Sister Song
      • Southern based, national membership organization; our purpose is to build an effective network of individuals and organizations to improve institutional policies and systems that impact the reproductive lives of marginalized communities.
  11. Hawaii
  12. Idaho
  13. Illinois
  14. Indiana
  15. Iowa
  16. Kansas
  17. Kentucky
  18. Louisiana
    • Birthmark Doulas 
      • Diverse group of trained and experienced doulas who feel compelled to serve New Orleans families as they transition into parenthood. 
  19. Maine
  20. Maryland
  21. Massachusetts
    • The Prison Birth Project
      • Supports, encourages, and trains currently and formerly incarcerated mothers and trans* parents to become community leaders within a reproductive justice framework. 
  22. Michigan
  23. Minnesota
  24. Mississippi
  25. Missouri
  26. Montana
  27. Nebraska
  28. Nevada
  29. New Hampshire
  30. New Jersey
  31. New Mexico
    • Breath of My Heart Birthplace
      • Breath of My Heart Birthplace is a non-profit midwifery practice and developing birth center. ESPAÑOLA’S COMMUNITY MIDWIFERY PRACTICE
    • Changing Woman Initiative
      • Native American-Centered Women's Health Collective 
    • Tewa Women United
      • A multicultural and multiracial organization founded and led by Native women.
    • Young Women United
      •  Works with young women of color to advance an intersectional vision of reproductive justice around five campaign issue areas: de-stigmatizing mental health alongside LGBTQ youth of color, leading criminal justice reform with a gender lens perspective while de-criminalizing substance use and pregnancy, 
  32. New York
    1. Ancient Song Doula Services
      • Offers quality Doula Services to Women of Color and Low Income Families who otherwise would not be able to afford Doula Care
      • Offers full spectrum labor and postpartum Doula training and certifications
    2. Black Women's Blueprint
    3. Sadie Nash Leadership Project
      • Leadership and Activism program for young women of color
    4. The Audre Lorde Project
      • A Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Two Spirit, Trans and Gender Non-Conforming People of Color community organizing center, focusing on the New York City area
    5. The Doula Project
      • New York City-based organization that provides free compassionate care and emotional, physical, and informational support to people across the spectrum of pregnancy. Birth, miscarriage, stillbirth, fetal anomaly, or abortion.
    6. Healthy Start Brooklyn
      • provides education and support on pregnancy, childbirth, parenting, breastfeeding and healthy living. Healthy Start Brooklyn also operates the By My Side Birth Support Program, pairing doulas (trained childbirth assistants) with pregnant women.
    7. SOUL Sisters Leadership
      • A groundbreaking leadership development nonprofit that mobilizes our most vulnerable young women of color in NYC and Miami to interrupt cycles of poverty and violence
    8. African Services Committee
      • Non-profit organization dedicated to improving the health and self-sufficiency of the African community in New York City and beyond.
    9. Brooklyn Perinatal Network
      • Community task force to address high infant mortality.Purpose is to prevent and reduce infant/maternal illness and death, which for several years have been excessively high in our communities
    10. Brooklyn Young Mothers Collective
      • Supports disadvantaged young mothers in developing into healthy, educated, self-sufficient women who are actively engaged in community life.
    11. Caribbean Women's Health Association
      • An advocacy group and service provider in the community. CWHA strongly relies on community involvement in planning, implementation and evaluation of programs that meets the health and social support needs of the community
    12. The Bronx Defenders
      • Provides innovative, holistic, and client-centered criminal defense, family defense, civil legal services, social work support and advocacy to indigent people of the Bronx.
    13. Young Women of Color HIV/AIDS Coalition
      • A coalition for and made up of young women of color, created to foster development of the organizational and advocacy skills necessary to help change the climate and policies in which decisions about them are being made.
    14. Women's Prison Association
      •  Works with women at all stages of criminal justice involvement.  Promotes alternatives to incarceration and help women living in the community to avoid arrest or incarceration by making positive changes in their lives.
    15. Staten Island LGBT Community Center
      • A safe and welcoming space, offers comprehensive resources, provides LGBTQ empowering programs and events, and celebrates our diversity.
    16. Teen MOM NYC
      • Aims to provide accurate, reliable, inspiring information and advice to teen mothers
    17. Korean Community Services
      • The the first community-based social service agency targeting the Korean population.first community-based social service agency targeting the Korean population.
    18. Dominican Women's Development Center
      • Aid in the growth and development of our self esteem by affirming our identity and solidarity through multicultural and holistic social services as well as with the provision of educational, economic and cultural development programming.
    19. Choices in Childbirth
      • Dedicated to providing expectant parents with a full range of information and education so they can experience the birth they want and choose. We educate, advocate and shape policy to help families make informed decisions about where, how, and with whom to birth and to increase access to childbirth services that support healthy birth outcomes.
    20. Center for Reproductive Rights
      • Uses the law to advance reproductive freedom as a fundamental human right that all governments are legally obligated to protect, respect, and fulfill.
    21. The Door – A Center of Alternatives.
      • The Door’s mission is to empower young people to reach their potential by providing comprehensive youth development services in a diverse and caring environment.
    22.  Arab-American Association of New York
      • Support and empower the Arab Immigrant and Arab American community by providing services to help them adjust to their new home and become active members of society. Our aim is for families to achieve the ultimate goals of independence, productivity and stability.
    23. Black Alliance for Just Immigration
      • Educates and engages African American and black immigrant communities to organize and advocate for racial, social and economic justice
    24. CAAAV Organizing Asian Communities
      • Works to build grassroots community power across diverse poor and working class Asian immigrant and refugee communities in New York City.
    25. CONNECT, Inc
      • Dedicated to preventing interpersonal violence and promoting gender justice. By building partnerships with individuals and communities, CONNECT strives to help change the beliefs, behaviors and institutions that perpetuate violence. Through legal empowerment, grassroots mobilization and transformative education
    26. Girls for Gender Equity, Inc. (GGE)

      • Intergenerational grassroots organization committed to the physical, psychological, social, and economic development of girls and women.
    27. National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum
      • A movement to advance social justice and human rights for AAPI women and girls in the United States
    28. The Alex House Project
      • For low income families and young mothers to successfully transition into parenthood, with access to parenting, training, higher education and employment
    29. SRLP (Sylvia Rivera Law Project)

      Works to guarantee that all people are free to self-determine gender identity and expression, regardless of income or race, and without facing harassment, discrimination or violence.
    30. YWCA Eliminating Racism and Empowering Women
      • Dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all
    31. National Advocates for Pregnant Women 
      • A non-profit organization that works to secure the human and civil rights, health and welfare of all people, focusing particularly on pregnant and parenting women, and those who are most likely to be targeted for state control and punishment - low income women, women of color, and drug-using women.
  33. North Carolina
  34. North Dakota
  35. Ohio
  36. Oklahoma
  37. Oregon
  38. Pennsylvania
  39. Rhode Island
  40. South Carolina
  41. South Dakota
  42. Tennessee
  43. Texas
    • Vibrant Woman/Mama Sana Clinic
      • Community organization that works to facilitate access to culturally appropriate and quality, prenatal and postnatal care for women of color in Austin/Travis County
  44. Utah
  45. Vermont
  46. Virginia
  47. Washington
    • Mamatoto Village
      • Mamatoto Village is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization, devoted to creating career pathways for Women of Color; and empowering women with the necessary tools to make the most informed decisions and choices in their maternity care, their parenting, and their lives. 
  48. West Virginia
  49. Wisconsin
  50. Wyoming

 

  • Africa

  • Uganda
    • Mother Health International 
      • Mother Health International (MHI) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to respond and provide relief to pregnant women and children in areas of disaster, war and extreme economic poverty. We are committed to reducing perinatal mortality rates by creating culturally competent and sustainable birth centers using the midwifery model of care.
    • Village Birth International
      •  Foster humane birth practices and increase access to maternal and infant health through collaborative and equitable international partnerships and trainings.
  • Caribbean

  • United Kingdom

  • Canada

  • Native Youth Sexual Health Network  
    • The Native Youth Sexual Health Network (NYSHN) is an organization by and for Indigenous youth that works across issues of sexual and reproductive health, rights and justice throughout the United States and Canada.