portland Pregnancy Resources
Physical and emotional support in the postpartum period to assist with breastfeeding, baby wearing, sibling support, sleep, and more.
Low-cost support on a sliding scale to families within the first three months after birth, providing information on infant feeding and breastfeeding, emotional and physical recovery after birth, and more.
In-home lactation support for feeding challenges as well as drop in lactation services at the Doula Love classroom for nursing assistance.
Offers families with tools to help solve problems with breastfeeding. She supports the normal biological processes of the baby/parent dyad with minimal intervention.
High-quality and empathetic lactation consulting in the comfort of your home.
Guidance and lactation support to fit the ideal for your family and your particular needs.
Review of topics and the evidence regarding breastfeeding and the postpartum period.
Stephanie provides the information and tools necessary to achieve your breastfeeding goals in an inclusive and body-positive way.
Offering in-home, on-call physical therapy services pre and postpartum to address pelvic floor dysfunction, musculoskeletal pain, and return to exercise.
maternity, birth & newborn photography
Maternity, newborn, and family photographer in Portland, Oregon. Lauren did the photos for HAH Midwifery and we love her aesthetic!
Maternity, birth, baby, and family photographer in Portland, Oregon and she has a beautiful touch!
Kimberly is an award-winning photographer who captured some of our best-loved images from births we’ve attended. Her work speaks for itself!
Offers home visits and group acupuncture for labor preparation and induction, as well as postpartum care for both mom and baby.
Acupuncture at home for new parents and Chinese Medicine (including herbal prescriptions, acupuncture and bodywork) at a beautiful clinic in NE Portland for all phases of life.
Affordable group acupuncture with locations in Hillsdale, Cully, and Rockwood.
Support for planned out-of-hospital births that end up being Cesarean births
Non-profit organization to improve maternal-child health by reducing preventable cesareans through education, supporting cesarean recovery, and advocating for vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC).
chiropractic & craniosacral therapy
birth and postpartum doulas
Hannah Freeman offers deep nurturing touch and holds a strong yet gentle space for healing to occur. She offers birth doula and postpartum doula services, peristeam hydrotherapy, and prenatal/postnatal yoga.
Counselors and Mental Health
Anya comes highly recommended for families undergoing a change and for birthing people who want support during their pregnancy and postpartum.
The surprising birth choices of doctors and nurses.
In-depth review of literature on subjects related to decision-making for pregnancy, birth, and postpartum. It is a great resource for those who want to know more about the data before making decisions about their health and the health of their baby.
Biomechanist Katy Bowman offers insightful and groundbreaking information on movement, body mechanics, and healing from the challenges of modern life. She has helpful DVDs on diastasis recti, postpartum recovery, and- our favorite thing- SQUATS!
Why the conventional pregnancy wisdom is wrong.
Excellent information for anyone who wants to support a laboring and birthing person.
Ina May is one of the leaders of the modern midwifery movement and her book shares what unmedicated, physiologic birth can be.
Well-known film that explores the maternity care system in the United States.
A delightful podcast for those never-ending days during the years that "fly by".