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Indigenous Doula Training in Collaboration with Hummingbird Doulas​

This training is a collaborative offering between the Center for Indigenous Midwifery and Hummingbird Indigenous Doulas.

Hummingbird Indigenous Doula Services is a culturally-responsive, full-spectrum doula program serving families in King County.

​We invite applications for this doula training from self-identified Native American/Alaska Native/Hawaiian/Pacific Islander community members.   

This training will be held in King County, WA (address and other details will be provided upon acceptance and is open to Washington state residents only.  There is no cost to participants to attend.  Unfortunately, no travel scholarships are available.

  • Date/Time
    November 3, 2022 This training will be held:
    Thursday: November 3rd 4-8 pm (Dinner provided)
    Friday: November 4th 9:30-5 (Snacks + full lunch)
    Saturday; November 5th 9:30-5 (Snacks + full lunch)
    Sunday: November 6th 9:30-3 (Snacks + full lunch)
    Attendance at all sessions is required to receive a training certificate.
  • Cost
    Free
  • Host Organization
    Center for Indigenous Midwifery
  • Contact
    https://www.indigenous-midwifery.org/
    (564) 202-5606
    director@indigenous-midwifery.org

Center for Indigenous Midwifery

1910 4th Avenue East
Olympia, WA, 98506
(564) 202-5606

Center for Indigenous Midwifery was founded by Rhonda Lee Grantham, an Indigenous Midwife and Herbalist from the Cowlitz Nation.

Cowlitz people are a Salish-Sahaptian tribe of SW Washington that translates to “Seeker of the Medicine Spirit.”

For over two decades, Rhonda has been actively catching babies and supporting programs within tribal communities, both at home and globally.

Rhonda also founded the Canoe Journey Herbalists Project, and when leading both, is guided by her lens as a cultural anthropologist and Native woman; in addition to her passions for global health, family wellness, and culturally-centered care.