Information for Pregnant Woman




What is a Doula? 

How to Make a Birth Plan 

Safe Pregnancy Tips

Infant Massage

Second Hand Smoke

Breastmilk Pumping

First Foods

Dads and Breastfeeding

Articles on every topic you can imagine 

 African American Breastfeeding Alliance

 Teen Mom Resources

  Free or low-cost doulas in other places 

Drug Safety Information 

Childbirth Connection


Other great Links

Local Resources

Services Offered by the Department of Health

When you sign up to recieve our services, you will talk with a doula about your pregnancy, your birth plans, and what you hope a doula can do for you. By knowing what you want from your birth experience, we can help make it happen!

When your birth day arrives, a doula will meet you at the hospital and she will stay with you until after the baby is born.

Please call us at least one month before your due date, if possible, so that we can get to know you before the birth!

(336) 671-1037 

"Woman to Woman" is a free service, but if you are able and would like to give a  donation, it will help to provide other women with doula support. 

Even if you don't have one of our doulas at your birth, please take advantage of the links to educational material on the left, and the information about local organizations and resources.





Please call or email us at least one month before your due date (if possible) so that we can get to know each other and plan for your birth!

Call 336-671-1037