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East Atlanta Initiative

Our midwife, Jasmine, is a Zone-6 East Atlanta native and is passionate about the growth of the tribe. Our mission is to offer a birthwork at reduced cost within this community to inspire village well-being, economic growth, and spiritual healing. All proceeds are collected and allocated to fund a homebirth, doula, and birthwork assistance.

East Atlanta Initiative

Reduced-Cost birthwork services

Traditional Midwife

A person respected by the community who provides care for women before, during, and after pregnancy or childbirth. In these communities, a traditional midwife is the person who promotes the health of mothers and their offspring. In other words, traditional midwives are not healthcare providers but in the context of a particular traditional health system are those who are specialized in reproductive and often neonatal care.

Birth/Postpartum Doula

A doula provides emotional and physical comfort and education and self-advocacy support before, during, and after childbirth. A doula can also provide information and guidance, and can sometimes be a translator between you and your provider.

Group Childbirth Education Classes

CBE classes are designed to help women access accurate and up to date information about childbirth and make informed decisions about their care. Our policy is the best kind of birth is an informed birth. We are teaching about maternity care practices assist women to making decisions that satisfy their idea birth plan.

Who We Help

The East Atlanta initiative is a program designed to service our founder's hometown and surrounding neighborhoods with high populations of BIPOC families.

Resident of East Atlanta/Zone 6

Boulevard Heights, Cabbagetown, Candler Park, Druid Hills, East Atlanta, East Lake, Edgewood, Emory Village, Glenwood Park, Grant Park, Inman Park, Little Five Points, Old Fourth Ward, Ormewood, Kirkwood, Poncey-Highland, Sweet Auburn, Reynoldstown, Virginia Highland and Woodland Hills, Lithonia, Stone Mountain, Stonecrest, Decatur.


Need financial support

With our organisations mission always in mind, we strive to find new strategies for dealing with maternal challenges in our community. Our reduced-cost services are for families with an average income <$35,000. Cost will be reduced by 20% + flexible payment plan.

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Normal Pregnancy

Must visit a provider to determine your pregnancy a "normal pregnancy", and not high risk. A complication of birth is any problem that is a risk to the health of the mother or the baby that occurs during birth. There are also complications of pregnancy, which are health problems occurring in pregnant women or in the developing fetus before labor begins.

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Join Childbirth Education Class

These classes are recommended by most providers of maternity care during pregnancy. Childbirth education courses focus mainly on providing information about the process of labor, management of pain, emotional issues during labor, postpartum period, and the early weeks of parent hood

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Bridge the Gap

Education and training for groups adolescent and young women in grade school or sheltering facility.

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Sex Education 4 Teens

Sex education is teaching and learning about a broad variety of topics related to sex and sexuality, exploring values and beliefs about those topics and gaining the skills that are needed to navigate relationships and manage one's own sexual health.

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Teen Doula

This is your Project is designed to teach young women how to service women through doula service. A doula is typically a person providing physical, emotional, informational, and self-advocacy support to the mother of a newborn baby.

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Childbirth Education 4 Teens

Childbirth education courses focus mainly on providing information about the process of labor, management of pain, emotional issues during labor, postpartum period, and the early weeks of motherhood. Teaching young women the traditions of birthwork as early as age 14.

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