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BIPOC, Bilingual and LGBTQ+ Doula Support

While we offer culturally competent care, we know we are not the best doula match for everyone. 

Check out these links to some our local black, brown, LGBTQ+, and bilingual doula friends. 

Umoja Nia Collective

Umoja Nia Collective is a RI based Perinatal Doula collective of unique, diverse Community Based Full Spectrum Doulas who provide a range of perinatal service to families in the State.

Amber Matteson is a member of the queer community, and serves those navigating birth and being LGBTQ+.

Felicia Love Doula 

Mother of two, birth and postpartum doula, Certified Lactation Counselor, RN.


Luddy is bilingual (Spanish) doula and has taught pre-natal yoga, along with creating the first baby-wearing yoga class in Rhode Island. She studied with Mama Shafia Monroe, and became a full circle doula.


Christina is a Spanish speaking doula who works at Woman and Infants Hospital

Hawthorn Grief Care

Ada Johnson is a Full Spectrum Doula who specializes in working with families experiencing loss or who are pregnant after a loss, LGBTQ parents, and those who are looking for trauma-informed care.

Crowned Mamas

Tiara Thornton graduated from the University of Rhode Island with a Bachelors of Science in kinesiology and was trained by the National Black Doulas Association

Milena Boiko

Milena is Brazilian, Native Portuguese speaker, young mother, and a birth doula.

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