Healthy Navajo K'é

World Doula Day (Part 3)

September 19, 2022 Season 3 Episode 6
Healthy Navajo K'é
World Doula Day (Part 3)
Show Notes

Yá’áh’tééh! In this week’s episode, we invited two special guests, Kimberly and Daili who share their experiences with having a Doula present throughout their pregnancy. Their stories included how they found a Doula in their area, who they reached out to, and why they sought Doula services. We want to thank both Kimberly and Daili for sharing their unique journeys about how Doulas helped them be heard and stay in control throughout their pregnancy. 

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This podcast was sponsored by the Arizona Department of Health Services through federal funding from the Health Resources & Services Administration, with support from the Navajo Native American Research Centers for Health (NARCH) Partnership between Diné College and Northern Arizona University through federal funding from the National Institute of Health’s National Institute of General Medical Sciences, award number S06GM142121. The views expressed are the sole responsibility of the program staff and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Arizona Department of Health Services or the United States Government.