Medicaid Doula Services
Divine Lotus Doula Services is participating in the Medicaid Doula pilot Program. If you are enrolled in Medicaid and live in Erie County you are eligible for covered Doula Services.
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Accepting Medicaid Insurance from BCBS, Fidelis & Independent Health
Medicaid Doula Services: How A Doula Supports Your Pregnancy
Searching for a Medicaid accepted doula? At Divine Lotus Doula Services, I'm proud to be a part of the Erie County Medicaid doula services pilot program. If you're a Medicaid recipient and you live in Erie County, you're likely eligible for fully covered services. If so, I’ll be able to join you as your doula for up to 4 prenatal visits, labor & birth support, and up to 4 postpartum visits. I'll work with you during your pregnancy, support you during childbirth, and support you through the postpartum period. I will be with you every step of the way to help you create the pregnancy, childbirth, and postpartum experiences that you want. A doula not only supports you physically, mentally, and emotionally but also advocates for you and helps you to get information so you can make informed choices.
When you're preparing for childbirth, you want to give your baby the best possible start. Working with a Medicaid approved doula can help you navigate through all the options and choices you face when preparing your birth plan. At Divine Lotus Doula Services, we believe that all birthing people should have access to doula services, allowing them to take full control of the birthing process. If you have Medicaid, birth doula services and postpartum doula services will cover the support you need before, during, and after childbirth.
Divine Lotus Doula Services is here to help. I'd love to chat with you about how I can support all of your pregnancy, childbirth, and postpartum needs. Reach out to me today to schedule a consultation. For more information about the New York State Medicaid Doula Pilot Program, simply visit the New York State Department of Health's website and search for “doula.”