The AMAR Community-Based Doula Program

What is a community doula?

A community doula is a person from your community trained to offer emotional, physical and informational support to a pregnant woman and her family during pregnancy, childbirth and the postpartum period.

How will a community doula support you?

• Provide continuous emotional and physical support during labor and the birth of your baby
• Provide information about childbirth and breastfeeding
• Connect families to bilingual community resources
• At least four prenatal visits during pregnancy
• At least four visits during the postpartum period
• Support and respect your decisions
• Services offered in Spanish

If you are pregnant and want to have a community doula, call: Silvia Corado at 609.649.2433 or email:

AMAR is a program of The Children’s Home Society of NJ with the support of the Burke Foundation, replicating the Community Doula Program of HealthConnect One.

Would you like to have an AMAR Doula? Here is our Referral Form