Equipping families in Tulsa to have healthy births with dignity and reduce maternal health disparities.
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Find Community Support
Connect with our free community programs for eligible participants in Tulsa.
Navigating a chronic condition like hypertension or diabetes that could lead to a high risk pregnancy? Our educational program provides leading-edge guidance on self-advocacy, nutrition, wellness activities, and more to promote healthier outcomes for parents and babies.
Local Doula Services for Expecting Families
Our experienced, compassionate community-based doulas provide peer support to expecting parents, ensuring you are seen, heard, and supported from early pregnancy to the months immediately following birth. Important Announcement: We will not be contacting any new requests for a doula until Jan 2nd due to the holidays.
Offer Community Support
Take part in our strategic local initiatives to reduce maternal health disparities and create real, measurable, improved birth outcomes for all in Tulsa
Community-Based Doula Training Program
Help parents enjoy a healthy birth experience! We equip qualified participants with the knowledge and skills needed to provide caring doula services to underserved populations, as well as expectant parents within their local communities.
Hospital Quality Improvement Program
Are you a healthcare professional, social services provider, or other member of our local medical community? Work with us to champion strategies that improve the quality of pregnancy-related care for all in Tulsa’s hospital systems and provider networks.
Why We Do What We Do
Stress, healthcare challenges, systemic issues, and lack of communal support contribute greatly to these pregnancy outcomes, regardless of the woman’s socioeconomic, educational, or health status.
About 3 in 5 of these tragic deaths are preventable—especially when consistent community support, education, and attentive medical care are equitably offered to all women.
We’re Giving a Voice to the Need — and Finding Solutions
Black, Native, teen, and justice-involved people are much more likely to experience systemic barriers to quality health care before, during, and after pregnancy. They are also more likely to face economic hurdles and have chronic health conditions that affect their conception, pregnancies, and births.
At TBEI, we are changing this trend for the better. We’re creating a variety of local, community-focused programs and strategies to create equitable, healthy, joyous outcomes for all parents and babies in Tulsa.