Doula hubs are forming across the state to accommodate those who wish to work with Medicaid clients and be reimbursed. Typically, one or two designated people handle administrative tasks, such as billing and contracting with a coordinated care organization. Individual doulas are not obligated to join a hub in order to bill Medicaid, but it can remove some barriers.
|Hub name||Geographic area|
|Community Doula Alliance||Portland metro area|
|Community Doula Program||Benton, Linn and Lincoln counties|
|Daisy CHAIN||Lane County|
|North Star Doulas||Clatsop, Pacific, Columbia and Tillamook counties|
|Oregon Black Doula Association||Starting in Multnomah County with hopes to go statewide|
|PNW Doulas||Salem, Silverton, McMinnville, Newberg, Albany, Corvallis, Eugene and surrounding areas|
|Rogue Valley Doulas||Southern Oregon (including Jackson and Josephine counties)|
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