If you want to work with us, we want to work with you! We have many options available to meet all budgets and needs. 

How much does it cost?

Your midwife fee, for both home birth and birth center will depend on the form of payment and on your insurance coverage. The exact cost and payment schedule will be thoroughly explained after we have received your Verification of Benefits request form and we have had the opportunity to meet with you in person.

Forms of acceptable payment

For home and center births, we accept cash, check, credit card, health savings account, and insurance (when available) for payment. 


If paying by cash, your fee will be divided into monthly payments with the final payment being due by the 36th week of pregnancy. 


We can work with most insurance companies on an Out-of-Network basis for pregnancy, birth, postpartum and well-woman care. Payment plans are available for the deductible and out of pocket costs related to pregnancy and birth. These fees are usually due by the 35th week of pregnancy. 


We accept cash payments and the total fees of your selected birth package will be arranged in a payment plan. The balance is typically due by the 35th week of pregnancy. Payment plans are not available for well-woman care but we do have sliding scale fees available. 

Free Birth Care

In partnership with The Phoenix Birth Foundation, we offer FREE* birth care to indigenous women who have tribal affiliation. 


Discounts may be available to those who meet certain financial and health qualifications.

* Insurance may be billed if coverage is available
* Geographic restrictions may apply
* Schedule may be limited
* Additional discounts may be available, just ask!

To learn more, schedule some time to sit down and talk to us.