Birth + Postpartum Doula Care You Can Count On

in a time of life that is full of surprises...

Birth + Postpartum Doula Care You Can Count On

in a time of life that is full of surprises...

From pregnancy and childbirth, to those precious first few months - we know you want the very best for your baby and your family. It is normal to feel overwhelmed or unsure when everything is so new. We can help.

Adding a doula to your support team to walk alongside you through pregnancy, childbirth and the first several months of your baby's life guarantees that you will have unbiased, professional and compassionate support for whatever surprises arise.

How Can We Help You?

Birth Doula Support

I Have A New Baby

Postpartum Doula Support

What We're All About


Hi, we're Cassie and Mandi.

We each became doulas after going through our own experiences with difficult births, postpartum depression and anxiety and struggling to find a complete support network.

It is now our passion to help other families avoid or cope with the complications we experienced while at the same time growing the doula profession and providing an agency home for other compassionate, dedicated doulas.

We learned about the value of birth and postpartum support the hard way. We don't want that for you. We are ready to help YOU have the kind of experience that you deserve.

When you are giving birth and caring for a newborn there are so many things that are out of your control. But you ARE in control of building your support team! We can promise you skilled support no matter what twists and turns this life experience may take.

- Cassie and Mandi

"My experience was amazing with Mandi! I just love Great Lakes Doulas!"

- Nicolette

"During labor and delivery Cassie kept the room calm, had tons of suggestions and coached my husband to be a rock star support person."

- Dana

"Mandi was amazing during postpartum, she picked up on what I needed even though I didn't know I needed it."

- Linda

"Cassie's bedside manner was supportive, calm, empowering and lasted the entire 22 hours of labor."

- Shannon