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Other Payment Options

If you do not have Medicaid, general health insurance or can't be reimbursed under an insurance benefit for doula care - $cash is always an option.

Cash payments can be done in full or under a payment plan.

Cash clients have more options available to them. Were as insurance clients have limited services due to following MCO's guidelines.

Cash clients MUST pay a non-refundable booking fee which is $150.00. This fee is deducted from the package price regardless of if a potential client is paying in full or installments. There are no additional fees for potential clients who choose to pay in installments, however, payments are due on a schedule.

Just as doula coverage can be affected if the insurance is denied or lapse. Service for cash clients will be interrupted if payments are not sent on schedule.

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