Welcome to Wiiji-Nitaawiginaawasojig Indigenous Birth Services
Culturally Appropriate Care that is personalized for each Indigenous individual
Wiiji-Nitaawiginaawasojig Indigenous Birth Services has been founded by Indigenous Midwife, Hope Mayotte, in collaboration with numerous Indigenous Birth Workers. It is the newest services supported by and provided at The Ashland Birth Center. We offer a full spectrum of Indigenous Services and teachings from preconception through the first years of life. We provide safe respected space that is needed for Indigenous individuals, families, and community to receive the care that is needed to heal and create new traditions.
Why Indigenous Midwifery Care
“Indigenous Midwifery incorporates ancestral teachings to bring hope, sense of belonging, & pride in our identity as Indigenous people”
Indigenous Midwives have a deep understanding of the needs of the families and community we serve.
Indigenous birth services help reclaim sovereignty through ancestral teachings, practices and ceremonies.
Indigenous Midwives offer culturally informed holistic care that reduce barriers, disparities & trauma that indigenous people face due to colonization and discrimination.
Indigenous Midwives offer unique holistic care that emphasizes on the importance of relationships, balance and ceremony
Meet The Team
Indigenous Birth Services Midwives & Ashland Birth Center Midwives
During the COVID-19 pandemic services will be available virtually and in person with added safety guidelines. Each individual needs is different and requires personalized unique care. It is my job to provide you with that care, let me support you through this pandemic to reduce trauma. So please reach out via phone or email to discuss your options.
Miigwech, Midwife Hope
Indigenous Birth Services are free for all Indigenous people when receiving care through the Ashland Birth Center. In order to keep all services free we will rely on donations and fundraising. Every order of Indigenous Birth Services products helps change lives and promote healing and overall well-being. So share the cause and order if you can. If you know someone who could use services outside of birth at Ashland Birth Center, as an Indigenous mother, I love a good barter. So let’s work for the same cause and kick some colonization ass and heal the people to keep the next generation healthy.
Miigwech, Midwife Hope
Let’s be virtual
Mon & Weds 9am - 6pm
Hours will vary