Users' questions

How much do doulas make in BC?

How much do doulas make in BC?

Most postpartum doulas work on an hourly basis – average rates in BC are $25-$35 hr, with some doulas offering special rates for overnight care but speak with your doula and post-partum doulas about what arrangements can meet your needs.

What do doulas get paid?

On average doulas can make $15,000 to $30,000 a year. They can work part-time or as much as they like.

How much does doula cost?

You can expect to pay between $800 and $2,500 for your doula, give or take, with doulas costing more in big cities like New York. Some doulas charge by the hour, while others have a flat fee. If you’re worried about how to afford a doula, there’s some good news.

How much do postpartum doulas make in Canada?

Salary range: The average being about $700. Your annual salary will depend on how many births you take on a year.

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Is there A Doula Services Association in BC?

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