End-of-Life Doula Membership Benefits
Colorado End-of-Life Doulas are professionally trained, independent providers brought together under the umbrella of this collaborative for the purpose of establishing a visible presence for those who seek End-of-Life services.
Member listing on the Collaborative website that describes the member’s services offered as well as contact information to hire the doula directly.
Marketing items for the Collaborative (business cards, brochures, flyers, etc.) provided for member distribution and use at marketing events, which will also promote your business, so this is a great investment for you!
Notification of upcoming events and opportunities to network and market the Collaborative (and thus, its members)
Regular membership meetings (not less than three times a year) with transparency as to the structure or future plan for the Collaborative that may affect membership
Leadership team available to the members of the Collaborative
Code of Ethics
Doula Model of Care
Q: How can I become a part of the Colorado End-of-Life Collaborative?
A: The Collaborative requires members to either complete training through a known organization or have worked in the field. There is a small yearly fee that covers Collaborative expenses. Members are required to attend meetings and market both themselves and the Collaborative. A complete description of member requirements is available upon request.
Q: Can anyone who agrees to the Collaborative’s terms become a member?
A: No. Members are heavily vetted in order to assure a good fit with the philosophy of the organization and to maintain a balance within the Collaborative of individual expertise.
Q: Does the Collaborative offer classes and training?
A: Not at this time.
Q: How does one become trained as an end-of-life doula?
A: There are several reputable organizations that provide end-of-life doula training. Some of the ones recognized by the Collaborative are: The International End-of-Life Doula Alliance (INELDA), the Conscious Dying Institute (CDI), Doulagivers, Going With Grace, The University of Vermont, Quality of Life Care, and Lifespan Doulas.
Q: Can I get a Collaborative member to come speak to my group?
A: Yes! We are dedicated to growing awareness of what End-of-Life doulas offer and look forward to opportunities to speak to classes, clubs, support groups, etc.
Q: How can I get a hold of a Collaborative director?
A: Use the form below and a Collaborative director will get back to you or call (720) 989-1929.
Doula Membership Application & Agreement
Application Submission Instructions
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- Download the Membership Application & Agreement by clicking the DOWNLOAD buttons below.
- Open the PDF file from the downloads folder on your computer.
- You may type directly into the form using your PDF reader program or save it to your computer and print if you choose to submit your application by mail. CEOLC prefers to receive applications by email.
- Please attach the application, agreement, and applicable documentation to an email message, addressed to email@example.com
- Please pay the $10 application fee by clicking the PayPal button below.
- Attach receipt of payment to the email or print a copy to include by mail.
- Mailing instructions are inside the application document.
Pay $10 Application Fee
[Non-refundable unless application is approved, and then it will be applied to your first year of membership dues.]