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Just Another Family From The Hood

We are a 501c3 Charitable Health Organization, designed to build sustainable systems of care by modeling a birth and healing justice framework for social change. We acknowledge that childbearing families of Historically Unvisible Black + Indigenous (HUBI) need access to culturally curated reproductive health options, housing security, and economic independence.

About Us

Our Philosophy

We believe in creating a world where every child born is wanted and loved. Our mission is to invest in community-based perinatal health education that promotes healthy preconception, pregnancy, breastfeeding, postpartum, parenting, early childhood education, and mental health. In order to create a Sustainable Familyhood, we have to begin by creating options for the next generation. We do that, by offering TEKnology based educational programs and providing the necessary resources to historically excluded populations. As a small grassroots organization, we believe in smart allocation of funds and therefore we employ minimal staff.

Innovative Systems of Care

How You Can Help

Send A Donation

Giving online has never been more secure, convenient, or hassle-free with our one-click donation. We also do accept standard in-kind gifts, cash, and check donations at our Midwest City Holistic Family Planning Center – Beehive Birth Consulting.

Become a Sustainability Partner

You can get involved today by becoming a sustainability partner. By joining the society you are expanding a group of change-makers strong enough to impact positive change in the lives of first-time childbearing families seeking access to homebirth.

Give A Scholarship

Your gift will help equip our community-based providers with necessary resources, training, and education while offering the promise of a more sustainable future. You can make a difference today by giving the gift of education.

Sustainable Values

Testimonials

What People Say

The generosity of this organization makes it possible for me to continue having education opportunities in this necessary area.

Joelisha Fairbanks

You are doing a wonderful job building a system of care for childbearing families that need compassionate people during their most critical time in life. I will definitely volunteer in any way that I can.

Sara King

Cultural Capital

News

Recent Causes

  • You NEED A Business Plan
    Hey Birth Business Owner/Founder I have a question… Do you have a formalized business plan that guides your practice with a high-level strategy? I get it! Most of the time we don’t see birth work as a business, yet as a service. A service is still a business, and needs a business plan. This isContinue reading “You NEED A Business Plan”
  • InTune Mother School of Perinatal Health
    A Community-Based Approach to Holistic Birth Work Welcome! Thank you for your interest in supporting childbearing families in your community? My name is RaShaunda Lugrand and I am the Founder of The InTune Mother Society. We are a 501c3 Charitable Health Organization that provides innovative outreach and capacity-building programming to serve the Black and IndigenousContinue reading “InTune Mother School of Perinatal Health”
  • This Birth Work Ain’t Free
    Equitable community-based birth work is economic, historic, cultural, and social capital. It’s time to look within our own streams of TEKnology to create work that enables Black women to thrive. It’s time to build our PATHWAYS to improve the quality of care for our unborn children. This begins with healing justice and economic growth. ItContinue reading “This Birth Work Ain’t Free”

Healing Justice

Our Innovative Mission of Sustainable Familyhood

To help each mother sustain her own family by providing her with the education, skills, and employment opportunities she needs. Thus, giving society’s teens, women, and families the support and space to preserve their own reproductive well-being, care for their children, and build equity for future generations by addressing the urgent need to uplift culturally relevant holistic family planning programs through birth work, healing justice, and workforce innovation.

What is Healing Justice?
Healing Justice is a non-exhaustive framework that uses processes to combat the exposure of trauma and abuse to the heart, body, and mind caused by oppressive attitudes and behaviors of unequal distribution of power.