Atlanta Birth Center

Atlanta Birth Center Atlanta Birth Center is a beautiful free standing birth center and midwifery practice located in Midtown, Atlanta. One hundred U.S. cities have a birth center, yet Atlanta has none, and the entire state of Georgia only has one, in Savannah.

The midwives of Intown Midwifery, Margaret Strickhouser and Anjli Aurora Hinman, have formed a partnership to create Atlanta Birth Center. Atlanta Birth Center will offer primary care, well woman gynecology, as well as care during pregnancy, birth, and the postpartum period. We will serve our patients utilizing the very best, evidence-based models of wellness care. Our program of care will be des

The midwives of Intown Midwifery, Margaret Strickhouser and Anjli Aurora Hinman, have formed a partnership to create Atlanta Birth Center. Atlanta Birth Center will offer primary care, well woman gynecology, as well as care during pregnancy, birth, and the postpartum period. We will serve our patients utilizing the very best, evidence-based models of wellness care. Our program of care will be des

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Repost from @perinatal_equity via  @court_the_gr8• • •“Happy BlackBreastfeedingWeek! Statistics show that my beautiful b...
08/28/2021

Repost from @perinatal_equity via @court_the_gr8
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“Happy BlackBreastfeedingWeek!
Statistics show that my beautiful black queens tend to be less educated in the area of breastfeeding and lactation than any other race.
HELP IS NEEDED!

Black babies tend to have the highest infant mortality rate.
HELP IS NEEDED!

Black women have had less access to the care they need.
HELP IS NEEDED!

I’m so glad that Black Breastfeeding Week is now a trend. This has been the best decision of my life with both of my beautiful babies. In our community, this is overlooked.

Breastfeeding has provided my babies with the “Liquid Gold” that they need to remain healthy. My babies have remained healthy and are growing beautifully.

If I could give some advice to my Black sisters who aspire to breastfeed but have reservations because they feel they aren’t educated enough…

1. JUST DO IT. Try your best. The first few weeks may be painful but I promise you it gets easier. You’ll create the most beautiful bond between you and your baby. The sacrifice is worth the reward!

2. Take a stand. Every mother is entitled to meet with a Lactation Specialist after child birth before leaving the hospital. Even if you do not have questions, request to meet with someone! Do not pass it up.

3. Build a supply. You get a free hospital grade breast pump through your insurance. Many people don’t know, but you do. If you do not have insurance, reach out to clinics or mothers whom previously had babies that are no longer nursing. They may donate one.

4. Believe in yourself! You’ve got this mama! Join Breastfeeding groups.”
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#breastfeeding #motherhood #breastmilk #breastfeedingmom #pregnancy #momlife #newborn #normalizebreastfeeding #postpartum #pregnant #breastpump #breastfeedingmama #lactation #babyshop #milkbooster #breastfeedingjourney #pejuangasi #breastfeedingsupport #nursing #newmom #mom #breastfedbaby #parenting #love #asip #bhfyp #BBW21 #BlackBreastfeedingWeek

Repost from @perinatal_equity via @court_the_gr8
• • •
“Happy BlackBreastfeedingWeek!
Statistics show that my beautiful black queens tend to be less educated in the area of breastfeeding and lactation than any other race.
HELP IS NEEDED!

Black babies tend to have the highest infant mortality rate.
HELP IS NEEDED!

Black women have had less access to the care they need.
HELP IS NEEDED!

I’m so glad that Black Breastfeeding Week is now a trend. This has been the best decision of my life with both of my beautiful babies. In our community, this is overlooked.

Breastfeeding has provided my babies with the “Liquid Gold” that they need to remain healthy. My babies have remained healthy and are growing beautifully.

If I could give some advice to my Black sisters who aspire to breastfeed but have reservations because they feel they aren’t educated enough…

1. JUST DO IT. Try your best. The first few weeks may be painful but I promise you it gets easier. You’ll create the most beautiful bond between you and your baby. The sacrifice is worth the reward!

2. Take a stand. Every mother is entitled to meet with a Lactation Specialist after child birth before leaving the hospital. Even if you do not have questions, request to meet with someone! Do not pass it up.

3. Build a supply. You get a free hospital grade breast pump through your insurance. Many people don’t know, but you do. If you do not have insurance, reach out to clinics or mothers whom previously had babies that are no longer nursing. They may donate one.

4. Believe in yourself! You’ve got this mama! Join Breastfeeding groups.”
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#breastfeeding #motherhood #breastmilk #breastfeedingmom #pregnancy #momlife #newborn #normalizebreastfeeding #postpartum #pregnant #breastpump #breastfeedingmama #lactation #babyshop #milkbooster #breastfeedingjourney #pejuangasi #breastfeedingsupport #nursing #newmom #mom #breastfedbaby #parenting #love #asip #bhfyp #BBW21 #BlackBreastfeedingWeek

Happy Rainbow Baby Day 🌈Rainbow babies are something special. And there is no one way to both celebrate their arrival in...
08/22/2021

Happy Rainbow Baby Day 🌈

Rainbow babies are something special.

And there is no one way to both celebrate their arrival into this world and to remember their angel siblings.

Every year on August 22, National Rainbow Baby Day is dedicated to these celebrations and memories.
@undefiningmotherhood
#rainbowbaby #rainbowbabies

Happy Rainbow Baby Day 🌈

Rainbow babies are something special.

And there is no one way to both celebrate their arrival into this world and to remember their angel siblings.

Every year on August 22, National Rainbow Baby Day is dedicated to these celebrations and memories.
@undefiningmotherhood
#rainbowbaby #rainbowbabies

Last Sunday, five years ago, was the first birth inside the physical walls of Atlanta Birth Center and since then we hav...
07/30/2021

Last Sunday, five years ago, was the first birth inside the physical walls of Atlanta Birth Center and since then we have welcomed almost 1,600 more beautiful babies earthside!

Fun ABC herstory fact, our first birth as Atlanta Birth Center was actually a beautiful and lovely home birth on July 10th!

Thank you from the depths of our hearts for giving us the opportunity to serve you metro Atlanta! We are so incredibly blessed and honored to share this space with you. Please share in our joy by posting and tag us (@atlantabirthcenter) so we can repost and relive all the magical experiences we’ve had over the years. #atlantabirthcenter

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#atlantabirthcenter #childbirth #birth #midwife #midwifery #doula #midwifelife #motherhood #mom #newbaby #newborn #pregnant #pregnancy #atlantamoms #birthphotography #postpartum #birthisbeautiful #babiesofinstagram #babies #newbornphotographer #newborn #newmom #parenthood #motherhood #fatherhood
@atlantabirthcenter

Last Sunday, five years ago, was the first birth inside the physical walls of Atlanta Birth Center and since then we have welcomed almost 1,600 more beautiful babies earthside!

Fun ABC herstory fact, our first birth as Atlanta Birth Center was actually a beautiful and lovely home birth on July 10th!

Thank you from the depths of our hearts for giving us the opportunity to serve you metro Atlanta! We are so incredibly blessed and honored to share this space with you. Please share in our joy by posting and tag us (@atlantabirthcenter) so we can repost and relive all the magical experiences we’ve had over the years. #atlantabirthcenter

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#atlantabirthcenter #childbirth #birth #midwife #midwifery #doula #midwifelife #motherhood #mom #newbaby #newborn #pregnant #pregnancy #atlantamoms #birthphotography #postpartum #birthisbeautiful #babiesofinstagram #babies #newbornphotographer #newborn #newmom #parenthood #motherhood #fatherhood
@atlantabirthcenter

A beautiful invitation for village.•#repost There are times when I crave connection with people; where I want to talk ab...
07/18/2021

A beautiful invitation for village.

#repost
There are times when I crave connection with people; where I want to talk about my problems. Most of the time that I’m going through something, though, I don’t really want to talk about it. In a world where it’s been (rightly!) reiterated that “it’s OK to talk about it,” I have to remind myself often that it is also OK to NOT talk about it. So many of us are holding on to shame, secrets, resentment, or feelings that we don’t know how to articulate. Sometimes it feels good for someone to ask you how you’re doing, and other times it can feel like a burden. Maybe you don’t want to share how you’re doing! And that can be fine. You don’t always have to. // Awkward transition to personal anecdote: No matter how many wonderful doulas and pregnant people I’ve known and talked to about pregnancy and birth, nothing could have prepared me for the amount of help that I would need as a pregnant person. My profoundest “symptoms” have been emotional. I feel things that I have never felt before, and I am not always ready to talk about. (For me, therapy is a good starting place when it comes to processing complex feelings. That feels safest, and helps me decide who else I want to talk to about my feelings / baggage / thoughts. This resource isn’t available to everyone, nor does it work for all people. It’s important to figure out what works best for you; to establish a starting place that feels safe.) I still want my people around. I still want to be held. Actually, I want people to ask me about what I’m eating, if I’m exercising, how I’m sleeping, and other very personal (but not super emotional) things. But that’s not what EVERYONE wants, and people certainly shouldn’t default to asking their sad-seeming friends about their bowel movements (or whatever). That means it’s on me to ask my friends: “Can you ask me about what I ate?” I have to create the opening for that, because my friends are great at boundaries. In terms of helping, they have to practice stepping back, and I have to practice stepping up.

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Join us every 2nd and 4th Wednesday for our free Motherwise Support Group for Black pregnant and postpartum people. This...
07/14/2021

Join us every 2nd and 4th Wednesday for our free Motherwise Support Group for Black pregnant and postpartum people. This group offering is led by a Black therapist who specializes in maternal mental health.

Open and welcomed to the public.

Event details::

2nd & 4th Wednesdays @ 1PM EST

Mocha Motherwise link:
Meeting ID: 944 0410 3719
Passcode: MMMGATL

Join us every 2nd and 4th Wednesday for our free Motherwise Support Group for Black pregnant and postpartum people. This group offering is led by a Black therapist who specializes in maternal mental health.

Open and welcomed to the public.

Event details::

2nd & 4th Wednesdays @ 1PM EST

Mocha Motherwise link:
Meeting ID: 944 0410 3719
Passcode: MMMGATL

Stay safe! 🇺🇸
07/04/2021

Stay safe! 🇺🇸

Stay safe! 🇺🇸

We’re proud to celebrate our LGBTQ+ staff and clients that make an impact in our communities. Inclusion makes us stronge...
06/28/2021

We’re proud to celebrate our LGBTQ+ staff and clients that make an impact in our communities. Inclusion makes us stronger! Happy PRIDE ya'll!

#pridemonth #pride #twodads #twomoms #atlanta #atlantabirthcenter

We’re proud to celebrate our LGBTQ+ staff and clients that make an impact in our communities. Inclusion makes us stronger! Happy PRIDE ya'll!

#pridemonth #pride #twodads #twomoms #atlanta #atlantabirthcenter

06/26/2021

Join us tomorrow Saturday June 26 at 11A at Sweetwater State Park at the trail entrance.

CLIMB OUT OF DARKNESS • The Climb Out of the Darkness is the world’s largest event raising funds and awareness for the mental health of new families operated by Postpartum Support International. The Climb is a community walk and international fundraiser for survivors, providers, and members of the community to come together.

Raising awareness for perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, The Climb brings our community together to shine a light on a darkness we often don’t speak about. Perinatal mood and anxiety disorders are the most common complication of pregnancy and childbirth.

We share stories of hope and celebrate recovery as we gather together to raise money, raise awareness and give a voice to those who no longer have one and walk together to symbolize our ‘Climb’ Out of the Darkness.

@postpartumsupportinternational provides direct peer support to families, train professionals, and provide a bridge to connect them.
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Join us every 2nd and 4th Wednesday for our free Motherwise Support Group for Black pregnant and postpartum people. This...
06/23/2021

Join us every 2nd and 4th Wednesday for our free Motherwise Support Group for Black pregnant and postpartum people. This group offering is led by a Black therapist who specializes in maternal mental health.

Open and welcomed to the public.

Event details::

2nd & 4th Wednesdays @ 1PM EST

Mocha Motherwise link:
Meeting ID: 944 0410 3719
Passcode: MMMGATL

Join us every 2nd and 4th Wednesday for our free Motherwise Support Group for Black pregnant and postpartum people. This group offering is led by a Black therapist who specializes in maternal mental health.

Open and welcomed to the public.

Event details::

2nd & 4th Wednesdays @ 1PM EST

Mocha Motherwise link:
Meeting ID: 944 0410 3719
Passcode: MMMGATL

Tomorrow is Juneteenth!For those who may not be familiar with our newest federal holiday, we would love to  share some i...
06/18/2021

Tomorrow is Juneteenth!
For those who may not be familiar with our newest federal holiday, we would love to share some information with you as we celebrate this powerful symbolic date.
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What is Juneteenth?
It’s a symbolic date representing African American freedom from slavery. The end of slavery is often recognized as when the Emancipation Proclamation was signed by Abraham Lincoln in 1863; however, Juneteenth recognizes when the last slaves were actually told about the president’s order.

Why is Juneteenth so important?
Dating back to 1865, Juneteenth commemorates the day when 250,000 slaves in the state of Texas, which became the last bastion for slavery during the final days of the Civil War, were declared free by the U.S. Army.
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“Today on Juneteenth, the day we celebrate the end of slavery, the day we memorialize those who offered us hope for the future and the day when we renew our commitment to the struggle for freedom.”
— Angela Davis

Atlanta Birth Center
@atlantabirthcenter
#juneteenth

Tomorrow is Juneteenth!
For those who may not be familiar with our newest federal holiday, we would love to share some information with you as we celebrate this powerful symbolic date.
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What is Juneteenth?
It’s a symbolic date representing African American freedom from slavery. The end of slavery is often recognized as when the Emancipation Proclamation was signed by Abraham Lincoln in 1863; however, Juneteenth recognizes when the last slaves were actually told about the president’s order.

Why is Juneteenth so important?
Dating back to 1865, Juneteenth commemorates the day when 250,000 slaves in the state of Texas, which became the last bastion for slavery during the final days of the Civil War, were declared free by the U.S. Army.
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“Today on Juneteenth, the day we celebrate the end of slavery, the day we memorialize those who offered us hope for the future and the day when we renew our commitment to the struggle for freedom.”
— Angela Davis

Atlanta Birth Center
@atlantabirthcenter
#juneteenth

TODAY!! Join us every 2nd and 4th Wednesday for our free Motherwise Support Group for Black pregnant and postpartum peop...
06/09/2021

TODAY!! Join us every 2nd and 4th Wednesday for our free Motherwise Support Group for Black pregnant and postpartum people. This group offering is led by a Black therapist who specializes in maternal mental health.

Open and welcomed to the public.

Event details::

2nd & 4th Wednesdays @ 1PM EST

Mocha Motherwise link:
Meeting ID: 944 0410 3719
Passcode: MMMGATL

TODAY!! Join us every 2nd and 4th Wednesday for our free Motherwise Support Group for Black pregnant and postpartum people. This group offering is led by a Black therapist who specializes in maternal mental health.

Open and welcomed to the public.

Event details::

2nd & 4th Wednesdays @ 1PM EST

Mocha Motherwise link:
Meeting ID: 944 0410 3719
Passcode: MMMGATL

Pregnancy, labor, birth and postpartum can be life changing events. Things like research, childbirth education and prepa...
06/03/2021

Pregnancy, labor, birth and postpartum can be life changing events. Things like research, childbirth education and preparation, taking necessary precautions, and trusting your OB and/or midwife are all important. AND... Your intuition is important too! Pay attention to that inner voice and trust that your gut feelings are coming from a primal and vital place, rather than from fear and panic. 🥰

Pregnancy, labor, birth and postpartum can be life changing events. Things like research, childbirth education and preparation, taking necessary precautions, and trusting your OB and/or midwife are all important. AND... Your intuition is important too! Pay attention to that inner voice and trust that your gut feelings are coming from a primal and vital place, rather than from fear and panic. 🥰

***EXCITING NEWS!!*** Atlanta Birth Center is hiring in multiple positions!  We are delighted to announce that we are ac...
05/17/2021

***EXCITING NEWS!!*** Atlanta Birth Center is hiring in multiple positions! We are delighted to announce that we are accepting applications for potential Client Care Coordinators, Midwife Assistants, Registered Nurses and even CNMs and CNM fellows. We are looking for dynamic individuals passionate about birth work and the opportunity to bring their skills and experience to our team. Please use the link below to see the official postings on our website! https://www.atlantabirthcenter.org/join-our-team

📸: @stephanie.c.photography

***EXCITING NEWS!!*** Atlanta Birth Center is hiring in multiple positions! We are delighted to announce that we are accepting applications for potential Client Care Coordinators, Midwife Assistants, Registered Nurses and even CNMs and CNM fellows. We are looking for dynamic individuals passionate about birth work and the opportunity to bring their skills and experience to our team. Please use the link below to see the official postings on our website! https://www.atlantabirthcenter.org/join-our-team

📸: @stephanie.c.photography

Happy Mother’s Day 🌺 @atlantabirthcenter...#atlantabirthcenter #childbirth #birth #midwife #midwifery #doula #midwifelif...
05/09/2021

Happy Mother’s Day 🌺

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#atlantabirthcenter #childbirth #birth #midwife #midwifery #doula #midwifelife #motherhood #mom #newbaby #newborn #pregnant #pregnancy #atlantamoms #birthphotography #postpartum #birthisbeautiful #babiesofinstagram #babies #newbornphotographer #newborn #newmom #parenthood #motherhood #fatherhood

Happy Mother’s Day 🌺

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