Virginia is for Doulas in the Press

Virginia is for Doulas strives to be a the go to community resource for families in Winchester, the Shenandoah Valley and Loudoun County Virginia and surrounding areas! We have been so honored to be interviewed several times and be featured in different places throughout the years.


Virginia is for Doulas holds their third annual Birth and Babies Expo

“The expo is hosted by Virginia is for Doulas. Part of their mission is to help support families in their transition from pregnancy to postpartum. This event brought together several local family planning resources. This year they also had workshops which ranged from healthy sleep habits with your newborns to chiropractic care and pregnancy. “ For the full story and video by Bria Lloyd of WHAG, read on!


Doulas bring the village to parents

“FISHERSVILLE – "As you navigate parenting, it's joys and challenges, who do you turn to for support, resources and professional experience?"  Tiffany Shank, owner and founder of Virginia Is For Doulas, says having something as close to a village as you can find is what the expo is doing for families.” Read on for the full story by Monique Calello, Staunton News Leader published Aug. 15, 2018


Birth expo attracts hundreds to winchester

WINCHESTER – Saturday’s Virginia Birth Expo at Body Renew Fitness & Family Sports Center drew several hundred mothers, care providers and others who attended workshops, lectures by a breastfeeding expert, and visited vendors presenting everything from natural baked goods to face painting. Read more for the full story by Nathan Budryk published April 23, 2016


Doula Agency to host birth expo in Winchester

”WINCHESTER — Virginia Is For Doulas, an agency that matches expecting mothers with doulas, is now available in the Northern Shenandoah Valley. They will hold a birth expo as a way to launch the program. Tiffany Shank, a doula in the area, has expanded her doula business to include this new service.” Read on for the full story by By Nathan Budryk on March 31, 2016