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As of 9/10/18, the SD CPM Regulatory Board is accepting applications from CPMs and CPM students for licensure to practice in South Dakota!
The Pierre, SD March for Moms is sponsored by Apple Tree Midwifery. https://www.facebook.com/AppleTreeMidwifery/
HEALTHY BIRTH LUNCHEON Tuesday, January 16, 2018 Sign up to help us in Pierre! Go to: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e084eabaf2ea3f49-legislative1 Please help us feed the legislators! This is a great opportunity for our supporters to connect with their legislators. If you are unable … Continue reading
Also, please dig through your old photo albums and email any photos you may have from past SD Birth Matters events to firstname.lastname@example.org, or private message them to the SD Birth Matters Facebook page.
It has been an incredibly exciting session. Our bill has officially been signed into law, so now what? First up: we will get an official photo with the Governor reenacting the signing of our bill. Anyone can be in this … Continue reading
Families across South Dakota are rejoicing that the South Dakota House of Representatives passed SB136, to license and regulate Certified Professional Midwives, with a vote of 52-16. This happened on March 1 the 25th birthday of the baby whose birth … Continue reading
On February 13th, the Senate Health and Human Services committee approved SB136, the act to license and regulate Certified Professional Midwives, on a vote of 4-1 after a two-hour hearing. The photo shows some of our supporters who came … Continue reading
Families raise $20,0000!!! We did it! We all came together and reached the monumental goal of raising $20,000 to fund a midwife board to license Certified Professional Midwives in South Dakota. A huge thank you to everyone who made this … Continue reading
Happy New Year to you and your family! While we still have a lot of work ahead of us, there has never been a more favorable climate for passage of a bill to license Certified Professional Midwives in the twenty … Continue reading