Fall Auction 2017

Accepting donations through October 30!

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KHBC T-Shirts

Support Kentucky Home Birth Coalition with this limited edition t-shirt. Limited sizes toddler through adult are still available.

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Learn About 2017 Legislation

Read and keep up with our 2017 legislation.

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Visit Our Etsy Shop

A fun way to support KHBC is through our Etsy shop. Browse the original crochet patterns and craft items.  Are you a crafter? Contact us to donate items to our shop!

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Postcards to Legislators

Had a Kentucky home birth? Fill out our form and we will mail a postcard to your Kentucky State Senator and Representative. It’s easy and a great way to ask our elected officials for their support.

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News and Posts

Check out our latest news and blog posts.

Legislation

Learn about our 2017 legislation.

Get Involved

Find out how you can help in the effort to license CPMs in Kentucky.

Home Birth Stories

Read real-life home birth stories from Kentucky residents.

Home Birth Stories

Obtaining a Birth Certificate & Social Security Card for Home Birth Babies

Obtaining a birth certificate and social security number for your born at home baby is usually a simple process. In Kentucky, this is done in each county through the Vital Statistics Registrar at the county health department. In general, the process involves filling out a “mother’s worksheet” and a “facility worksheet,” as well as providing certain pieces of “evidence” (more on that below). These forms are not available online, although your midwife will often have this form for you. If…

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The Latest Scoop

Hi there, If we haven’t met, I’m Mary Kathryn DeLodder. I live in Louisville, and I’m a stay at home mom to 3 kids (ages 6, 3, and 1). Over the last few years, I’ve increased my involvement in KHBC, and now I’m kind of the leader of this grand endeavor! I don’t have any magical powers or special skills. I had never done anything more “political” than vote before I got involved with KHBC. I’ve taken my infant to…

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Why I (Initially) Said NO! To Home Birth: A Dad’s Journey

The answer all of us, at some point, have given without further discussion: NO! Why is that? My best assessment is because it’s easy. It’s the path of least resistance. Instead of stepping outside of our comfort zone, we resign ourselves to the fact that it’s just easier to avoid or disregard the issue at hand. Now, this answer is perhaps the single most negative syllable in our language and it is certainly the most complex to dissect, because there…

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