*Written by: Tara Livesay, CPM and Director – Heartline Maternity Center On this International Women’s Day, I celebrate the women of Haiti and the brave way they press on in spite of loss, systematic inequalities, and cultural challenges. Tod... read more

Written by: Tara Livesay, Director and CPM – Heartline Maternity Center We recently interviewed a 37 year old woman at the Heartline Maternity Center. She was pregnant and hoping to receive care through our prenatal program. When a woman comes to us... read more

Written by: Beth “KJ” Johnson, Certified Professional Midwife – Heartline Maternity Center There’s something in the birth world we call, “the pause.” It’s the moment immediately after a baby’s birth when a mother needs to c... read more

Written by: Tara Livesay, Director – Heartline Maternity Center, Certified Professional Midwife It is said that hopelessness is the enemy of justice. It is also often said, mainly by women we work with at the Maternity Center, “Haiti has no ju... read more

by Tara Livesay – Certified Professional Midwife, Director – Heartline Maternity Center Let’s look back on 2018 at the Heartline Maternity Center. The tendency in doing any work is to look at the outcomes from a purely statistical approach. ... read more

Courage. Love. Sacrifice. From the daily selfless acts of motherhood to stories of women facing incredible challenges, we don’t have to look far to witness these universal characteristics of a mother’s heart. Time and time again, mothers around the wo... read more

Written by: Tara Livesay, CPM and Director – Heartline Maternity Center  In every culture, the loss of a pregnancy or newborn child or the inability to have a desired pregnancy can be indescribably painful. If you’ve followed stories in Haiti... read more