Professional Memberships Now Available!

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We are very pleased to announce that we are offering a new membership level for professionals. This membership level will offer all the perks of a professional membership, such as a website listing and a discounted rate to our conference, but is tailored for businesses with multiple practitioners. Are you a maternal health care practice? A doula agency? A chiropractic clinic? A birth professional co-op? This plan was made for you! You can choose a subscription based on the number of practitioners rather than having each member subscribe individually. For a small group (2-5) membership is $100 annually, for a medium group (6-9) membership is $300, and for a large group (10+) membership is $500. At $60 for an individual professional membership, this is quite a savings!

To sign up, please click here – PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP

The full list of membership benefits include: ICAN’s quarterly newsletter, The Clarion, 10% discount in the ICAN store, discount to ICAN’s biannual conference, free/discounted webinars, special recognition in The Clarion, website listing for the length of membership, a professional ICAN member badge for your website, a 15% discount to Lamaze’s online class, VBAC: Informed and Ready, and you may submit posts from your business blog for submission to the ICAN blog editor for a nationwide audience. You can also proudly tell every woman who walks through your door or visits your website that your group supports ICAN’s mission and respects her birthing choices.

ICAN is proud to have provided mother-to-mother support to women across the United States and the world since 1982. Through our grassroots, volunteer efforts, we have served millions of women in their childbearing years over the past 34 years. We depend solely on membership subscriptions and fundraisers to bring awareness to our mission and run our organization. We offer membership for individuals as well as professionals who want to help us improve maternal child health by preventing unnecessary cesareans through education, provide support for cesarean recovery and promote Vaginal Birth After Cesarean (VBAC).

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