Planning Resources

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The Pearl Collective is a doula collective with trusted and educated doulas.  They provide education and preparation  with Advance Directives, Death Plans, and Home Wakes

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    End of Life Washington upholds your right to the full range of end of life choices, including Death with Dignity, through advocacy, education, and support.  

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Banister Associates offers a unique service experience and collaborate with best-in-class professionals to ensure complex client circumstances are addressed discreetly, efficiently, and appropriately

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  Advocacy and peer support for transgenders working within the Death Service Profession and all trans people at the end of their life  

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Shout Your Abortion is a movement working to normalize abortion through art, media, and community events all over the country.


Aftercare Resources

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The Pearl Collective is a doula collective with trusted and educated doulas.  They provide education and preparation for end of life events. Our doulas support folx through miscarriage, abortion, dying, and death. 

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White Eagle Memorial Preserve Cemetery is a natural green burial ground founded in 2008. The stewards and creators of 

White Eagle Memorial Preserve Cemetery find great meaning in making natural burials available to people who, like us, believe in nourishing the Earth in our lives AND in our passing. We believe that to have one’s death actually inspire a healthier, more ecologically rich landscape, is a 

great act of love and generosity!

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 People’s Memorial Association (PMA), works to be the trusted resource and thought-leader for funeral choice, education and advocacy in Washington State. We envision a future where everyone has access to after-death arrangements that reflect their personal values and resources.   

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Resting Waters gives our community an alternative to the standard pet cremation service is the foundation of our business. 

We chose Aquamation as our form of disposition because of its gentleness on your pet and our earth. Individual Aquamations and our disk tracking system allow us to ensure the integrity of the remains we return to you, and gives us the cleanest material to return to the earth for those who do not wish to receive remains.  

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 The National Home Funeral Alliance is 

a 501(c)3 non-profit, all-volunteer organization that is the leading body of home after-death care support & education in the US. Created in 2010, our members come from all 50 states, five provinces, and seven countries. 

We simply want to support the movement from institutionalized care back to family care of our own dead. 

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"We’re here to serve your family according to your values, because at a time of loss, that’s what’s important. Fortunately for us, we’re from here, so we get it."

Elemental Cremation & Burial Honors the truth that every family is different and that the lives we celebrate are intimately unique and beautiful, yet there is one common thread among all the people of the Pacific Northwest – a desire to do something different, to get a fair shake, to be practical, and to be true to our roots. 

Professional Education

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A Sacred Passing has created an end of life care education for Doulas and Midwives. ASP offers Doula training Levels 1-3, Abortion Doula training, and a NODA Program Facilitation course. Our courses are designed to help educate people on how to better support their friends and loved ones during the end of-life process and to help support professionals who wish to broaden their existing health-care practices to include end-of-life care as a professional ally.  

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 The Going withe Grace curriculum provides a deep dive into how we die in the 21st Century and techniques on how to best support people while they do it.  You will gain a keen eye for the needs of the people you serve as they navigate dying, while expanding your innate capacity for care.  In this unique 12 module online program, you will learn the major pillars of death care—emotional, practical, legal and spiritual.    

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 The National End of Life Doula Association  seeks to inspire positive, creative change in American death practices by creating high standards, ethical and practical guidelines, and rich networking opportunities for all EOLDs, resulting in meaningful experiences for the dying, their caregivers, and the agencies involved.