A collective of death work practitioners to assist with advanced care planning, facilitate ritual workshops and Grief Circles, create connection between doulas and their community, and more.
Death Doula Services
Services are tailored to the individual and/or family, with a focus on meeting you where you are.
A sliding scale pricing structure most effectively reflects our commitment to accessible services.
More information about our collective, grief resources, and how a death doula can be of service is available on our blog.
Grief sucks, but you don’t have to do it alone.
Now offering virtual therapy services.
Death work is vital to a healthy society. You’re in! What’s next?
Our work is informed by our values. We state share them here for accountability, intention, and for your information.
We acknowledge that the land on which we live are the ancestral lands of the Lenni Lenape people, whose presence and resilience in Pennsylvania continues to this day. We honor the original caretakers of this land and recognize the history of land theft, violence, erasure, and oppression that has brought our organization and ourselves here. Learn more about the Lenape Nation here.
PDDC also acknowledges the labor and example of other activists who have modeled and educated us about the importance of land acknowledgments, including Activism Beyond the Classroom, Girls Rock Philly, Philadelphia Orchard Project, Sankofa Community Farm, and the Native Governance Center.