BIRTH SERVICES

Dedicated to providing midwifery care with an open mind and an open heart

We are constantly striving to find greater ways to serve women with high-quality, compassionate care, community service, and a passion for learning.

Contact Trillium
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(734) 834-5392
300 N. Huron
Ypsilanti, MI 48197

What is Trillium Birth Services ?

Trillium Birth Services is a comprehensive midwifery practice that provides homebirth services, fertility services for women trying to conceive, labor support services for women planning hospital births, and classes for aspiring and practicing midwives. The practice was founded by Sierra Hillebrand and Kerry Lizon and is now run as a solo practice by Stacia Proefrock. For more information about Trillium and its services, please explore the links above.

What's new at Trillium?

New Staff!

We are happy to welcome Cynthia Jackson to Trillium. Cynthia will be working with us as an apprentice midwife, attending births starting in the fall of 2011. She operates her own Detroit-area doula practice, Sacred Rose Birthing Services.

Trillium Collective

The Trillium Collective is a cooperative effort between local childbirth educators, midwives, doulas, breastfeeding couselors, and other workers to create a community center around birth and parenting for the Ypsilanti area. We plan to offer birth and parenting classes and groups, classes for midwives, support groups for parents, massage therapy, and many other services. We are also helping to host Ypsilanti's only La Leche League group. For more information, click on the link on the header and visit the Trillium Collective Page.

Trillium on Facebook!

Want to stay in touch after your baby is born? Stacia is on facebook and loves to stay connected with Trillium clients and watch the babies grow. Occasionally, we will post articles or calls to action that are of interest to homebirthing families as well. See you there!

Resources and Support

We are lucky to live in an area rich with resources. For information on classes, service providers, and other resources in our community, click here.