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Homebirth has been legal in Colorado since 1993.

Midwifery is legal by registration in Colorado. Applicants are required to prove educational requirements and take the NARM exam.

Colorado law permits Registered Direct Entry Midwives to attend homebirths and to provide prenatal care to those women who meet risk assessment criteria. Midwives are also allowed to attend VBAC births.

Colorado Midwives Association

Newsletter published quarterly, email for subscriptions and membership information.

Karen Robinson, President
PO Box 1067
Boulder, CO  80306

Colorado Liaison

Contact: Jan Lapetino
1060 S Pennsylvania
Denver, CO 80209
Phone: 303-698-0215

Colorado Alliance of Independent Midwives

P.O. Box 40576
Denver, CO 80204-9998

Friends of Colorado Birth Centers



Certified Nurse-Midwives of Colorado: Chapter of ACNM


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Link to ACNM for Information on Certified Nurse Midwives