We offer a range of services to help you achieve the results you’re after. Not sure what you need, or what it costs? We work with people from all walks of life so don’t be afraid to contact us for more information. We can explain what services are right for you and tell you more about our fees.

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Home Funeral Planning And Resources.

Whether you have questions about how to plan for a home funeral, or need support with execution of the plan throughout the process, Doula Damn Thing is here to help.

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Alternative Burial/Funeral Resources.

We provide a long and in depth list of resources on all body disposition services available to us in the state of Washington, and resources for other states. Green burial, direct cremation, alkaline hydrolysis, and burials at sea just to name a few. All fascinating options with their own pros and cons. Don’t be shy, questions are always welcome

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Veterans Funerary Benefits Resources.

Doula Damn Thing is a proud supporter of the Wounded Warrior Project, and is part of a community of military veterans and veterans affairs experts to help answer any and all questions you might have.

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No One Dies Alone Program.

Doula Damn Thing is proud to present the newest No One Dies Alone program on the Kitsap peninsula! Working with people from all walks of life, because everyone deserves a good death.

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Washington State Funeral Law Resources.

Here at Doula Damn Thing, we are proudly part of a community of lawyers, funeral homes, and fellow death doulas dedicated to answering any questions you may have.

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Bedside Vigil.

The moments before death are sacred, and can be really intimidating. Whether it be sitting vigil with you, or helping set up and guide you, it would be an honor to help in any way I can.

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Celebration Of Life Memorial services.

Want to honor a past loved one in a more personal and intimate setting? A celebration of life ceremony can really help bring closure and peace to a family after a sudden loss, or any death in general.

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End of Life Planning Session.

A two hour End-Of-Life planning session. During which we will talk about what your idea of a Good Death is, and how we can accomplish it together. We will discuss options for funerals, body disposition, and will gladly answer any questions you might have about end of life legal proceedings in Washington State.


Lupe Tejada Diaz
Doula Damn Thing

(360) 286-7608