West Sub will do VBACs if you've already had a successful VBAC, but they can't do primary VBACs. I had to transfer from this practice to another at 30 weeks because it became clear they wouldn't have the situation worked out by the time I delivered.
I had a great VBAC 11 weeks ago at UIC (birth story in my sig). The midwives and the family practice docs both do VBACs and they're also the only place around that will do VBA2Cs. I was with the family practice folks and I felt very well supported there. Nobody questioned my decision to VBAC or really even blinked an eye about the whole thing. The only thing they did differently was that they were hesitant to induce (which is a good thing) and wanted to monitor me (which I had made my peace with). They followed my birth plan to the letter - delayed cord clamping etc - I even got to catch my own baby!! I never had a single person "offer" me an epidural (I had put in my plan not to offer me anything - that I'd ask if I wanted it - which I didn't
). So I give them a big thumbs up.
Sarah Simmons (CNM) also does VBACs - I'm pretty sure she'll attend HBACs but you may want to check with her.