I am in process of starting the Alaska Birth Network. It's our mission to find all the options available for women in the state. I'd be interested to hear what you find.
I know it has been AGES since this conversation took place, but I'm living in Juneau and I want to see about doing a doula training in some of the surrounding areas, such as Sitka. I'm also trying to think of ways I can offer childbirth classes to expecting families in those more remote areas. HOW did your search go??? Did you ever find anyone??? Who would I talk to about doing this?
It is so funny to see this post again, after so many years! I moved a year and a half ago, but last I heard, Crystal Oostemo, who I knew as a yoga teacher, is now a doula as well. This has her contact information: http://www.balancedpractice.com/Balanced_Practice/Services/Services.html.
Also, you could call the SEARHC and ask about the programs they currently have in villages.
I delivered at SEARHC with my family physician and a wonderful nurse - they were both very supportive of natural childbirth.
Thank you! I will see about contacting those. I knew there had to be something available there...or at least an interest in it. I will contact the doula there and see if there is anything helpful I can do.