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Need a Mom NYC

NeedaMomNYC rates vary with each project. See the menu below or contact me for an estimate.
$30/hr – New Client Rate (for each of two sessions)

$40/hr – Regular Client Rate

$10 – Travel Charge (Bushwick to another borough in NYC)

$140 – Four Session Package

$20 –  Letter Exchange or Text Session (30 mins)

Comments or questions are welcome.

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