the navada doesnt do it issue- navada has one of the countries highest malpractice costs, and the OBs are insainly high. im not surprised your having trouble finding a dr to do the Vbac, the can have complications.
if i were you, first thing is contact your health insurance provider and see what they cover. if they cover a cert. nurse midwife, your in luck! go meet with a few and have them evaluate you. if they feel comfortable doing a home birth, your in luck again.
how long since your last birth? what was the reason for the c-section in the first place? had the placenta attached to the front of your womb and near the scar? these are things that will be considered. your health and safety and the babies is paramount. if all the Drs and NMW say no, its for your health and the babies so dont be too sad.
if they say yes, be ready for a mess!!! lol!! one of my gf did a home birth and it was great, she had a fast delivery and a 6lbs even little girl. she rented a pool/tub and had it filled with water in the livingroom to labor in. she has a NMW and a doula and her DH and sister. it was cool!
and also see in the insurance covers a birthing tub, you can hook the hose to your sink tap to fill it so the water isnt cold. i'll give my gf a buzz tomarrow and see if she has any suggestions or web sites, she did this about 2 years a go now.
First of all go and visit http://blog.ican-online.org/tag/vbac/ They are dedicated to helping women have the birth they want. Also I suggest watching my friend Cami's video about her C-Section versus her Vbac http://youtu.be/_TZyTH3-R2o She was so traumatized by her first birth, that she became a trained doula. The video is beautiful. We are TTC number two and I plan on having a Vbac come hell or high water. Advocate for yourself, and speak to a doula. Remember ultimately, it's YOUR birth and YOUR choice, no one else's.