If you live in, near, or around Greeley, Colorado and are interested in gestational surrogacy, we invite you to meet the team at ConceiveAbilities. Our staff includes both former surrogate mothers and intended parents, so we personally know what it means to put trust into a surrogacy program. ConceiveAbilities has spent almost twenty years helping to build families, so why not go ahead and join our amazing Surrogate Sisterhood?
Because surrogate motherhood requires a great deal of commitment and effort on behalf of surrogates ConceiveAbilities ensures that all surrogate mothers from Greeley receive proper financial reimbursement. Your reimbursed pay will include costs associated with legal representation, maternity clothing, medical co-pays, travel (if applicable), lost wages (if applicable), and medication. We encourage you to learn more about surrogate mother pay.
It takes a very special individual to dedicate their time and energy to becoming a surrogate mother. The team at ConceiveAbilities is grateful for your interest in the incredible process. We ask that those considering surrogacy look over our list of surrogate mother requirements before filling out an application.
There are currently no laws that relate to surrogacy specifically in Colorado. As a result, surrogacy is generally permitted and practiced throughout the state. It is important to note that Colorado allows intended parents to obtain a pre birth order (PBO), giving them legal parentage of a child born to a gestational carrier. A pre birth order establishes many important rights immediately after the child is born, and provides peace of mind to the new parents.
Whether you are an intended parent or a surrogate applicant, the process for getting started is easy, secure & confidential. Go ahead and take the first step with ConceiveAbilities.
Finding a path to parenthood by working with a gestational carrier continues to grow in its appeal. In 2019, an estimated 7,000 births took place by surrogate in the United States, as the market is steadily growing at 15% per year based on data from the Centers for Disease Control. And, in 2017, we know that 4.2% of all In Vitro Fertilization transfers occurred with a gestational carrier, which grew from just over 1% ten years prior.
The decision to become a surrogate means entering into a unique partnership with the intended parents. Think about it: you’re taking on an incredibly powerful responsibility, and it’s often for someone you’ve never met. One of the most important decisions you’ll make during your surrogacy journey is the people you’ll enter into this partnership with. What should you consider when being matched with intended parents? From working with a surrogacy agency to communication and beyond, we’ll explore how to make the very most of your match.