Being local to Milwaukee has opened women's eyes that becoming a surrogate is something they could do to help another family. And, ConceiveAbilities does a great job making the surrogate feel she has a guide through this process.
ConceiveAbilities is a leading surrogacy center in Milwaukee, matching intended parents with Wisconsin surrogates like you throughout the Midwest and across the United States. As one of the oldest agencies in America, we’ve been at the forefront of a changing landscape alongside Milwaukee’s finest doctors and professionals. Our egg donation and Milwaukee surrogacy agency has been providing third party reproductive services to hopeful parents-to-be in Wisconsin and around the world for twenty-four years and counting.
As Wisconsin’s largest city, Milwaukee is a global city rich in history and culture. Milwaukee lies along the shores of Lake Michigan and is an economic hub in the Midwest and the Great Lakes region. Home to Fortune 500 and powerhouse companies like Northwestern Mutual, Johnson Controls and Harley Davidson, Milwaukee attracts a diverse population. While you have other surrogacy agency options in the Milwaukee area, we are here to serve you best because of our broad experience with Wisconsin surrogacy and deep relationships with the best local fertility clinics, doctors and surrogacy support staff across all of Wisconsin.
There is no shortage of things to do in Milwaukee! Named The Coolest City in The Midwest by Vogue in 2018, Brew City boasts many great activities and venues to enjoy during your surrogacy journey. Its perfect Great Lakes location provides many water sports like sailing, fishing and winsurfinging during the summer months. From Summerfest, one of the world’s largest music festivals, to scenic drives, hiking the urban outdoors, catching a Milwaukee Bucks game or a Brewers game at Miller Park and visiting the Milwaukee Art Museum, you and your family can enjoy all Miltown has to offer.
Many people, including celebrities like Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, and Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, have used surrogacy to build their own families. We are grateful to match Wisconsin surrogates and local couples struggling with infertility, gay dads and single parents-to-be to ensure the best surrogacy partnership for everyone. As a LGBTQ friendly surrogacy agency, we are also honored to serve Milwaukee’s LGBTQ community. We are proud to offer modern family building options to all Wisconsinites. Equally, we strive to make your modern family-building surrogacy experience an amazing and successful one.
We work with ease through our own online platform to ensure becoming a surrogate is safe and convenient, whether you live right in Milwaukee, its suburbs, Whitefish Bay, Fox Point, Elm Grove, Merton and cities throughout the Dairy State like Madison, Racine, Apppleton, Green Bay, Kenosha, and all of Wisconsin.
As your local surrogate agency in Wisconsin, we are here to support every step of your surrogacy journey. From researching the best Wisconsin surrogacy agency to matching you with a family, ConceiveAbilities is honored to make your dream of being a surrogate come true. We are happy to answer all of your surrogacy questions and we also know how valuable it is to be able to speak with someone who has the personal experience of being a surrogate mother in Milwaukee.
Our Wisconsin Surrogate Advocate, Princess High, is ready to share her personal experience as a ConceiveAbilities surrogate in Wisconsin and answer any surrogacy questions you have directly.
Princess lives right in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and is a repeat surrogate. As a teacher, returning graduate student, violinist and a mom to her daughter, Princess enjoys Milwaukee to its fullest. Princess is excited to share her experience of being a Wisconsin surrogate with you. Hear from Princess as she gets ready for her third surrogacy journey. "It is the most awesome thing you can possibly do for a family that can't do it for themselves. That joy that you feel when you have the baby and the parents are holding the baby, it is so powerful and such a beautiful feeling."
Princess lives right in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and is a repeat surrogate. As a teacher, returning graduate student, violinist and a mom to her daughter, Princess enjoys Milwaukee to its fullest. Princess is excited to share her experience of being a Wisconsin surrogate with you.
Hear from Princess as she gets ready for her third surrogacy journey. "It is the most awesome thing you can possibly do for a family that can't do it for themselves. That joy that you feel when you have the baby and the parents are holding the baby, it is so powerful and such a beautiful feeling."
Click here to learn more about ConceiveAbilities' surrogate advocate program and, more specifically, how to contact Princess.
Yes. In Wisconsin, the Wisconsin Supreme Court concluded that surrogacy contracts are enforceable unless contrary to the child's best interests (Paternity of F.T.R., Rosecky v. Schissel, 2013 WI 66, 349 Wis. 2d, 833 N.W.2d 634). Pre-birth orders are allowed for married couples, unmarried couples and single individuals whether they are heterosexual or same-sex and a final order, possibly requiring a court appearance, is ncecessary after the child's birth.
In addition to our staying power of twenty-four years as a surrogacy agency, ConceiveAbilities invests in building a large community of available surrogates because, simply, surrogates sit at the very heart of our program. Read more about our process, including how we find your perfect intended parents.
Our Matching Matters process sets us apart from other surrogacy agencies. We understand the significance of the right match, and we are proud of our Matching Matters process that focuses on the connection between a surrogate and the intended parent. Our experience has proven that matching does matter and our 97% initial acceptance rate proves it. The right match lays the foundation for the entire surrogacy process, resulting in a successful and rewarding experience. Often surrogates and intended parents, who start off as strangers to one another, become an extended part of one another’s families. For those who seek this depth of connection, and equally for those who don’t, ConceiveAbilities uses its Matching Matters to understand your goals and make matches that make sense.
One of the most common questions we receive is, how much do surrogates get paid in Milwaukee? At ConceiveAbilities, our surrogate compensation package is one of the most generous, and well-planned, in the field. As a first-time surrogate living in Wisconsin, you will earn $44,000 and more in base pay, depending on your specific situation, and with payments starting well before your pregnancy. Factors that increase what you get paid in base compensation include whether you have prior experience as a gestational surrogate. Take the first step to become a surrogate in Wisconsin now!
Our surrogate requirements make sure your surrogacy journey is as healthy and successful as possible. Review these basic criteria to find out if you qualify as a surrogate candidate. Or, better yet, take our short personal assessment to see if you qualify to be a surrogate in Wisconsin!
The process for getting started is easy, confidential, and secure. Go ahead and take the first step with ConceiveAbilities. We are looking forward to getting to know you.
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.