ConceiveAbilities is a leading surrogacy center in New York City, matching intended parents with New York surrogates like you throughout the East Coast and across the United States. As one of the oldest agencies in America, we’ve been at the forefront of a changing landscape alongside New York’s finest doctors and professionals.Our egg donation and New York surrogacy agency has been providing third party reproductive services to hopeful parents-to-be in New York and around the world for twenty-four years and counting.
The Big Apple, The City of Dreams, The City That Never Sleeps. Whatever the world calls New York City, you call it home. As America’s largest city, New York offers families the energy and excitement of living and raising their families in one of the world’s cultural epicenters. We are proud to serve the diverse, global community that, like you, calls New York home. Many of our families long to share the treasures of the city like ice skating in Rockefeller Center, strolling in Central Park, and experiencing the countless museums and theaters with their children. You, as a surrogate mother, have the power to help their dreams come true. Many New Yorkers including celebrities like Andy Cohen, Tyra Banks, Anderson Cooper, Jimmy Fallon & Nancy Juvonen, and Sarah Jessica Parker & Matthew Broderick have used surrogacy to build their own families. With the passing of the New York Surrogacy Law in May 2020, we are grateful to now expand our services and match surrogates who live in New York and couples struggling with infertility, gay dads and single parents-to-be to ensure the best surrogacy partnership for everyone! No need to travel out-of-state!
We work with ease through our own online platform to ensure surrogacy is efficient and safe for you and our Midtown office in Manhattan is also available to you and easily accessible from The Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island and the Greater New York metropolitan area.
Up until this year, it was illegal for a New York resident to be a paid gestational surrogate. That’s all changing! New Yorkers from across all five boroughs rejoiced as New York passed legislation to join 47 other states in permitting compensated gestational surrogacy with a state-of-the-art law beginning February 15, 2021. Known as the Child-Parent Security Act, this law supports the dreams of those individuals and couples who struggle with infertility and members of the LGBTQ+ community who long to be parents, as well as New York women who have found their calling in surrogacy. This law is the difference that allows you as a New York resident and surrogate mother to fulfill your purpose to help your matched parents-to-be grow their family. Apply now to get qualified and be ready to match with your dream intended parents as soon as the law takes effect in 2021.
As your local surrogate agency in New York City, we are here to support every step of your surrogacy journey. From helping you do your research on the best New York surrogacy agency to matching you with a family, ConceiveAbilities is honored to make your dream of being a surrogate come true.
Yes. The New York Surrogacy Law passed in 2020 making compensated surrogacy legal in New York beginning February 15, 2021.
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 get now that surrogacy is legal in New York is, how much do surrogates get paid in NYC? 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 New York, you will earn $50,000 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 live in a high demand state, like New York, and whether you have prior experience as a gestational surrogate. Take the first step to become a surrogate in New York 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 New York!
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.
On February 15, 2021, New York State will join 47 other states in permitting compensated gestational surrogacy with a state-of-the-art law, newly passed last week. After a hard-fought battle over many years, this law represents the gold standard nationally as it provides clear guidance about the surrogacy process, benefiting both intended parents and surrogates.
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.