At FII, we want to be more than just your family vision navigators.

We also value your entire well-being, which is why we developed this page to provide you with resources on a variety of topics, including:

  • Education and Support

    Education

    • Path 2 Parenthood
      Path 2 Parenthood, a 501 (c) (3) national non-profit organization is a lifetime resource for infertility prevention, reproductive health and family building. Headquarters: 305 Madison Avenue Suite 449 New York, NY 10165

    • American Society for Reproductive Medicine
      ASRM is a voluntary, non-profit organization devoted to advancing knowledge and expertise in reproductive medicine, including infertility, menopause, contraception, and sexuality. Headquarters: 1209 Montgomery Highway Birmingham, Alabama 35216-2809

    • Embryo Adoption Awareness Center
      EAAC Increasing awareness and understanding of the hope embryo donation offers to people struggling with infertility

    • Fertile Hope
      Fertile Hope is a national, nonprofit organization dedicated to providing reproductive information, support and hope to cancer patients and survivors whose medical treatments present the risk of infertility.

    • Fertility for Colored Girls

    • Hannah’s Prayer Ministries
      Hannah’s Prayer Ministries provides Christian-based support and encouragement to married women around the world who are struggling with the pain of fertility challenges, including primary and secondary infertility, pregnancy loss, early infant death, and adoption loss. Headquarters: PO Box 15053 Long Beach, CA 90815

    • Livestrong
      Livestrong raises awareness, increases outreach and facilitates collaboration in an effort to improve the cancer experience. Headquarters: 2201 E. Sixth Street Austin, Texas 78702 866.673.7205, 866.673.7205

    • Rachel’s Well
      Rachel’s Well a non-profit 501c3 organization located in Fairfax County, Virginia. Our mission is to improve women’s health by raising awareness, removing barriers to care, and stimulating research.

    • RESOLVE
      Resolve is a community for women and men with infertility and provides information and support during their family building journey. Headquarters: 1760 Old Meadow Rd., Suite 500 McLean, VA 22102

    • Smart Fertility Choices

    • Society For Assisted Reproductive Technology
      SART, one of the most important functions of the site is to help patients locate and contact infertility clinics and view national and individual clinic IVF success rates.

    • The Infertility Voice
      The Infertility Voice is an online empowerment resource for infertility patients seeking support, compassion and hope along their family building journeys.

    • The Broken Brown Egg
      The Broken Brown Egg Inc. (NFP) is an awareness and service organization founded to increase awareness of African American Infertility and Reproductive Health.

    • Families of Color Initiative
      Families of Color Initiative was formed to explore options in raising awareness about racial and ethnic disparities in access to information and care of women and men concerned about infertility

    • A T.I.M.E. (A Torah Infertility Medium of Exchange)
      A TIME is the premier, internationally acclaimed organization that offers advocacy, education, guidance, research and support through our many programs to Jewish men, women, and couples struggling with reproductive health and infertility.

    • The Endometriosis Association
      The Endometriosis Association is the recognized authority on endometriosis, a life-altering hormone and immune system disease affecting millions worldwide. Nothing on this page should be taken as medical advice.

    • Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Association, Inc
      PCOSupport is an all-volunteer grass-roots organization that is operated by women with PCOS and those who support them. This organization is dedicated to serve the many women who struggle on a daily basis to deal with quality-of-life as well as life-threatening consequences of PCOS if untreated.

    • Center for Disease Control and Prevention: Reproductive Health
      CDC on Infertility and public health

    • Fertility Within Reach
      Fertility Within Reach advocate for empowering infertile individuals.

    • Parents Via Egg Donation
      Parents Via Egg Donation was created to provide an informational and supportive environment where parents and parents-to-be can learn and share information about all facets of the egg donation process

    • Creating a Family NEW

    • National Registry for Adoption & Embryo Donation NEW

    • Sarah's Laughter NEW

    Podcasts

    Resources

    • Rock Goodbye Angel
      Rock Goodbye Angel serving families of pregnancy and early infant loss due to miscarriage, stillbirth, perinatal and neonatal loss

    • Fertility Support Groups

    • My Hopeful Journey
      My Hopeful Journey provides the latest tools and resources that support the infertility community.

    • Bridge to Baby
      Bridge to Baby is an Infertility’s social network. Free community for fertility, Asherman’s syndrome, conception, surrogacy, adoption, acupuncture, pregnancy.

    • A Child After 40
      A Child After 40 is for women on the journey to later motherhood

    • Fertility Authority
      Fertility Authority is a web portal for fertility information.

    • Fertility Guide
      Fertility Guide provides tools to help you get started on your fertility journey.

    • Fertility Road
      Fertility Road provides issues surrounding infertility. Their offerings include magazines, websites and books.

    • My Fertile Food
      My Fertile Food app is designed to help women who are trying to improve their odds of conceiving a baby, by eating healthy foods that are beneficial for fertility.

    • Fertile Foods
      Fertile Foods provides tips for a healthy pregnancy: nutrition and lifestyle essentials for fertility, pregnancy and breastfeeding.

    • Pregnancy Information

    • Organic Baby University
      Organic Baby University offers education and support you need to protect your new family from before conception through childhood with tons of educational videos, checklists and guides and more.
    • Fertility Planit
      Fertility Planit is a social marketplace for people who are seeking to get pregnant and make a family.

    • Fertility Medication
      Fertility Medication provides information on different fertility medications.

    • Baby Later
      Baby Later, an affiliate of Houston Infertility Clinic, provides cryopreservation for sperm and egg cells, both of which may be used with in vitro fertilization (IVF) to create a new human life — a baby — later.

    • Amateur Nester NEW

    • Fertility for Colored Girls NEW
  • Fertility Grants & Loans

    Financial Assistance

    • Bonei Olam
      Bonei Olam mission is to provide funding for all aspects of fertility treatments, thus relieving couples of the financial, emotional and physical stress resulting from infertility.

    • InterNational Council for Infertility Information Dissemination (INCIID)
      (INCIID – pronounced “inside”) is a nonprofit organization that helps individuals and couples explore their family-building options.

    • Maverick Miracle Babies
      Maverick Miracle Babies provides grants to be used for medical costs surrounding IUI and IVF procedures.

    • Pay It Forward Fertility Foundation
      Pay It Forward Fertility Foundation helps people of various circumstances afford fertility treatments that are not covered by health insurance.

    • Baby Quest Foundation
      Baby Quest Foundation dedicated to helping those who cannot afford the high cost of infertility treatments such as IUI, IVF, and /or surrogacy.

    • NYS Infertility Demonstration Program
      NYS Infertility subsidizes higher level infertility treatments in vitro fertilization (IVF) and gamete intra fallopian transfer (GIFT) for privately insured women for whom these procedures are not covered by insurance. The program also includes a subsidy for testicular sperm extraction.

    • The Tinina Q. Cade Foundation (TQCF)
      TQCF is a non profit organization that serves the needs of families battling infertility. The TQCF also provides financial assistance to families pursuing infertility treatment or domestic adoption through the Tinina Q. Cade Foundation Family Building Grant.

    • Verna’s Purse
      Verna’s Purse – Financial assistance for fertility preservation for Cancer Survivors.

    • Men Having Babies Assistance Fund
      MHBAF – The Gay Parenting Financial Assistance Fund promote the affordability of surrogacy and other parenting related services for gay men through financial assistance and the encouragement of transparency and customer feedback.

    • The Angels of Hope Foundation
      The Angels of Hope Foundation provides grants through its Creating Miracles Grant to financially burdened couples in Illinois who need fertility treatments to conceive a child.

    • The Angels of Hope Foundation
      The Angels of Hope Foundation provides grants through its Creating Miracles Grant to financially burdened couples in Illinois who need fertility treatments to conceive a child.

    • Sparkles of Life
      Sparkles of Life is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting families on their paths to parenthood. Partnered with the Houston Fertility Institute to provide deserving couples with the Garden of Life Grant. The Vivere-Garden of Life Grant is awarded to couples who demonstrate a documented need for fertility treatment.

    • The Madeleine Gordon Gift of Life Foundation
      The Madeleine Gordon Gift of Life Foundation aids couples in the greater Cincinnati area to afford IVF treatments.

    • Go Fund Me
      Go Fund Me Crowd Funding to help you raise funds online.

    • B.U.M.P.S. NEW

    • The JFCS Fund: A Gift from the Heart NEW

    • Fertile Hope NEW

    • Fertile Action NEW

    Fertility Medications

    • Bravelle HEART (Helping Expand Access to Reproductive Therapy) Program
      Sponsored by Ferring Pharmaceuticals, this program provides infertility patients with 5 free vials of Bravelle as part of a prescription of 20 or more vials. Bravelle HEART is only available at participating pharmacies.

    • Organon Fertility Patient Assistance Program
      This program provides financial assistance for Organon medications. Contact your physician for more information.

    • Savings For Self-Pay Patients
      Eligible self-pay patients can save on Gonal-f® (follitropin alfa for injection) and select other products with the GO Direct to Savings Program. GO now.

    • Savings for Insured Patients
      Eligible privately insured patients can save up to $200 on out-of-pocket costs for their Gonal-f® prescription with the Co-Pay Savings Card. Learn more.

    Fertility Loans

    • Prosper Healthcare Lending
      We are pleased to offer Prosper Healthcare Lending as the premier financing company in the healthcare industry. With over $3 Billion borrowed and over 250,000 people empowered, this is a name and a program you can trust.

    • LIGHTSTREAM (A division of SunTrust Bank)
      LightStream AnythingLoan for Medical, Fertility and Adoption Financing.

    Tips for filling out an application:

    • BEFORE you begin filling the application, read it in full.
    • Fill out the form completely.
    • Be truthful.
    • For handwritten applications, use blue or black ink pens.
    • Print clearly and legibly.
    • Be neat and accurate.
    • Write “Does Not Apply” (or “N/A” for Not Applicable) in the space if the question does not apply to you. Do not leave it blank.
    • Get your financial information in order.
    • If your application requires particular financial documentation, make sure you include the information requested.
    • If the application requests a personal statement include a heartfelt, honest, and detailed response.
    • Be aware of application deadlines! Submit your application before or on the designated date.
    • Proofread and check the application for completeness before submission.
    • Mail or turn the application into the correct person or place.
    • If using postal service, considering purchasing delivery confirmation to track whether your application was received in time.

    Avoid these mistakes:

    • Not following directions
    • Misspelled words
    • Crossed out writing
    • Not printed
    • Wrinkled or messy application form
    • Incomplete information or unanswered questions
    • Application not turned in by the deadline
    • Forgetting to sign the application
  • Insurance

    Brown and Brown Insurance

    • Surrogacy Complication Insurance
      This insurance covers and protects intended parent(s) who use a surrogate mother as well as the surrogate herself from any medical expenses and disability costs resulting from complications of the pregnancy which are typically not covered by anyone’s health insurance

    • Egg Donation Complication Insurance
      This insurance covers and protects intended parent(s) including the egg recipient and their egg donors from any medical and disability expenses and costs resulting from complications of the procedure which are typically not covered by anyone’s health insurance

    New Life Agency Insurance

    • Surrogate Maternity and Cycle Medical Plan
      Specifically for a surrogate pregnancy or an IVF pregnancy and complications that may arise during the IVF synchronization cycle with you, or the egg donor and surrogate.

    • Egg Donor and Recipient Insurance
      Complication insurance for all Intended Parents utilizing IVF procedures alone or with an egg donor during the synchronization of your cycle.

    • International Newborn Care Insurance
      International clients with insurance coverage and significant discounts on claims their newborn may incur while in the United States immediately following birth and alleviating the burden of negotiating and paying each claim directly to multiple providers.

    • International Newborn Care Card
      International clients with significant discounts on claims their newborn(s) may incur while in the US immediately following birth and alleviating the burden of negotiating and paying each claim directly to multiple providers.

    • Surrogate Accidental Death Insurance
      Specifically designed to insure both the surrogate’s family and the intended parent(s) in the event of death. As any death benefit, it is designed to make the beneficiary’s financially whole again

    Art Risk Solutions

    • Surrogate Insurance
      Evaluate your policy as well as offer suggestions for alternatives.

    • Fertility Advantage
      IVF Cost reduction plan. Offered to intended parents who are going through IVF treatment using their own eggs and a surrogate or a donor’s eggs, and whose insurance will not cover ART procedures.

    • Egg Donor / Recipient Insurance
      Complication insurance for all Intended Parents utilizing IVF procedures alone or with an egg donor during the synchronization of your cycle.

    • Surrogate Life Insurance
      Specifically designed to insure both the surrogate’s family and the intended parent(s) in the event of death. As any death benefit, it is designed to make the beneficiary’s financially whole again.

    • The Newborn Resource
      The newborn resource is not an insurance program. ART Risk coordinates provider negotiation and payment of newborn medical expenses for services rendered in the U.S.

    • Private Nurse Online
      This program provides proactive expert nurse case management and serves as a resource for the mother, the caregivers, and the payer on complex and high risk maternity cases through communication of available resources.
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