You may want to begin by exploring our website to find out how our surrogacy program works — including the financial aspects — or contact us and we’ll be happy to answer your questions about Connecticut surrogacy.
ARTparenting is committed to guiding surrogate mothers* and intended parents through every step of the journey with compassion and integrity. Our founder, Meryl B. Rosenberg, Esq., has successfully worked with hundreds of gestational surrogates since 1993.
You can rely on ARTparenting to provide caring, hands-on guidance and attention through every step. With over 20 years of experience in surrogacy, Meryl excels at matching surrogates and intended parents. She makes sure that each surrogate receives all the support she needs. Read what others have said about ARTparenting.
Our surrogates are fully consulted about who they would most like to help — whether they prefer intended parents who live locally or overseas, single or married, same-sex couples, families that already have children, or other preferences. A central part of our program is the focus we place on carefully matching the intended parents with the gestational surrogates.
As an innovator and leader in the field of reproductive law, Meryl volunteers her time to further the development and regulation of assisted reproduction. Read more about Meryl Rosenberg.
One of the many considerations for choosing to become a surrogate may be financial. The amount of any payments or expenses is based on various factors, including whether the surrogate has acted as a gestational surrogate before, the cost of health insurance as well as other required expenses.
Refer to our chart, Fees and Expenses for Gestational Surrogates, for more details.
We know that raising children is one of the great joys in life. A willingness to give that opportunity to another individual or couple is profound. The decision to become a surrogate is a major one and we are happy to answer your questions if you choose to contact us.
Our blog post, “Becoming a Surrogate Mother: Is it Right for Me?”, offers helpful advice for making the decision.
A gestational surrogate mother (also known as a gestational carrier) is a woman who carries a child conceived through IVF using an egg from a donor or the intended mother. The child will not be genetically related to the gestational surrogate.
These are a few of the requirements — you must be:
• Between the ages of 21 and 43.
• The mother of one or more children of your own.
• Someone who enjoys being pregnant.
• Willing to help others create a family.
Helping another person to build their family is one of the most profound gifts anyone can possibly offer. We are very grateful for your interest, and we would like to hear from you. Please fill out our short SURROGATE FORM.
ARTparenting works with gestational surrogate mothers and intended parents from the state of Connecticut to help build families.
For more information please contact Meryl at 301-217-0074.
Please fill out our
intended parent inquiry,
or call 301-217-0074.
* Gestational Surrogate Mothers are commonly referred to as Gestational Carriers or Gestational Surrogates and less accurately as Surrogate Mothers.
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