At Surrogacy Partnership, our passion is to help you fulfill your dreams and we strongly believe everyone deserves the opportunity to become a parent. Our caring staff will guide you toward your goal of becoming a parent, while recognizing the amazing journey you are on.
Surrogacy Partnership provides compassion and skilled care to all parties involved in the gestational surrogacy process. We offer the highest quality gestational surrogates; each has been personally interviewed and screened, and they are ready to be matched with all intended parents, including LGBT parents.
We are located in California, which has some of the most favorable surrogacy and donor laws in this country. California Family Law statutes protect all parties in surrogate pregnancies and egg donor cycles, and California courts have consistently protected intended parents’ rights and obligations to their parenthood, regardless of whether the parents use their own genetic material, donor eggs, or donor sperm.
“California is accepting of surrogacy agreements and would likely uphold agreements that include lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) individuals. While the state has no statute directly addressing surrogacy or donors, California’s courts have used the state’s Uniform Parentage Act to interpret several cases concerning surrogacy agreements.” (Source: Human Rights Campaign)
Surrogacy Partnership is proud to offer our services to all intended parents, which includes the LGBT community. We look forward to assisting intended parents on their rewarding and complex journey to parenthood. When considering a surrogate pregnancy, come to Surrogacy Partnership with the confidence that we can help you become a parent, regardless of your unique situation.
SURROGATE PROGRAM FOR INTENDED PARENTS
In order to provide the highest level of service, your case manager is available day or night. We will work closely with your clinic to assist with any appointments and travel arrangements that may be necessary. We believe that in order to assist intended parents and gestational surrogates through this journey, we must have the knowledge and understanding of every aspect of the surrogacy process. Many of our case managers are experienced surrogates themselves that are enthusiastic about helping you through your journey, from finding a match to the day your baby is born. We will make sure you and your gestational surrogate are given the best available education, guidance and support.
Our surrogacy program staff is accessible twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, including holidays. Additionally, we hold mandatory, monthly surrogate support group meetings offering support from other surrogates and the Surrogacy Partnership staff that have experienced the journey you are about to embark upon. We look forward to helping you and your surrogate bond to create a wonderful relationship during this exciting time.
Requirements for the Surrogacy Partnership Surrogate Program:
Live in California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri, Nevada, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, or Wisconsin.
All of our gestational surrogates have passed our extensive screening process including a pre-application review and full application review. Whenever possible, we meet our applicants in their homes with their families present, in order to ensure they have the proper support and lifestyle required to become successful surrogates. Each of our surrogates are ready to create a very unique relationship and give you the gift of family.
Reasons why women may choose to become a gestational surrogate: