Interested in becoming a gestational surrogate in Colorado?
If you have questions about becoming a surrogate and you live in Colorado, or if you’re an intended parent considering surrogacy in Colorado, you have found the place for you with ARTparenting.
You may want to begin by exploring how our complete surrogacy program works: the financial aspects, the medical considerations, and the basic requirements for surrogates. Or, you can contact us directly to get your questions answered about Colorado surrogacy.
Since 1993, ARTparenting’s founder, Meryl B. Rosenberg, Esq., has worked with hundreds of gestational surrogates in our surrogacy program. We handle every detail — from your very first contact with us through the birth of the child. A core feature of our program is the great care we take in matching our gestational surrogates with the intended parents.
There is no waiting for our surrogates in Colorado to be matched with intended parents who are waiting to build their families.
How Our Surrogacy Program Works
A gestational surrogate carries a child conceived through in-vitro fertilization (IVF) using the eggs from the intended mother or from an egg donor. The sperm is from the intended father or a sperm donor. This means the child will not be genetically related to the gestational surrogate.
Basic requirements for becoming a surrogate in Colorado:
Love being pregnant
21 to 44 years old
Given birth to a child of her own
Please read about the additional requirements for becoming a surrogate.
Compensation and Reimbursements for becoming a surrogate in Colorado
We understand there are many considerations in the decision to become a surrogate — and one of them is financial. The exact amount of any payments and expenses will be based on multiple factors. For details, please review Compensation for Gestational Surrogates or contact us with your questions.
Why choose ARTparenting?
Experience, integrity, and personal attention are the hallmarks of our surrogacy program. We make sure that our surrogates, as well as our intended parents, receive all the information, support and individual care they need.
Each gestational surrogate is a consulted in-depth about whom she would prefer to help: intended parents who live locally or abroad, families that already have a child, gay men or heterosexual couples, among other situations. For our surrogates in Colorado, there is no waiting to be matched. Every match is a mutual decision and a true partnership.
Meryl Rosenberg is known for her leadership and dedication to the field of reproductive law. Learn more about Meryl and her work to improve the regulation of surrogacy in order to provide the best protections for all parties involved and to ensure legal recognition of the child’s parents.
The decision to become a gestational surrogate
Becoming a surrogate, or even considering the possibility, means that you are a caring and generous woman who loves having your own family. The wish to help others experience the joy of parenthood is the inspiration behind ARTparenting’s work to help build families. For insights on the decision, read our blog post “Becoming a Surrogate: Is it Right for Me?"
Take the next step…
Helping others to create a family is one of the most meaningful gifts anyone can offer. We are grateful for your interest.
If you would like to find out more about surrogacy in Colorado, we would love to hear from you. To find out if you qualify and get your questions answered, please fill out our Surrogate’s Inquiry Form or call 301-217-0074.
ARTparenting has worked with gestational surrogates and intended parents from the state of Colorado to help form families through our complete surrogacy program.
For more information about surrogacy in Colorado, please call Meryl at (301) 217-0074.
Intended parents: Learn about our complete surrogacy program.
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