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Surrogacy

Because sometimes it takes an extra helping heart.

Interested in Surrogacy? We Can Help!

Thank you for your interest in Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Nevada. We are a licensed, private, non-profit (501(c)3), full-service gestational surrogacy matching agency. We help prospective parents of all kinds (gay and straight, partnered and single, domestic and international) build families through gestational surrogacy with rigorously screened surrogate mothers.

We serve our clients as a full-service surrogacy agency by providing surrogate matching services, screening and background checks, coordination of all legal and medical services, ongoing support for gestational carriers and intended parents – all in one integrated entity.

We understand that you have your choice in surrogacy agencies and thank you for considering Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Nevada!

You may contact the following offices:

Toll-Free: 855-940-4673

Reno and Northern Nevada: 775-825-4673

Las Vegas and Southern Nevada: 702-474-4673

Calls will be returned during business hours, 9am-5pm Monday through Friday PST. If you would like more information, please:

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Our Surrogacy Services

We undertake an extensive pre-screening process which includes background checks. These screening procedures ensure that the overall surrogacy journey will be safe, healthy, and successful to all involved parties. Once a candidate has satisfied all required components of our screening process, they become eligible for matching.

When we have identified a tentative surrogate match, one of our case managers will be assigned as the designated support person for both the intended parents and the surrogate throughout the rest of the surrogacy journey.

The Case Manager will assist and guide you from screening, through cycling, to embryo transfer, and throughout the pregnancy. Although it is important that you have a designated point person, our entire team remains available to support you at any time.

To ensure the utmost safety and protection for all parties involved, it is vital that intended parents and gestational carriers have competent legal representation to come to an agreement throughout the surrogacy process. As an agency, we will make sure you have expert representation for a smooth and stable journey.

We will also help coordinate medical services: we will coordinate with the hospital, clinics and medical professionals working with you on your behalf to minimize the risk of stress and miscommunication during the birth of the child.

Both intended parents and surrogates can benefit from surrogacy support and counseling – before, during, and after their journey. Our counselors provide valuable and thoughtful guidance, education, and assist in clarifying and exploring roles, expectations, and potential outcomes for all parties involved. Availability to surrogacy support improves relationships between intended parents and surrogates, benefits the children at the heart of surrogacy, and enhances the entire surrogacy experience itself.

We offer online payment options – convenient, easy, and fast – pay from the comfort of your home!

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Frequently Asked Surrogacy Questions

What is surrogacy?

Surrogacy helps those who are unable to have children become parents. In Nevada, the only legal type of surrogacy is called gestational surrogacy. Gestational surrogacy is a method of assisted reproduction where intended parents work with a gestational surrogate who will carry and care for their baby(ies) until birth. The intended parents supply the sperm and egg therefore the child is not genetically related to the surrogate. The surrogate mother does not have a legal claim nor parental rights to the child after they are born.

Intended parents use surrogacy to start or grow their families when they can’t do so on their own. It’s a process that requires medical and legal expertise, as well as a strong support process throughout the journey. Our Nevada team can help unite women looking to become a surrogate with the intended parents who fit her criteria.

 

How does surrogacy work?

Through IVF, embryos are created in a lab at a fertility clinic. In gestational surrogacy, the intended parents use their own genetic material. Sometimes, an egg donor is required. At the fertility clinic, 1-2 embryos are implanted into a gestational carrier, who carries the baby(ies) to term.

 

Why choose surrogacy to grow your family?

Surrogacy allows couples and individuals from a variety of backgrounds, ages, and sexual orientations to build their families.

Intended parents who use surrogacy include:

• Heterosexual couples who have struggled with infertility
• Intended mothers who are unable to carry a child
• Intended parents who have a genetic defect or health condition they don’t want to pass onto the child
• Same sex intended parents who want to have a genetic link to their baby

Each surrogacy journey is unique!

 

How much do surrogate mothers cost?

Surrogate mother pay depends on a few factors: where she lives, if she has insurance, and whether or not she’s a first time carrier. On average, surrogate mothers are paid a base fee of $30k-$40k, plus additional compensation and benefits.

If you live in the U.S. you can estimate surrogacy costs around $108K-$156K for a journey, exclusive of IVF costs. The actual journey costs depend on the services intended parents need, your insurance and the details of your specific journey. Each journey is unique – there is no “one cost fits all”.

 

How much do surrogates get paid?

The monetary benefits of becoming a surrogate mother are significant, but the indescribable sense of fulfillment our surrogates get from helping intended families bring a child into the world cannot be found doing anything else.

Surrogate pay depends on a few factors: where the surrogate lives, whether or not she has insurance, and if she’s an experienced gestational carrier.

Surrogates can earn up to $60k in pay and benefits.

 

What is the surrogacy process?

While it’s relatively simple to understand ‘What is Surrogacy?”, understanding the process is a bit more involved. The surrogacy process can be complex, and working with an experienced agency like Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Nevada helps navigate the milestones and provides support when you need it most.

A general overview of the surrogacy process looks like this:

• Apply as a surrogate or as an intended parent
• Meet all requirements (surrogates) and complete initial consultation (intended parents)
• Surrogate and Parent Matching
• Medical screenings, surrogate medications, and embryo transfer
• Confirmation of pregnancy
• Delivery day and beyond

Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Nevada is a relationship-based agency, meaning we encourage strong relationships between intended parents and surrogates!

 

More Frequently Asked Questions

 

LGBT Information

Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Nevada proudly assists lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, and transgender (LGBT+) families choose surrogacy! We work with intended parents from all types of backgrounds – heterosexual or LGBTQ+ individuals or couples, domestic or international. Regardless of your culture or background or sexual preferences, we support all intended parents with equal care and consideration to fulfill their dreams of having a family.

 

 

Surrogacy Information

Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Nevada publishes weekly articles to keep you informed on up to date surrogacy information and processes. You can find tips, guidance, advice, news, and more!

 

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What Are My Next Steps To Surrogacy?

From your first contact with Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Nevada, we’re here to help you with the application process, screening, matching, coordination of services and all steps in between!

 

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