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Discover ways you can get involved with issues that impacts the family building community.
A support group, whether professionally-led or peer-led, will help you feel less isolated, empower you with knowledge and validate your emotional response to the life crisis of infertility.
Join us for the presentation of the Hope Awards and celebrate the important work and the passion of the family building community.
I hope this letter finds you well and that you are enjoying life. Surprisingly, it gets better… and the best is yet to come.
This section is meant to be to be used as a roadmap to help guide you through all of the choices that lay in your path to resolution.
RESOLVE aims to ease that burden by providing comprehensive information on insurance coverage for infertility and alternative options for making your infertility affordable.
View our searchable map of service providers who are professional members of RESOLVE.
What is public vs. private insurance? What is a mandate to cover vs. a mandate to offer? And what is ERISA? Understand the ins and outs of health insurance coverage.
“Every fertility journey is unique, and hers is as of yet incomplete. But sharing these journeys is the first step in changing the culture of shame and silence that exists around infertility. If a single person reads her words and says, “You too? I thought I was the only one,” then she will be glad to have shared her story.”
RESOLVE Peer-led Support Groups are informal opportunities for women and men experiencing infertility to connect with one another, to discuss their situations and to receive support from others who have had similar experiences or who are struggling with similar issues. Group moderators are volunteers and are not mental health professionals. Attendance is free. Please contact the group host before attending your first meeting.
Some time ago, I read that Winston Churchill used to say: “Never, never, never give up.” It’s a tough challenge, that stick-with-it thing. Wants and needs change over time, goals shift. And sometimes, life’s practicalities get in the way: you learn that some of those wants, needs, and goals need to be realigned. Nothing is static.