RESOLVE, the only patient advocacy group in the U.S. that fights for the rights of women and men who are infertile has seen an increasing need to bring together the community to ensure that our voices are heard. RESOLVE is greatly involved in advocating for the infertility community on both the federal and state level.
One day it will happen…access for all! That’s our goal. Anyone struggling to build a family deserves access to all family building options. We have several pieces of federal legislation in both the House and the Senate. And we need your help. Take a few moments to read about our Federal issues and learn how you can take action. Use your voice and your story to make a difference. Take action today.
Make Adoption Accessible for All
RESOLVE, together with 150 other organizations in the Adoption Tax Credit Working Group advocates that the Adoption Tax Credit (ATC) should be refundable. That way families with lower financial resources can get the benefit of the credit so they can afford to adopt a child in need. It’s an extra little boost that helps bring children and loving parents together.
Send a letter to your U.S. Senators and Representative asking them to support the Adoption Tax Credit Refundability Act of 2019, HR 2965/S 1652 today.
As states consider when and where to lift restrictions on health care services, we want to make sure that infertility treatments are not classified any differently than other medically necessary treatments.
RESOLVE has sent this letter to the National Governors Association, and we encourage you to contact your own Governor to reinforce this message. Please personalize and send this letter to ensure that the needs of the family building community are taken into account and that patients can access care in the safest, most timely manner.
RESOLVE tracks legislation that impact the infertility community. Some of these bills are anti-family and some of the bills would help people with infertility. Click here to see the list of state legislation that we are currently tracking.