Surrogate Mother

Surrogacy is the most extraordinary gift.

A surrogate mother, often referred to as a surrogate mom, is a woman who agrees to become pregnant and carry a child for another individual or couple, typically with the intention of relinquishing parental rights and responsibilities to the intended parents after childbirth.

A Gift of Life

Surrogacy Overview

With over 300 surrogates currently in our program, we have a strong and loyal community. Our team of experts will guide you through the entire journey while providing personal support for you and your intended parents. We ensure that you are informed, educated, and matched to parents with akin expectations.
What could be more beautiful that bringing new life into the world?
If you're wondering how to become a surrogate, consider taking the first step by exploring our options below and then clicking the 'Apply Today' button.

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Becoming a Surrogate

We are honoured that you are here, reading about our program for surrogacy mothers. There are requirements to becoming a surrogate and each of our gestational carriers must meet the following criteria. To be a surrogate mother in Canada, you must:

  • be between the ages of 21 and 45.
  • have delivered one or more children of your own.
  • be a non-smoker, and live in a non-smoking home.
  • not use recreational drugs.
  • have a healthy BMI.
  • be healthy with regular menstrual cycles.
  • be willing to undergo a medical and physiological assessment for both yourself and partner.
  • be fully committed to the surrogacy process.

Intended Parents

Who Needs a Surrogate?

Surrogacy is a wonderful option for couples and individuals unable to conceive on their own. Here are some reasons why a prospective parent may need a surrogate mom to build their family:

  • loss of fertility due to hysterectomy or cancer.
  • required medications that could prevent a healthy pregnancy or baby.
  • reproductive conditions such as fibroids, absence of a uterus, endometriosis, PCOS, or other gynecological issues.
  • sexual orientation; same-sex couples.
  • gender identification (transgender).
  • chronic pregnancy loss or unexplained infertility.
  • age factors.
  • relationship status.
  • HIV+ risk factors.
  • carriers of hereditary genetic diseases such as kidney disease, diabetes, heart disease, or hypertension that could prevent a healthy pregnancy or baby.

The gift you can offer intended parents is beyond measure.

Apply to become a surrogate today.

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How To Become A Surrogate in Canada: The Process of Surrogacy

Surrogacy is an amazing journey and we would love to be by your side in this adventure.

Step 1: Test for surrogate mom

The first step of the process is to see if you are eligible to be a surrogate mother in Canada! Take this quiz to see if you can qualify!

Step 2: Surrogate parents choosing

The second step is to decide who you dream of helping, and what type of contact you want with intended surrogacy parents during and after the process. Are you looking for a very close and connected relationship, or are you looking for a bit of distance?

Our job is to help both surrogates mothers and intended parents throughout the process, so it’s really about what works for you and the amount of contact and relationship that you would want.

Step 3: Surrogacy mother immovable values

The third thing we ask of you, is to begin thinking about what we call immovable values. Immovable values are how you feel about termination or selective reduction in a pregnancy. For us, our goal is to find you someone who has that shared value if a situation arises where there is a potential for termination.

However you envision what your surrogacy journey looks like for you is perfectly okay.

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