CT Fertility continues to support Men Having Babies (MHB’s), an international non-profit organization that has helped thousands of gay men worldwide become biological parents, at several conferences this upcoming year.

Due to prior commitments, CT Fertility will not be attending the 3rd Texas conference that will be offered in Austin (Austin Marriott South, 4415 South Interstate Highway 35, Austin, TX 78744) featuring practical and personal peer advice and opportunities to meet a wide range of leading providers from the USA and Canada. The Gay Parenting Expo will feature both surrogacy and adoption / foster care resources!

Since we cannot attend, CT Fertility is committed to supporting MHB’s attendee’s by offering intended parents to a no cost consultations with our team via SKYPE. If you are interested, please call our office at 888-640-8793 to set up your consultation.

The conference will be offered in an expanded two day format — starting Saturday afternoon and continuing for the full day Sunday. Based on feedback from attendees the program has been extended by starting earlier on Saturday, allowing us to add several sessions, and allocate more time for Q&A and socializing.

In-depth programs will offer insights from the latest studies about contemporary gestational surrogacy, insurance, budgeting, medical and psychological aspects of surrogacy. Proceeds from sponsorship and exhibiting fees will benefit the Gay Parenting Assistance Program.

While the event is organized by gay parenting organizations, non-gay prospective surrogacy parents are welcome and will no doubt highly benefit from the practical and personal peer advice offered by community activists, medical and legal experts, parents and surrogate mothers.

We are proud to note that the Austin conference is once again receiving wide support from leading LGBT establishments and groups in Texas including the Dallas Voice, Rainbow Roundup, Cathedral of Hope, The Handsome Father, and the Teddy Bear Party.

Proceeds from sponsorship and exhibiting fees will benefit the Gay Parenting Assistance Program.