Become a Surrogate in Connecticut


As a woman, you have the unique opportunity to give the gift of hope to intended parents looking to build a family by becoming a surrogate. Before you take the leap to begin your journey to becoming a surrogate mother, it is understandable that you likely have many questions about the journey and what will be required of you. Aside from being able to help intended parents achieve their dream of welcoming a child into the world, there are many other benefits that you will experience as a surrogate with Elevate Baby.

Elevate Baby is a Connecticut surrogacy agency that helps women interested in becoming a surrogate begin their journey with knowledge and confidence. However, before you can be matched with intended parents through our agency, it’s important to understand how to become a surrogate in Connecticut and what the journey will entail from start to finish.

Do You Meet the Requirements to Become a Surrogate in Connecticut?

Before you can become a surrogate mother and be matched with intended parents in Connecticut, you will need to learn whether or not you meet the requirements for surrogates according to the parameters set forth by the state and the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM). At Elevate Baby, we pride ourselves in ensuring that all the surrogates we work with meet the legal requirements to ensure that the overall surrogacy journey is as successful as possible for all parties involved. The requirements to be a surrogate in Connecticut include:

  • Prior Birth Success: A surrogate should have given birth at least once with no pregnancy complications.
  • Body Mass Index: Surrogate mothers must have a BMI range between 19 and 32.
  • Non-Smoking or Drug Using: A surrogate mother in Connecticut must be drug and smoke-free.
  • Age: A surrogate mother must be between the ages of 21 and 40.
  • Financial: Surrogate mothers must not be receiving any government financial assistance.
  • Residency: Surrogate mothers should be permanent residents of the United States.
  • Emotional: Surrogate mothers must undergo and pass a psychological screening.
  • Support: Surrogate mothers should have a support system at home consisting of people like a spouse, partner, friends, and/or family who encourage their surrogacy goals.

If you have any questions regarding your eligibility for surrogacy in Connecticut, feel free to reach out to our team at Elevate Baby anytime. 

Are You Ready to Become a Surrogate in Connecticut?

Your first step in the journey to becoming a surrogate mother in Connecticut may be the most difficult, as it requires you to be completely honest with yourself. The decision to become a surrogate mother offers intended parents the opportunity to build the family they have been dreaming of. While these families could benefit from your generous heart, becoming a surrogate isn’t right for everyone. It is important for potential surrogates to understand what will be required of them from start to finish so they can make an informed decision on whether they should proceed. 

Becoming a Surrogate in Connecticut Requires an Extensive Time Commitment

Becoming a surrogate mother in Connecticut requires a lot of time. From beginning to end, the surrogacy journey can require about a year of your full-time commitment. This will require your physical, mental, and emotional investment, in addition to some sacrifices to your time, family, and career while you carry and deliver the child for the intended parents you are matched with. 

Do You Have an Emotional Support System?

Your family should be supportive of your decision, especially your spouse if you are married. Spousal support is necessary for legal purposes, as they will need to confirm that they recognize that they have no parental rights to the intended parents’ child. Their emotional support will also be invaluable to you throughout your surrogacy journey. 

Screening Requirements for Surrogate Mothers in Connecticut

Before you can move forward with the surrogate matching journey, you must meet the screening requirements for potential surrogates in Connecticut. These requirements include:

  • Complete an initial online application and meet with an Elevate Baby surrogacy professional to learn more about everything involved in the surrogacy journey.
  • Complete an extended application that details your medical history. This allows our agency to collect your full medical record for review and summary.
  • Undergo a criminal background check. 

Once you have completed the screening, your next step will be to begin the matching journey. Once you are matched with the intended parents you will carry for, you will complete a psychological screening, medical evaluation, a surrogacy contract with the intended parents, and finally undergo an embryo transfer at a clinic. Contact our surrogacy agency in Connecticut today to get started.

Learn How You Can Become a Surrogate in Connecticut With Elevate Baby

At Elevate Baby, we believe that becoming a surrogate mother is one of the most fulfilling acts of kindness you can do for intended parents looking to build their family. If you choose to become a surrogate in Connecticut with us, our surrogacy agency can help you through every step of the journey.

With years of experience serving intended parents, egg donors, sperm donors, and surrogates, we treat all with the same concierge-level service to ensure joyful journeys. We go above and beyond for every one of our clients. Contact us today for more information regarding becoming a surrogate mother in Connecticut by calling (323) 933-8918 or filling out our contact form.

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Whether you are interested in surrogacy or egg donation as an intended parent or potential donor, the process can be one of the most rewarding experiences of your life. Begin your journey today!