The decision to grow a family is an important transition in adulthood, an expression of your love and commitment to your partner, and a sense of readiness to be a parent. Therefore, the news of an infertility diagnosis is often jarring and disruptive. It strains all aspects of life, testing your emotional wellbeing, sense of resilience, and hope. It's a diagnosis no one plans for in adulthood, the outcome is uncertain with no guarantees and destabilizing for the family or individual. Of course this is the time to seek extra support. We welcome All. Additionally, we recognize those from BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) communities face particular challenges in your family building journey. We see you; we walk with you. We honor your unique struggles of infertility as a person of color. Furthermore, we celebrate families in all forms. We welcome our LGBTQ families and are here to support you.