Adoption, Foster Care & Fertility
Infertility affects 13.5% of all married, childless women and 1 out of 8 married couples. Those individuals battling infertility not only face not only an emotional journey, but a financial journey as well. Unfortunately, only 8 states (not including Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana) have an insurance mandate that requires employers to include IVF coverage in their health plans. As a result, 85% of infertility patients are self-pay. Parental Hope is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization established to raise infertility awareness and provide financial assistance to those battling infertility. Parental Hope has an exclusive partnership with the Institute for Reproductive Health in Cincinnati, Ohio (IRH) to support its mission to alleviate the financial burden of IVF by awarding the Parental Hope Family Grant. Parental Hope is a 100% voluntary organization (no salaries!) to ensure as much money raised and contributed to Parental Hope is given to those individuals who need it the most.
With our 25+ years of experience in the field of Reproductive Medicine we at Reproductive Solutions help intended parents navigate through the gestational carrier process. We do this through several methods including: referrals for egg donors and offering well screened eligible gestational carriers. We also offer legal and medical referrals if necessary as well as financing options.
Specialized Alternatives for Families and Youth (SAFY) of America is a leading national nonprofit organization providing a full continuum of services for children and youth in the child welfare and juvenile justice systems. Building upon our reputation as a leader in quality treatment foster care services, our comprehensive programs and services include early intervention and prevention services, home- and community-based interventions, out-of-home placements, reunification and aftercare services provided with the goal of improving the health and quality of life of our nation’s most vulnerable children and families.
The Bair Foundation Child & Family Ministries exists to provide quality care & services in a family setting for children and adolescents who cannot remain with their families. The primary mission of our Foster Care program is to ensure the safety and well-being of foster youth while working with their families of origin in their reunification efforts. We accomplish this with support (Intensive In-Home & Family Services) and/or parental training (B.E.S.T. for Families).
The International Adoption Center at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center is a non-profit organization committed to the health and wellness needs of internationally adopted children, their families and their communities. The center provides essential medical services; emotional support, community programs, and research that help internationally adopted children enjoy well-adjusted lives.