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We offer surrogacy assistance for intended parents in the LGBTQ community.

Our LGBTQ parents experience a welcoming, flexible and nurturing environment at Colorado Surrogacy. We strive to hold our clinics and partners to our same high standards for LGBTQ parenting through surrogacy and can help direct you to the most open and inclusive resources to support your journey.

WE PROTECT YOU

As your surrogacy agency, we refer you to an attorney who specializes in family formation law to ensure that your parental rights are affirmed and safeguarded. Colorado has a favorable legal environment for same-sex and transgender surrogacy arrangements, including the placement of the names of both partners (or a single male or female parent) on the birth certificate. We closely monitor the international legal scene to keep tabs on developments around the world that might affect the LGBTQ intended parents in our care.

WE’RE COMMITTED TO THE COMMUNITY

In support of the rights of gay and lesbians to form a family, we’re members of the Colorado LGBTQ Chamber of Commerce and the Gay and Lesbian Advocates and Defenders (GLAD). We’ve taken the Gay Parents Assistance Pledge (GPAP) through an organization called Men Having Babies. A baby marks the first step in becoming a family. We’d be honored to take that step with you and promise to provide exceptional advice and guidance throughout the journey.

Additionally, we personally devote our time and resources to supporting the community.  Our Director, Ellen Trachman, was honored as 2017 Legal Volunteer of the Year by The GLBT Community Center of Colorado and named 2015 Entrepreneurial Woman of the Year by the Colorado LGBTQ Chamber of Commerce.

"You know how every parent thinks their baby is the perfect baby? Even though he isn't mine, I look at him and think he's absolutely perfect."

—Amber Campanelli, on her feelings towards the baby she carried as a gestational surrogate for the first father-father birth certificate ever issued in Montana (she works for us now!)


The only thing needed to create a family is love. Grow your family through gestational surrogacy.