We work with gestational surrogates throughout Washington to help intended parents grow their families.

Surrogates bring hope to people who’ve struggled with the loss and disappointment of infertility and make parenthood an option for same-sex couples and singles. Should you qualify for our surrogacy program, we’re committed to supporting and protecting your health, finances and family throughout this extraordinary journey.

After you’re done eating lunch in the space needle and learning about George Washington, fill out an intake form.

Why Should I Become a washington Surrogate?

Learning about the full history of George Washington alone should be enough to make you want to make you want to be a surrogate in Washington. But seriously, committing to being a surrogate takes courage and a big dose of selflessness. You’re pregnant again, sharing the experience with the intended parents, and after delivery, the baby goes home with them. Along the way, all kinds of wonderful things are possible for you, the surrogate.

In addition to the Olympic Mountains and the San Juan Islands, we offer an excellent compensation and benefits package.


Process for Becoming a Washington Surrogate

The surrogate’s journey is beautiful, rewarding and not without its challenges (like pregnancy!). The good news? You’re never in this alone. We’re with you every step of the way, from our initial interview until after the baby is born. Check out the process from A to Z.


Qualifications for Washington Surrogates

  • Preferably 21-35 years of age, (in some case we can accept up to early 40s)

  • Resides in Vermont

  • Has given birth at least once and is currently raising that child (this includes co-parenting arrangements)

  • Body Mass Index (BMI) above 19 and below 32 (in some instances, a higher BMI is acceptable). Calculate my BMI.

  • Does not use cannabis or nicotine products, or illegal drugs; does not abuse alcohol

  • Does not participate in government aid programs, including cash assistance, welfare, Section 8 housing or Medicaid

  • Has not undergone the Essure or Adiana procedure

  • Users of other long-term birth control methods, such as IUDs, contraceptive implants or the Depo Provera shot may qualify; however, certain delays may apply 

  • Has the support and understanding of a spouse, close family or a proven support network

If you have any questions about becoming a Washington surrogate, check out our FAQs or contact us. We’d love to hear from you. If you’re ready to start your journey as a Washington surrogate, fill out an intake form today.


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