Mission Statement & Policies
NAFG is committed to creating happy and loving families through gestational surrogacy and egg donation. We are devoted to making these complex processes successful through our multi-faceted, personalized approach featuring extensive carrier and donor outreach and screening. By navigating the surrogacy and egg donation journeys with the highest degree of expertise, integrity, and sensitivity, NAFG’s goal is for our clients to have the babies they always wanted.
Couples or singles interested in having a child through surrogacy and/or donor egg, or prospective carriers and donors, will find much useful general information on this site. For additional information or to discuss your specific concerns, please phone us at 1-800-710-1677, where you can speak to one of our staff directly, or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CONFIDENTIALITY AND OFFICE POLICY
All communications between the Northeast Assisted Fertility Group and our clients are held in the strictest confidence. Responsiveness to our client's needs is a hallmark of this office, and we take pride in our adherence to the highest ethical standards. There is someone to answer your call 24 hours per day, 7 days a week.
We maintain a strict non-discrimination policy. We do not view age, ethnicity, race, religion, or sexual orientation as a barrier to alternate methods of reproduction. Prospective parents must, however, be emotionally, psychologically, and financially prepared to create or expand a family.
Please know that the information on this site or the transmission of e-mail does not, in and of itself, establish a contractual relationship with the Northeast Assisted Fertility Group. Embarking on a gestational surrogacy or egg donation arrangement is an important decision which should only be made after considering all relevant information, including information that may not be on this Web site.
The material on this Web site is for informational purposes only. This information does not constitute legal or medical advice. The law changes constantly, and the information may not be correct on the date you read it, and it may not apply to your particular situation. Each matter has its own unique set of facts, and the law is different in each state and country. Because of this, you should not rely on any information on this Web site without first obtaining advice from a licensed, competent attorney or physician about your particular situation.