Our first priority is our intended parents. This means strengthening our team and continually refining our program to ease any burden on their journey to becoming parents.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) December 31, 2015
The CARE Surrogacy Center in Mexico is making a profound impact around the globe — helping more and more individuals reach parenthood through their world-class program.
CARE 2015 Year in Review —
With strategic team planning and deep reflection, the CARE Surrogacy Center Mexico announced an exciting and epic move to Puerto Vallarta. Driven by the team’s desire to create a more efficient management structure in the most exhilarating locality in Mexico —intended parents now begin their journey to parenthood in a soothing, relaxing environment. The CARE offices are located at Paseo de los Cocoteros 55, Suite 2333 in Puerto Vallarta.
In January, the company also partnered with the top fertility clinic in Puerto Vallarta — the LIV Fertility Center. The center stands as an iconic landmark in reproductive medicine — centered on expertise, fertility innovation, and a destination retreat. Through revolutionary medical research and specialized patient care, CARE patients now have access to innovative services, including in vitro fertilization (IVF), egg donation, and recombine genetic testing.
March: CARE Collaborates with Alternative Family-Building Organizations
CARE began collaborating with adoption organizations in March, by following authoritarian guidelines in assisting others to form a family. The CARE team extends and enriches the work of other organizations by partnering with them to create family-building experiences that increase the impact of their programs.
The CARE Surrogacy Center found themselves the focus of the annual inviTRA Fertility Fair in Spain. The team is continually laying the foundation for the future of the surrogacy industry. “We are very excited to travel to Barcelona and kick off this year’s fair. Many fertility specialists are coming together to create proactive energy for individuals who want to start a family, all while addressing the seriousness of infertility and the importance of surrogacy. For the CARE team, it provides abundant opportunities to connect and empower individuals to keep moving forward on their surrogacy journey,” stated Sergio Gomez, Journey Coordinator at CARE Surrogacy Center Mexico.
August: Begins Development of CARE USA Franchise to Help More Intended Parents
CARE management began development for CARE Surrogacy Center USA. True to the CARE Surrogacy Center iconic brand, the platform in the USA will give intended parents the opportunity to build a family without hesitation — and provides the unique services and benefits that only CARE USA can offer. CARE USA will offer surrogacy services in Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, and Illinois.
September: Traveled to Chicago for the Men Having Babies Surrogacy Expo
The CARE team took center stage in Chicago for the Men Having Babies Surrogacy Expo. With their expert legal team and devoted journey coordinators on-site, the team conducted private consultations with gay male singles and couples who were interested in surrogacy options in Mexico. The expo offered several exhibitors, hundreds of intended parents, and leading professionals in the surrogacy industry. The program included peer advice on planning a parenting journey and choosing providers as well as expert and personal stories from various panelists.
The 11th annual NYC Men Having Babies Conference showcased over 25 clinics, agencies and community organizations — including the CARE Surrogacy Center Mexico team. MHB provides unparalleled opportunities to members of the LGBT community who are considering having children through surrogacy and access to a wide range of relevant service providers. CARE team members led the roundtable on surrogacy ethics, health insurance, budgeting, and psychological aspects.
December: Celebrates a Successful Year of Surrogate Births
Determined to end the year on a high note, CARE reflected on another successful year of surrogate births. To-date, the CARE Surrogacy Center Mexico has seen 36 babies born to deserving and loving intended parents from all walks of life.
Also in December, the Mexican State of Tabasco voted 21-9 in favor of a reform to the Civil Code of Tabasco — ultimately prohibiting surrogacy in Mexico for foreigners and gay couples. While the Ministry of Health will supervise the new restrictions, there are still many uncertainties as to how the Ministry will intersect this new law. The CARE Surrogacy Center Mexico will continue to operate in Puerto Vallarta and stay focused on helping intended parents reach their dreams of parenthood — by offering new program options and alternative CARE destinations.
“Our first priority is our intended parents. This means strengthening our team and continually refining our program to ease any burden on their journey to becoming parents. Beyond that, our transition to Puerto Vallarta has given us tremendous aspiration in 2015. There is no greater gift than the gift of life,” stated Carolina Fonseca, CARE’s IVF Specialist in Mexico.
About CARE Surrogacy Center Mexico
The CARE Surrogacy Center in Mexico provides incomparable experiences for intended parents, encompassed by enhanced clinical pregnancy outcomes, abridged costs and a wide-ranging continuum of care. The vision of CARE is to represent and assist individuals and couples all over the world who want to build a family, regardless of sexual orientation or marital status. The center embraces a positive approach to surrogacy with compassionate journey coordinators, expert IVF medical specialists using the latest technologies, and the expertise of the CARE surrogacy legal team.