Are You a Stay-At-Home Mom Looking to Help Your Family While Still Caring for Them?

You want to provide for your family in all the ways possible, right? But maybe you find yourself unable to leave your role as a stay-at-home mom. Or maybe you’re the sole breadwinner, and you’ve got children you can’t leave behind. Sometimes, it just feels like you can’t be in two places at once.  So how can you provide for your loved ones financially, while not missing a single beat in terms of your family’s daily routine?

Consider being a surrogate! There’s a lot of financial benefit when it comes to being a surrogate and you get to be with your kids while still providing financially for your family. Here at Simple Surrogacy, we’ve got your needs in mind alongside intended parents, and we want to make sure you’re protected and covered, and your family is cared for.

Why Surrogacy?

Surrogates are in high demand. Between the years of 2004 and 2008, over 5,000 children were born as a result of surrogacy. So, as you can guess, surrogacy agencies are always looking for surrogates who are ready to help intended parents complete the family they desire.

Surrogacy allows you to not only aid another family, but also continue to care for your own as a stay at home mom! Taking on the role of a surrogate is a task that requires specific screenings and medical appointments, among other processesses. But as a surrogate, your well-being and responsibilities are just as important. Simple Surrogacy knows this. Co-founder and co-owner Stephanie Scott has previously taken on the role of surrogate three times!! Our staff is over 95% female, and we know that juggling the role of stay-at-home mom and looking for the necessary financial ease for your family can be difficult. This is why we always offer various benefits and aid for our surrogates, including childcare for all appointments.

By becoming a surrogate, you are taking on the selfless and thoughtful act of giving the gift of life to intended parents. Understandably, there are some sacrifices surrogates also go through when doing the surrogacy process. Surrogacy is as much a gift as it can be a job, but it is rewarding on both ends. You can help a family reach completion, and know you are receiving aid and benefits that will reach your own family as well.

Surrogate Benefits

We want our surrogates to feel calm, reassured, and confident in their decisions. You’re giving an amazing gift, so let us give to you. As a surrogate, you are helping intended parents have the child of their dreams, and we know this is not a simple task. Carrying a life is the most rewarding goal of the surrogacy process, but we understand everything that comes in between can fluctuate.

You’re probably thinking about the various doctors’ visits and other factors that ride into a pregnancy during the surrogacy process. And what about maternity clothes? And do surrogates have to pay for anything? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Here at Simple Surrogacy, we take on the costs of every doctor appointment, vitamins, and everything else you may need to make the surrogacy process as relaxed and smooth as can possibly be. Also, we protect our surrogates with their own lawyer and fully funded Escrow account. Compensation and expenses for a surrogacy pregnancy start at $46,000 and up. Surrogates also select their intended parents first, which may be unheard of in some agencies. We always strive to maintain the utmost respect and ease for our surrogates!

Unlike other agencies, Simple Surrogacy reimburses surrogates within days, not monthly. We don’t want you to spend a single penny of your own money during the surrogacy process, which is why we cover doctor appointments, travel costs/ lodging, maternity clothing allowances, and more. Surrogates also receive a base compensation that can range anywhere from $35,000 to more than $45,000 for experienced surrogates or those in high-demand states. We also offer a surrogate retreat for surrogates to get away and relax for a bit, as well as other gifts.

How to Become a Surrogate

There are various qualifications that come with being a surrogate, some including being between 21 and 40 years of age, having given birth to a child of your own, having passed a background check, and having an interview and question session with one of our Intake Coordinators. We also like to do an insurance review and psychological consultation.

The Process

Just to take a quick glimpse at the surrogacy process, it starts off as a matter of a medical screening and legal contract (to protect both sides, intended parents and surrogates!). After, the surrogate starts medication (covered by us, of course), and then when the egg donor has given the eggs, the surrogate has the embryos transferred over. We cover all travel, childcare, lost wages, and food expenses and any other allowances. After the pregnancy is confirmed, the first base compensation payment is made. From then on, expert coordinators will guide the surrogate, so they are never alone in any step of the process. Most of the surrogacy process takes place in the surrogate’s home, as they can continue their regular routine and be with their families during the whole process.

Surrogacy Is Something to Consider

If you’re a stay-at-home mom and you find yourself looking to assist your family without being necessarily able to leave them, then might we suggest becoming a surrogate? Surrogates have been consistently in high demand, as many intended parents are looking to complete the family they’ve always wished for. We know that being a surrogate can have its ups and downs, and this is why we want to be with you every step of the way, and make sure you’re feeling your best! Our benefits are pretty fantastic, if we do say so ourselves. Also, we look to financially assist surrogates every step of the way, as this goes along with our desire for a smooth surrogacy experience. Our agency is not just that, but also a community comprised of previous surrogates and egg-donors, so we know a thing or two extra about the surrogacy process.

If interested in becoming a surrogate, contact us! Helping intended parents is a selfless gift, so let us help you, too! If you prefer to speak with us in person, please call us toll-free at 1-866-41-SURRO or local at 214-673-9321 and ask to speak with our Executive Program Director, Stephanie Scott. We look forward to speaking with you!

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