You're not alone. The following organizations provide support, information, and guidance for people who are trying to conceive or coping with infertility. To find other fertility support organizations, visit the Community Support Database.
IAAC (Infertility Awareness Association of Canada)
2160 Nightingale Ave,
Montreal, QC, H9S 1E4
Toll Free: 1-800-263-2929
The Infertility Awareness Association of Canada (IAAC) provides assistance to Canadians who are experiencing difficulty conceiving or carrying a pregnancy. IAAC has helped thousands of women and men make careful, well-informed decisions about fertility treatment, adoption and childfree living. Through information, advocacy and research, IAAC helps patients to embrace the limitless possibilities before them.
RESOLVE, The National Infertility Association
1760 Old Meadow Rd., Suite 500
McLean, VA 22102, U.S.A.
RESOLVE is a non-profit organization mandated to promote reproductive health and to ensure equal access to all family building options for men and women experiencing infertility or other reproductive disorders, and to provide support services and physician referral and education. The mission of RESOLVE is to provide timely, compassionate support and information to people who are experiencing infertility and to increase awareness of infertility issues through public education and advocacy.
160 Pickering St
Toronto, ON, M4E 3J7
The Infertility Network is a registered Canadian independent charity providing users with information and support on fertility and related issues. They connect you with regular updates that include research, news stories, seminars, and new literature on the topic of infertility. The Infertility Network also offers newsletters, an infertility support group you can join, and free information kits delivered to your door.
100-955 Green Valley Crescent
Ottawa, ON, K2C 3V4
Toll Free: 1-877-HOPE-066 (1-877-467-3066)
Fertile Future is a national support group that provides fertility preservation information and support services to Canadian cancer patients facing medical treatment that may affect their fertility. This support group also provides services and information for families and health care professionals working with people who are faced with infertility. Fertile Future is currently developing a database that will enable people to search for fertility organizations, their location (e.g., by province or territory), and the services they offer.
IVF.ca is a leading online forum dedicated to Canadians struggling with fertility. It is independently operated and privately owned by its founder, a previous patient. Over 8,000 ivf.ca members regularly share their stories on the site’s forum.