For the 9 million women and 2 million men who are dealing with infertility, the process of diagnosis and treatment can be a long, lonely, difficult path with an enormous psychological impact. There are different options for these couples. In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) or adoption are two options. Unfortunately, these options can be prohibitively expensive for most couples. Some couples go far beyond their financial means, even mortgaging their homes, to pay for these services.
In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) has helped many couples conceive, but the process is lengthy, intense and expensive - upwards of $10,000 out-of-pocket. Even more distressful, IVF isn't always successful the first time around. New Blossoms New Life Foundation provides funding for IVF to couples who otherwise could not afford another try or an initiate attempt. Each recipient receives financial help toward IVF medical service and the necessary medications.