Need Support? :  This is the National Infertility Association.  They offer nationwide support groups and you can search for one in your area or even start one on your own!  Along with that, they offer education, information, and chances to get involved. :  The InterNational Council on Infertility Information Dissemination (INCIID – pronounced "inside") is a nonprofit organization helping patients explore their family-building options. Their site has grants available, along with educational materials and support systems. :  Blogger and Author, Melissa Ford (a.k.a. Mel) is the creator of this amazing site.  She blogs regularly, involves the readers, gives multiple sources to find support (whether it's emotional, or a want-to-know-about type), and keeps a running blogroll of fellow "if-ers" (a.k.a. infertiles). : "Bethany Christian Services is a global nonprofit organization caring for orphans and vulnerable children on five continents. Bethany is recognized as a prominent leader in social services worldwide, and [is] the largest adoption agency in the U.S. Founded in 1944, our mission calls us to demonstrate the love and compassion of Jesus Christ by protecting and enhancing the lives of children and families around the world...Services include family support and preservation, adoption, foster care, pregnancy counseling, training, refugee services, sponsorship, and infertility ministry.""For many people, the road to parenthood is a bumpy one, and they need help in creating their family. Creating a Family provides resources and support for this alternative journey, regardless whether your path is infertility treatment or adoption."  Creating a Family offers a weekly radio broadcast that you can also listen to online, along with many other resources and "frequently unasked questions."

You can find local support groups through hospitals and churches.  If you know of other sites or local support groups available, please feel free to contact us.