CReATe Fertility Centre is the leading facility in Canada and has the largest surrogacy program in the country. Dr Librach, the Medical Director and founder of CReATe is the head of the Canadian Fertility & Andrology Society. With over 10,000 Babies CReATed since establishment and Intended Parents from around the globe, we know that it is critical to find a solution that is best for each unique patient. With staff fluent in many languages including English, Spanish, French, Hebrew and Italian along with Babies Come True Case Coordinators around the world, we will make sure you have someone to support you so all your requirements are met. CReATe offers a Guarantee program for both one and two live births or your money back. No matter if you are single, married or your sexual orientation, we strongly believe everyone has the right to experience the joys of parenthood. If you dream of being a parent, we'll help you CReATe it.
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Participation in the Gay Parenting Assistance Program and the Membership Benefits Program:
Note: in most cases the best way to take advantage of these offers is to reach out using our REFERRAL FORM, and include your certificate number.
GPAP Stage II - 2 pro bono IVF Treatment(s) per year
GPAP Stage I - 20%. Annual quota: *5 cases per year.
Membership Benefits Program (MBP): Not Participating
Nir Keren, originally from Israel now lives in Toronto, Canada with his partner Bob. Nir has assisted several of his friends throughout their surrogacy journeys, in different countries which has opened his eyes to the many challenges intended parents are facing to create their families. Nir's background is in business improvment and marketing however after seeing first hand the obstacles international IP's endure, he felt that his mission and passion is to bring the awareness of the Canadian surrogacy option to IP's seeking alternative options. He has now dedicated his life to support IP's around the world to have a smooth and straight-forward journey in Canada. Alongside Dr. Librach and The CReATe Fertility Centre, he has now established 'Babies Come True', a concierge service in Canada that will help and support international IP's throughout their surrogacy journey. Nir and his husband are currently going through the process of surrogacy in Canada themselves and love to share their story.
Clifford Librach, MD
Dr. Clifford Librach is the founder and Director of the CReATe Fertility Centre The largest Fertility Clinic Canada. He is a Professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Toronto, and holds cross-appointments with the Department of Physiology and Institute of Medical Sciences. Dr. Librach played an integral role in the establishment of the reproductive biology clinical and research programs at Women’s College Hospital in 1991, and since then has shown unparalleled leadership and commitment, and made significant contributions to current fertility practice in Canada. Dr. Librach was the head of the CFAS in 2019. He is a huge supporter of the LGBTQ2 community and helped building thousands of gay families with the largest egg donation and surrogacy program in Canada. CReATe had their 10,000 Baby this year.
Jan Silverman, PhD
For the past 25 years, Jan Silverman has worked in the field of reproductive health; supporting, educating and advocating for those requiring assistance to make their families. Starting off as a grass roots advocate, Jan co-founded the first Canadian infertility support network. After earning a second master’s degree, Jan established and ran the infertility support and education program at women’s college hospital in Toronto for 21 years. Jan was one of 11 experts selected to participate in the provincial expert panel on infertility and adoption. She is now in private practice providing counselling services to the Create Fertility Centre. Over the years she has provided services to the Gay Parenting Network, Daddies and Papas To Be and Dykes Having Tykes. Jan created her own family by adopting two (former) children.