It is run without financial gain by people dedicated in helping others through surrogacy.
Our prime objective is to pass on our collective experience to surrogates and would be parents, helping them to understand the implications of surrogacy before they enter into an arrangement and to deal with any problems that may arise during it.
These fees would need to be higher were it not for the generosity of our members who have given or continue to give donations. Anyone wishing to join COTS please see our membership page for more information. Intended Parents and surrogates who do not join COTS can only be supported through our message board and only in Public Forum this is just for general information etc.
A wide range of support and advice is available to COTS members. Triangle is a splinter group of COTS and it is they who put surrogates in touch with intended parents.
In the vast majority of cases surrogacy can be a wonderful experience for all concerned, but in a few, often well publicised cases it has proved to be traumatic and far from ideal. COTS strongly believe that unfortunate cases such as these are, with care, avoidable.
We strive to ensure that surrogates and intended parents are made aware of all the implications of surrogacy BEFORE entering into an arrangement. The support workers will ensure that all parties understand the implications of surrogacy and are going into the arrangement with their eyes open.
COTS require all surrogates and intended parents to have up to date medical tests carried out. They will fill in the necessary forms which you need to sign.
Outside the entrance visitors will notice a number of low Portland stone pillars topped with a sculpted British Army steel helmet. One of several German blockhouses was large enough to be used as an Advanced Dressing Station.
You will also need proof of identity. We also provide support throughout the arrangement. The Support Workers can give both practical advice and moral support.
Drop off in St Peters Street, a small tarmac road, with a gentle cobbled small slope down to the entrance to the property. Outside the entrance visitors will notice a number of low Portland stone pillars topped with a sculpted British Army steel helmet. Once in place the ring applies reliable pressure to maintain a bloodless field, thereby improving the result of a procedure.
We also have Support Workers and supporters that members and surrogates can call upon. They will remain in my hearts forever X. It's definitely one of the best things that I have ever done in my life, Words can't really say how happy and proud I am to be doing this for my couple.
I never thought it possible to be so proud of yourself but when I look at the family I helped create I feel fit to burst. And I cant wait to do it all again.
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