Whether you’re looking to expand your own family or give the priceless gift of life to another, International Surrogacy Center (ISC) is here for you. Our staff helps families by providing guidance, support, and compassion along this beautiful journey. In fact, most of the staff have a personal connection to surrogacy as they have been surrogates themselves. Our staff is dedicated to making the experience as joyful and rewarding as it can be for both the intended parents and surrogates who we meet at our Colorado location.


Before making the decision to either become a surrogate in Colorado or become a parent through surrogacy, it’s important to understand the process. It begins by researching the surrogacy agencies in your area. You’ll want to make sure the place you choose shares your views and can help you best achieve your goal.

You also need to determine that the agency is properly equipped with legal experts specializing in surrogacy law. These professionals can help familiarize you with Colorado’s surrogacy laws as each state is different. While Colorado is considered a surrogacy-friendly state due to favorable laws, it’s still advised to understand the legal framework and how to establish parentage for surrogacy.

After choosing an agency, the next step in the process is a prescreening and consultation. By meeting with representatives from the agency, you can establish a rapport, ask questions, and share your story. Once approved, prospective surrogates are matched with intended parents and go through a series of medical screenings and examinations. If all goes well, compensation is confirmed and contracts are signed on both sides. The surrogate will then undergo IVF treatments, an embryo will be transferred, and the pregnancy can begin.


With all that goes into becoming a surrogate, it’s appropriate for her to receive compensation for her time and effort. What does hiring a surrogate cost in Colorado? Here at International Surrogacy Center, gestational surrogates typically earn between $65,000 and $75,000 (or more if they have successfully been a surrogate already). These surrogate costs are paid by the intended parents through a trust/escrow account. It’s important to note, the amount of surrogate compensation can vary because each experience is different.

Along with this compensation, the intended parents also pay for health insurance if a new policy is required. The policy will be paid for throughout the pregnancy and for up to three months after delivery. A one-year term of life insurance is also provided to help safeguard her loved ones. Additionally, ISC coordinates reimbursement for many of the various medical and surrogacy-related expenses that may arise.


Becoming a surrogate is a beautiful process. The ability to make another family whole is truly remarkable and life changing. Of course, it can also be a difficult and complex undertaking. As such, it helps to have the right people at your side. If you’re interested in partnering with ISC, begin by completing our application. We’ll be in touch soon to schedule an interview and answer any questions that you may have.


We at ISC deeply care about the lifelong relationships built through the unique experience of surrogacy. To encourage these relationships, we offer monthly Zoom support group meetings so surrogates can connect and share with each other.

Reach out to us today and see just how our expertise, passion, and professionalism have made us into one of the best surrogacy agencies in Colorado. We look forward to accompanying you on this amazing journey!