For more information, contact your local group or our free helpline (0800 333 306 / email@example.com).
Our groups are casual and welcoming.
Meetings often have themes or guest speakers to provide you with support and information. Research consistently shows in-person support has significant emotional and physiological benefits. Email your nearest group for details and come along! Many of our groups have private Facebook pages where you can get to know others before attending a meeting. We look forward to meeting you!
Donor Conception & Surrogacy Network - for people considering or currently in the process of creating whānau with the help of donors and surrogates, and parents through these means (not a platform for advertising - use our forum instead)
Childless by Circumstance - for women at the end of their fertility journey
Did you miss our Wednesday Webinar series during Alert Levels 3 and 4? These are fantastic resources - find the recordings here
Download our PDF fact-sheets
Helping Others Understand.
This leaflet gives some understanding of the medical and emotional issues inherent to infertility. Share it with whānau and friends, it also suggests some ways in which whānau and friends may be able to help.
The role of the infertility counsellor.
An infertility counsellor understands both the treatment technology and the range of emotions you may be experiencing. There are many areas where they may be able to assist, and people considering seeing an infertility counsellor should also know the roles that are outside their scope.
Become a Fertility NZ Member and support the valuable work we do for all New Zealanders experiencing fertility issues. Membership is free of charge.
The terminology used for people experiencing infertility, or trying-to-conceive, can be overwhelming. Check out our Glossary of Terms.