Fertility Specialists, Counselors, Adoption Experts and other speakers,
address topics of interest to our population. These topics include,
medical treatment, male/female infertility, In-vitro fertilization,
miscarriage, secondary and unexplained infertility, as well as adoption.
These meetings help to understand our issues and give us the knowledge
necessary to make educated decisions.
A lifeline to those fighting infertility. The newsletter has current
medical information, counseling advice, letters to editor, requests
for contact, articles of interest, adoption forum, legislation updates
and upcoming meeting announcements.
NINE helps members find doctors, attorneys, counselors, IVF/GIFT
centers, donor programs, adoption agencies, and other professionals
that specialize in what they need, and with whom they feel confident
enough to communicate their thoughts, questions, and concerns.
The NINE Line
Enables people to contact other NINE members with similar conditions
and experiences by phone or E-mail.
NINE maintains specialized books as well as fact sheets, pamphlets
and literature pertaining to all phases of impaired fertility and
We all need someone to talk to. NINE
has peer led support groups, providing couples and/or individuals
with an opportunity to share feelings, experiences and information.
These groups empower people to better cope and regain control.
There is strength in numbers. NINE helps
reform laws regarding adoption and infertility treatment.
These personalized in-depth workshops provide
information on how to know if and when you’re ready, how to
get started, how to make it happen!
NINE supports and coordinates the efforts
of its chapters. The national office provides building advice, ideas
and support for chapter leaders and a forum for them to network.
NINE is a volunteer organization. Volunteering
helps restore feelings of self worth and enables people to make
close friendships as well as do important work for the good of others.