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A support group, whether professionally-led or peer-led, will help you feel less isolated, empower you with knowledge and validate your emotional response to the life crisis of infertility. Find a support group near you.

What are RESOLVE Support Groups?

Discover the differences between peer-led and professionally led support groups.

Is a Support Group Right for Me?

A support group can be beneficial at certain points in the infertility experience. Find out if a support group might be right for you.

Benefits of Joining a Support Group

One of the most important benefits of participating in a support group is a decrease in the sense of isolation so many people feel when they are experiencing infertility. Plus, a 2000 study found that attendees of RESOLVE support groups had higher pregnancy rates than women who didn’t attend a support group.

How to Start a RESOLVE Support Group

Discover how to start and manage a RESOLVE Support Group in your area.

Connect with Others Online

If there are no support groups in your area, please consider joining one of our online support communities.

I've Got Friends in Low Places

RESOLVE Board Member and long-time support group leader Jane Castanias wrote a heartfelt article about her experience joining and eventually leading a support group.

How Reaching Out Helps Heal the Wounds Left by Infertility

In the wake of infertility Jennifer Poineau Brown found her way of offering insight, inspiration, and love to those still on their journey.

Coming Together for Empathy, Support, and Friendship

As anyone coping with infertility knows, there is nothing anyone could say to make it better. It is talking to someone who truly understands where you are coming from that counts.

Support Groups: A Place to Find Strength, Support, and Friendship

They were strangers when I walked into the room but by the end of the meeting, I realized that we were all part of the same tribe.