Salt Lake City Infertility Support Group
This peer-led support group meets the
second Tuesday of each month in Milcreek, Utah.
The SLC Infertility Support Group was started in 2014 in an effort to establish support among those dealing with infertility along the Wasatch Front. This group provides a warm, comfortable, and caring environment for discussion, dialogue, and support for infertility. Those experiencing secondary infertility or who have already been blessed with children are welcome.
TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THIS SUPPORT GROUP:
click here to be added to mailing list,
or join our facebook group here.
2017 Support Group Leaders
This support group is peer-led, meaning that the group leaders are everyday people who have personally experienced infertility. Although they are not professional counselors, our support group leaders are given training and support from the professional staff at UIRC.
Lauren is originally from Massachusetts, but found her way out west to Colorado after college. She met her husband and moved to Utah five years ago. When she got married, she figured children would be in her immediate future. Five years and two miscarriages later, she has two sweet furbabies, and is still waiting on her miracle children and finding the right path to parenthood. Lauren was a history teacher for 10 years, but now works from home in Centerville supporting others in their personal wellness goals. She loves hiking, spending time with her husband and crazy dog Maisey, bad reality television, baking, genealogy research and everything having to do with Harry Potter. She is so happy to be working with the SLC Support Group this year to help everyone (including herself) remember that they are never alone.
After dealing with infertility, Karen developed a heart to assist others through their own infertility journeys. She is a four-time egg donor and a current gestational carrier. Karen lives in Salt Lake along with her husband and two children, who were conceived via IVF. Her hope is that awareness and support become commonplace in the infertility world. By assisting as support group leader, Karen's wish is for couples who are struggling to find comfort, receive information, and gain support throughout the year.