Infertility and Family Building Program at Denver J

We live in a time when people are marrying later, working more, having fewer children and considering freezing their eggs. How do these influence the choices people make about family building and how people deal with fertility struggles? Come hear from experts in the field and those who have infertility experiences, ask questions and share.

Panel members include: Infertility Veteran Cantor Elizabeth Sacks, Reproductive Endocrinologist Dr. Eric Surrey, Infertility Veteran Josh Lake, and Therapist and Surrogacy Specialist Deb Levy, LPC. Hosted by Hasidah founder, Rabbi Idit Solomon.

Whether you’re going through this yourself, been through it, curious about it or trying to support a loved one, come learn and share as we explore the issues of modern family building and how to create more support in the Jewish community. 

Pathways to Parenthood: Infertility and Family Building in the 21st Century
Tuesday, February 26, 2019 at 7:00pm
Staenberg-Loup JCC: 350 S Dahlia Street, Denver

This is a program for people who are currently facing fertility issues, who have in the past, and for people who want to support them. No cost to attend. Please RSVP to Idit@hasidah.org

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/265555987455892/

About Hasidah: Hasidah is the voice of hope and compassion that raises awareness of infertility, connects people to support, and reduces financial barriers to treatment in the Jewish community. 

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