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The mission of CN is to support individuals and couples facing fertility challenges in the greater Omaha area. We will provide support by increasing and improving educational resources. Our goal is to raise awareness by changing the conversation surrounding infertility. There are over 38,000 people in Nebraska experiencing infertility. Chances are, you know someone who has had difficulty conceiving.

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Address: P.O. Box 471
Boystown, NE 68010
Our goal is to fund free support groups and free classes for individuals and couples struggling with infertility. We hope to provide emotional support for those in need in addition to resources for those affected. This will include but is not limited to things like an introduction to infertility, first steps that can be taken/where to start, insurance information and help, printed resources, blog/online resources, etc.

The grief and stigma associated with infertility can be decreased with more
widespread knowledge and understanding of how infertility can impact womenʼs and menʼs lives.

Your support makes a difference.
"I was told days after turning 22, I could have a hard time conceiving children, due to endometriosis. Five years later I had met and married my husband, he married me knowing biological children may not be an option. He had been there thru treatments for extreme pain, surgery three weeks before our wedding. We started trying for a child soon after walking down the aisle. After a year of trying with no success, we had further testing; we discovered each of us have fertility issues.
After taking time to accept our diagnosis, we found our insurance covered fertility treatments, our silver lining. After our second failed round of in vitro fertilization (IVF), we took a break. We joined a local support group, went to individual therapy. I learned how to deal with the loss of control. We healed and decided to try IVF again. We were finally successful on our fourth round of IVF and were blessed with a daughter. Two years later, we welcomed a son, conceived thru our fifth round of IVF. Without the local resources available to us, our road to completing our family would have been even more difficult than it was. It took us 4 years, 4 rounds of IVF, countless pregnancy and ovulation tests and one support group to meet our first child. The support group was a lifeline for my husband and me during our struggle to conceive. More people need to know there is a local support group they can attend, the value of the group is priceless for those struggling"