New Hampshire Senator Matthew Houde Named 2012 Legislator of the Year by RESOLVE New England

(Waltham, MA, October 19, 2012) – RESOLVE New England has named New Hampshire State Senator Matthew Houde their 2012 Legislator of the Year. Celebrating the achievements of Senator Houde for his advocacy efforts on behalf of the infertility community of New Hampshire, the Senator will receive his award at RESOLVE New England’s Annual Paths to […]

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Connection, Courage and Healing Through Support: A Peer Group Leader Speaks

RNE is thrilled to announce that ViaCord has joined our sponsor network as a new Peer Support and Topic Discussion Group Sponsor. ViaCord understands that the path to parenthood is difficult and isolating when you are facing infertility and their sponsorship ensures that our peer groups continue to grow and thrive so you can find […]

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10 Things You Need to Know About the Adoption Tax Credit and How You Can Help Save It!

The Adoption Tax Credit has been a hallmark of family building legislation since 1997. On December 31, 2012, the adoption tax credit is set to expire or “sunset.” Now is the time to make a difference for thousands of Americans. Here are the top ten things you need to know about the adoption tax credit […]

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Approaching the End of My Tenure as President of the RNE Board of Directors: Celebrating Growth

Amy Demma shares her reflections on serving as RESOLVE New England Board President. Summer is just about halfway over and I am more than halfway through my tenure as President of the Board of Directors at RESOLVE New England. We have accomplished much in 2012, from the most simple to the most disciplined efforts to […]

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Legislative Victory in New Hampshire

Today, the New Hampshire House voted to uphold the Governor’s veto of House Bill 217, effectively killing this piece of legislation that could have greatly impacted the New Hampshire infertility community’s access to care. A Special Message from Our Executive Director, Erin Lasker: On behalf of RESOLVE New England, I want to thank all of […]

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RESOLVE New England’s Grassroots Advocacy Efforts Prevail for the New Hampshire Infertility Community

(Waltham, MA – June 18, 2012) RESOLVE New England thanks New Hampshire Governor John Lynch for protecting his constituents’ access to in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatments in his state with his veto of House Bill 217. In a vote of 18 to 6 on May 17, 2012, the New Hampshire State Senate passed House Bill […]

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HB 217 and Its Impact on IVF Treatment in New Hampshire

(Waltham, MA – May 1, 2012) On behalf of the more than 28,000 couples in New Hampshire who are trying to have a baby despite their infertility, we at RESOLVE New England and with the support of RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association urge New Hampshire lawmakers to vote No on HB 217. House Bill (HB) […]

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How the Lisa Fenn Gordenstein Access Scholarship Helped Me

RESOLVE New England is honored to announce that we have received a renewal of our $10,000 grant from the TJX Foundation to support our Lisa Fenn Gordenstein Access Scholarships. A RESOLVE New England member and volunteer shares how these scholarships have benefited she and her husband in their family-building journey. For one glorious fall weekend […]

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Advocacy Day 2012: Will You Be There to Represent New England?

Each year, RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association hosts Advocacy Day on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. This year’s Advocacy Day will take place on Wednesday, April 25th, right in the middle of National Infertility Awareness Week. What is Advocacy Day? Advocacy Day is a unique opportunity for men and women from all over the country […]

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What National Infertility Awareness Week Means to Me

When I’m not working for RESOLVE New England, I write as The Infertility Voice at my blog. But I wasn’t always so vocal about being infertile. In fact, for a long time, I was completely ashamed of being infertile. I felt like such a disappointment to my husband and even more so to myself. I […]

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