At Long Island IVF, we provide the most comprehensive and clinically sound fertility testing and treatments.
We start by performing a complete review of our patients' medical records and a careful assessment of their individual fertility status.
The Jade Foundation IVF Grant
Through an endowment from generous benefactors, the Jade Foundation IVF Grant was created for and is offered exclusively at Long Island IVF. It is funded to provide financial assistance to couples who lack insurance coverage to meet the IVF cycle expenses needed to build the family of their dreams. Qualified patients will pay a cost share amount (their out-of-pocket expense) based on total household income level. Funding through this grant program will be allocated for basic services related to an IVF fresh cycle (and exclude other types of treatment cycles such as: frozen cycles, egg donation cycles, surrogacy cycles, elective egg freezing cycles as well as the more complex embryology services such as preimplantation genetic diagnosis or screening (PGD /PGS ). Priority is given to first time parents and to those who have served or are currently serving in the US military.
Eligibility: In order to be eligible, applicants must be less than 35 years of age, have documented infertility and meet clinical criteria. Applicant candidates must be residents of Long Island, Queens or Brooklyn and have a combined household income between $50,000 and $99,999 annually. Additionally, the applicant candidates must have commercial medical insurance coverage which either does not cover their IVF treatments or for which they have exhausted their benefits.
Application Process: If new to our practice, interested patients should contact the Long Island New Patient Counselor at (631) 752-0606. Patients who are already in treatment with us should contact their Long Island IVF Financial Counselor to learn more about this grant. Although there is no required application form, applicants must submit proof of residency and income. Grant awards are contingent upon grant funding availability.