RESOLVE recently released a Fertility Scorecard, which measures each state’s “fertility friendliness.” This score is determined by considering access to medical care, emotional support for infertility, legislation, and insurance coverage. According to the group, there are an estimated 319,182 infertile individuals in Florida. Florida does not have a law requiring insurance coverage for fertility treatments. Very few states do. Infertility does not mean that having a family is impossible. There are many options available for infertile couples, even in “C” states like Florida, as there are still many doctors, fertility centers, adoption agencies, and attorneys that can help you achieve the family of your dreams.