Considering Adoption For Your Baby?
If you are facing an unplanned pregnancy and cannot raise your baby, adoption is one of the options which allows you to build and share your child’s future in multiple ways. There are different ways in which an adoption plan can be made and it varies from state to state. We know that this is the most difficult decision and biggest sacrifice you’ll ever make – to gift the best life and future to your child. We will help you connect with the right counselor, who will explain adoption and support you throughout the entire process.
We make sure that you receive the best adoption assistance by introducing you to adoption agencies or adoption attorneys to guide you through your pregnancy as well as after delivery and post adoption. Our network organization provides lifetime support to birthmothers who’ve placed their child for adoption. Most states permit you to receive financial assistance as a part of your living expenses during and shortly after pregnancy. You can receive financial assistance for:
Counseling & Support
We ensure that you receive counseling and support from local, qualified social workers to assist you in making the decisions that are right for you and your child, and to ensure that your child is raised in a loving, safe and secure home.
The amount and type of financial assistance that can be given to you varies from state-to-state. Placing your baby for adoption helps you maintain financial stability. Typically, it includes help with rent, utility bills, food, cell phone payments, travel expenses, medical expenses, maternity clothing etc.
You won’t be expected to pay anything towards the cost of making adoption plan for your baby. Legal expenses to cover the cost of adoption attorney fees and court fees will be taken care of by your adoption center.
If you don’t have medical insurance, the adoptive parent that you choose for your child will cover all of the medical expenses and hospital bills for you and the child. You can use your own doctor or one provided by the organization working with you finalizing your adoption plan.
From beginning to end, you will be supported by your agency and guided throughout the entire adoption process.
Reaching out to adoption consultant
Contact us 24/7 via phone, email, text or submit a contact form so that we can connect with you immediately. From there, we’ll answer your questions and connect you to the right adoption center or adoption attorney, so that you can best understand your options and services available.
Meet Birthmother Counselor / Caseworker
If you decide to place you baby for adoption, then you’ll begin working with a caseworker on a personalized adoption plan that is best suited for you and your child.
Select adoptive parents from a network available, pre-screened families. You can review their photos, videos and personal information about each family. You’ll have plenty time to go over each of the families with your caseworker and make the best decision for your baby’s future.
Plan Your Delivery
During this stressful time, you will be taken care of before and after delivery, as well as during the post-adoption period. Through our birthmother support group (Birth Mother Basket & Birth Mom’s Today), you will continue to get the emotional support and the encouragement you need to begin this new chapter in your life.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I select families to adopt my baby?
Yes, you choose the adoptive parents that you feel will give the best future and support to your baby. All the families are pre-screened which includes a home inspection.
Does having an appointment with adoption counselor, commits me to make adoption plan for my baby?
No, we present you with all the options that you have and then you can decide what is best for you and your baby before letting us know if you are ready for an adoption plan.
Can I have contact with my baby after the adoption?
You can decide if you want an open adoption, semi-open adoption or closed adoption. A fully open adoption entails receiving regular updates through pictures, letters and videos from the adoptive family.
Are there any costs to me if I decide on adoption for my child?
There are no costs to you. On the contrary, you receive financial assistance, including living expenses, during your pregnancy and up to 6 weeks afterwards, depending on the state in which you reside.
What will my child think about adoption?
When an expectant mother chooses adoption for their child, they make a very selfless, loving decision. Adopted children grow up knowing that they are loved both by their birth parent as well as their adoptive parents.
You Are Not Alone
Expectant Mothers around the world choose adoption for their babies every day. If you are considering adoption and would like to know your options, contact us today.