Are you Pregnant & Considering Adoption?
If you are pregnant and seeking to place your baby up for adoption, please read Valerie’s Message below:
I did not dream about wearing a wedding dress and having a party.
My dream has always been to have my own family.
I am so very grateful for your choosing to be selfless and giving me a chance to fulfill my dream.
What I know about you:
I know that you have chosen life for your child
I know that you have chosen the more difficult path.
Your instincts to do what’s best for your child is what is first and foremost.
I consider myself as blessed to be considered by you as your child’s adopting parent.
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WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT
Get same day connected with family and family's attorney
Provide health history
Discuss Assistance Needed, Including Financial
Wait for Birth, Get to Know Family, Get Counseling
Place Baby for Adoption with Family
Frequently Asked Questions
The below FAQS are not legal advice but merely offered as suggestion points to discuss with qualified adoption professionals.
Here’s one way:
(1) Call Adam at 800-790-5260 and Complete Health Background Forms;
(2) Meet the Family; and
(3) Transfer Custody and Execute Termination Paperwork.
Yes. Adoption is available for any age from newborn to older to much older.
Generally speaking, yes. It is common for the family adopting the child to cover the expenses involved.
Call Adam at 1-800-790-5260, complete health background forms, and talk with a family to decide if they’re the right fit for you and your baby.
No. Birth parents do not get paid, ever. Depending on the circumstances, it may be possible for the biological mother to receive financial assistance towards her living expenses. These funds are not payments. They are funds to provide assistance for food, clothing, shelter, medications, etc. and reported and closely monitored by the Court.
The answer to this question is dependent on the facts of each particular case. There are lots of questions to ask, some are: Are you married? Has the father supported you or the baby? Was the conception the result of a rape? It is important to discuss this with an attorney as quickly as possible.