Learn About Adoption
Your head may be spinning from your family and friends telling you what they think you should do. Parents tell you one thing. Friends tell you something else.
Adoption is a choice. It is like any other choice. It isn’t the right choice for every woman but it may be right for you and your baby.
Whatever your reason for considering adoption, you are not alone. And the good news is that women choosing adoption can play an active role in just about every step of the process. You can choose the parents for your child, receive counseling, create your own adoption plan, meet the adoptive parents, and decide on how much contact you want afterwards.
You can even receive help with pregnancy, living and medical costs if your state allows it.
You can learn about adoption in a safe environment. Even from the comfort of your home! You can make a free phone call or keep doing research online. Call or text us any time, even right now! 1-800-923-6784
Websites where you can learn more about adoption:
Lifetime Adoption Center
Call or text Lifetime Adoption any time, even right now! 1-800-923-6784
Lifetime is one of the most trusted adoption centers in the country. They are focused on you, the birth mother, and can help meet your needs in any way. They have many adoptive families to look at.
This site features information about open adoption, and has a list of families who are especially open to contact after the adoption.
African American Adoptions Online
Find the largest number of African American and bi-racial waiting families in the nation here.
Pregnancy Help Online
In case you just need some help and info about other pregnancy options. Lots of good information!
East Indian Adoption
Are you facing an unplanned pregnancy as an East Indian woman? We have confidential services to help provide assistance for you during your unplanned pregnancy. Our privatized services can help you to keep shame from your family.
National Adoption Hotline
Here, you can get your adoption questions quickly answered. We help those wanting to learn more about placing their baby or child for adoption.