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Are you pregnant and considering adoption? Choosing adoption for your baby can be a difficult, emotionally-challenging process, but you don’t have to go through it alone. Adopt Connect is here for you 24/7 ready to provide free personalized, confidential support.
An adoption coordinator will be happy to answer any questions you may have. They can help you develop an adoption plan which fits your needs and your situation. By choosing private adoption with Adopt Connect, you stay in control of the process from start to finish. Adopt Connect is a birth mother-oriented adoption service. From financial assistance to professional counseling, we want to ensure your needs are met.
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- 24/7 Support – We are always available to provide personal and confidential support.
- No Cost – Our services are always 100% FREE for birth mothers.
- Qualified Families – All of our families who are looking to adopt have been screened through criminal background checks and have met state licensing requirements for adoption.
- Open, Semi-Open/Closed, and Closed Adoptions – We will facilitate the kind of adoption that YOU want.
- We Can Get You Help With Financial Assistance.
- Adoption Counseling – Receive referrals to free professional adoption counseling prior to, during, and after placement for adoption.
- Strictly Confidential – All information you discuss with us is kept strictly confidential.
Women choose placing a child up for adoption for various reasons.Finances -You may financially be unable to support a child or unable to financially support and raise another child if you already have children. Father of Child- Putting a child up for adoption is also considered when a father is not in the picture, which would make parenting very difficult as a single parent.Not ready to Parent – Some women chose giving a baby up for adoption because they simply are not ready to raise a child at this stage in their lives and do not want to have the additional responsibility. They may be at a point in their life where they are not emotionally ready to care for a new baby or are focused on pursuing a career or education. There are so many questions to consider when making the decision to parent or give a child up for adoption, and mothers should not feel ashamed when they make what they think is the best choice. No matter what her reason to put her child for adoption is, she is making the decision because she wants what is best for her child. Giving up a baby for adoption is not easy. It is important that the decision to place for adoption is well thought out and any questions you have are discussed in full with one of our Adoption Specialists. We want to help you explore parenting and adoption and let you determine what is right for both you and your child.Thinking of putting a baby up for adoption? If you feel that adoption is the best plan for your child, a counsellor will help you determine many factors towards the best plan for you and your child, including what sort of adoptive family would be best suited for your child. The counsellor will also explain the concept of openness and help you decide if you are looking to place your child in an adoption with an openness agreement. Understanding adoption is the first step in your decision-making process. If you have already decided that you would like to put your baby up for adoption, an adoption professional will help you make a plan and discover your needs during your pregnancy. If you have not made your decision, he or she will explain the process to you and give you all the information you need to make a decision.When placing a baby for adoption, a birth mother has the options of and open adoption, a closed adoption and a semi-open or semi-closed adoption. In an open adoption, the plan is for the birth family to continue to be a part of the adopted child’s life. There will be direct contact between you and the adoptive parents before and after the birth of the child. You might speak on the phone, through text or email, or in person. In a closed adoption, you and the adoptive parents do not have any communication either before or after the birth of the child. In the case of semi-open, there is limited contact both before and after birth.While open adoptions are by far the most common type of adoption these days, it is the birthmother’s decision as to what kind of adoption option she wants to choose when giving a child up for adoption.Fortunately, there has been a shift in stigmas when putting your baby up for adoption– not that they have disappeared, but they have changed. Many years ago, giving your baby up for adoption (and at its source, unwanted pregnancy) was discussed about in hushed tones. The conversation around placing a child for adoption has since evolved. There has been a substantial change in the way unwanted pregnancy is looked at and spoken about. Undoubtedly, views on children up for adoption will continue to shift and change as society changes. Fortunately, it seems like the trend is moving in the direction of respecting women who are trying to make the best of challenging situations.