Whether your pregnancy was planned or not, you’ve found yourself here wondering how adoption works and if it is a sound choice for you and your child’s future. There are several areas to cover in the basic adoption process. Adoption For My Child is available to support your choices, provide resource information, and answer all the questions you have.

This will likely be the toughest decision you will ever make. But it has the potential to be a good decision. Arm yourself with knowledge and information to know if choosing adoption is right for you and your baby. This decision is completely yours to make. Make sure you consider all your options and the outcome that each may have for you and your child.

We are here to educate you on the option of adoption and provide you with resources that will help you make an informed decision.

Some things you may want to consider while making your decision are:

  • Financial stability
  • Childcare
  • Parental involvement
  • Home environment
  • Your future plans
  • What you want for your child’s future

At Adoption For My Child, we believe in strong adoptions. Strong adoptions are made when expectant/birth parents understand the facts about adoption and are empowered by their decision to place their child for adoption. This empowerment comes from careful and thoughtful consideration of all the options available. We can provide you with resources and referrals no matter which option you choose for you and your child.

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Adoption Professional

If you choose to explore adoption options for you and your child, an adoption professional should be there for you every step of the way–helping you through the adoption process, providing you with adoption resources, and being your vocal advocate before, during, and after placement. They should help you understand that you’re not giving up by putting you and your baby first.

There are certain qualities you should expect from your advocate. They should be experienced, compassionate, knowledgeable, helpful, supportive, unbiased, and non-judgmental.

At Adoption For My Child you will find ethical and empathetic adoption professionals who are ready to share with you all the information you need on adoption. We take great care in the selection and training of our staff because you and your child deserve the best. Your adoption professional is a life-long resource for support, education, and guidance.

 


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