Expectant Mothers come from all walks of life. Many are facing personal challenges when they learn of their unplanned pregnancies. These challenges can be a very wide variety of things they are faced with every day.
AFMC encourages Expectant Mothers to reach out and connect with qualified adoptive families on our site. This will allow each Expectant Mother to develop a relationship and build a foundation with the adoptive family. Successful adoptions are built on trust and respect. Without open communication and the ability to connect with the right family, trust and respect can’t be built.
With trust and respect, most prospective birth mothers are more comfortable having open, honest and confidential conversations with adoptive family — someone who cares about them and their baby.
ALL Expectant Mothers are welcome! AFMC believes that for every baby, the right family is out there. There are no requirements for prospective birth mothers. All BM should feel comfortable working with our qualified adoptive families regardless of their circumstances. No matter what is in their social or medical history, we will provide the same quality of support and services to help them find the perfect family for their baby.
When an Expectant Mother chooses an adoptive family to adopt her baby, she will need to provide the adoptive family with her proof or pregnancy, social medical history information, including any self-disclosed information about drug or alcohol use.
AFMC always encourage prospective birth mothers to be honest and upfront about any substance use. Regardless of the lifestyle choices a prospective birthmother has made, she chose life for her baby and is making a brave loving choice by considering adoption. We always respect and admire all prospective birth mothers’ choices.
We advise every Expectant Mother to make sure the family she chooses knows every detail of the type of open adoption she wants for her baby. It is important that everyone agrees on this plan and everyone is clear on the expectations of the adoption.
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