Resources for parents and expectant parents considering placing a child for adoption include information about prenatal care, financial support, alternatives, open adoption, connecting with those seeking to adopt, and more.
Directory of Adoption Professionals
Use this tool to find a professional in your area, one who deals with a specific type of adoption, or another adoption service provider.
As you consider adoption, find guidance about questions to ask, how agencies work, the various types of adoption, and resources to help you make an informed decision.
An unplanned pregnancy can create a crisis. There are places to turn for help and assistance, and resources when you feel overwhelmed. If you want to parent your child, help is available.
Biological fathers have rights and responsibilities in an adoption plan. Learn what to expect in adoption proceedings and what to do if you choose to parent.
Adoption resources and professionals, listed by state, including public and private agencies, facilitators, attorneys, laws, and support groups for placing parents, adoptive parents and families and those hoping to adopt.
Attaching and bonding to your unborn child, getting good prenatal care, and journaling are important parts of your life as an expectant parent.
Maternity homes serve pregnant women, many regardless of whether or not an adoption is planned.
Web sites to assist expectant parents and prospective adoptive parents connect and establish first contact.
Placing a child for adoption is one alternative for an unplanned pregnancy, and a lifetime decision. Articles include information about placement, post-placement, search, and more.