Adoption Center of Northern California

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Adoption Center of Northern California

Adoption Center
of Northern California


Considering Adoption?

Is someone you know pregnant?... Is adoption an option?
Do you wish to adopt?... but don't know where to start?


Birthmothers | Adopting Parents | Contacting Us! | Meet Our Director

Birthmothers

If you are pregnant and considering the placement of your unborn child for adoption, you are probably in an emotional state-of-mind, which comes at a time when you may feel vunerable and alone. We carefully explain the entire adoption process to you to ensure that you understand all of your rights, responsibilities and choices. You can then make your decision from an informed and clear position. We will support you in dealing with the emotional and legal realities of your decision. We will help you find the resources you need to make these important decisions and to get through this difficult period in your life,assisting you to go forward positively following the placement.

Our office maintains the files of many couples with the desire and resources to adopt a child. A birthmother can receive assistance with medical, legal and counseling expenses involved in the adoption. Adoption is an important option to be considered. Call our office for further information or assistance. There is never any charge for services to birthmothers. 1-800-523-6781


Adopting Parents

The process of adoption can be complicated. Proper ground work must be laid for a stable, suitable adoption. Beginning with the networking letter, through the search, the match, the pre-birth counseling and the birth, numerous important decisions must be made by all parties. Our years of experience helping people through this process have resulted in a greater knowledge of potential risks and how to avoid them.

After the birth, when legal documents must be prepared and various departments or agencies are involved, the process can become complex at a time when the adopting couple want to focus their attention on their new baby - not on the legalities of an adoption. Everyone involved is going through more than enough emotionally. We will guide you through that process, helping you to avoid problems, and minimizing your worry and stress.

We have helped hunderds of couples and birthparents make happy, loving matches. Many of the couples we have assisted through the adoption process have come to us again when they were ready to adopt again . We are delighted that so many happy families have come together with our assistance.


Contacting Us

Phone: (916) 888-1311
Call Toll Free 1-800-5ADOPT1 (1-800-523-6781)
Email: nrwadopt@quiknet.com


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