For birth parents we offer confidentiality, guidance and encouragement during and after the adoption. We care about what you want and need and have been helping birth families of all ages nationwide with their adoption plans for over 25 years.
You might be pregnant with an unplanned pregnancy or have a child who is already born. You may be a friend or family member of someone who is pregnant and seeking resources and help. Adoption is one option to consider. Many resources are available at no cost to the placing parents—referred to as the “birth mother” or “birth parent.” You will find this term used throughout the site and in the free adoption information you may choose to request.
You will find on our site “Dear Birth Mother letters” which have been written just for perspective birth mothers by pre-screened and waiting adoptive parents, explaining their life and what they can offer a child through adoption.
When you find one or more adoptive parents you are interested in speaking to or emailing, you can contact one of the qualified adoption coordinators who work with birth parents to help them find just the right match in adoptive parents. They will help the birth parents make an adoption plan for their baby. Each coordinator is a caring woman who has a desire to help women facing an unplanned pregnancy with choices in parenting or adoption. We have many resources to help and we never charge birth families for these services. Click here to view a current listing of birth parents who are seeking adoption information and adoptive parents for their babies and children.
More and more we are seeing other members of the birth family becoming involved in the adoption plan process. This often includes the parents of the birth mother. Birth fathers are welcome to be as involved as they like, working with the birth mother on adoptive parent selection and decisions about degrees of openness for the adoption. Birth parents have many choices in developing the adoption plan.
Today, only about about 25% of birth fathers are involved in the adoption planning process. However, this figure is growing as open adoption is becoming more requested and more women are choosing adoption for their babies and older children.
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