An unplanned pregnancy can feel overwhelming. There are a variety of options available to women, with adoption being one of them. Adoption has change substantially since the early days. Modern progressive adoption is 100% voluntary where birth parents make a personal adoption plan, select the family and directly place their baby for adoption with a family they personally select. There are varying degrees of openness in adoption. You should choose what feels right to you and your situation. Regardless of the amount of openness you choose, the glue that binds adoptive parent(s) and expectant mothers together is the opportunity for two families to join forces for the good of a child who will only benefit from the unconditional love provided by both families.
Benefits of Modern Adoption
Benefits of Adoption
- Provides you with the opportunity to pursue your future educational / career goals
- Relieves financial strain of raising a dependent child
- Provides a stable loving environment for the child from birth by adoptive parents selected by you
- Ensures healthcare and exceptional educational opportunities for your child
- If you choose an open adoption, you are able to choose and get to know the family who will raise your child
- You help a family accomplish their life-long dream of becoming parents
Benefits of Working with AdoptHelp and Selecting an Adoptive Family
AdoptHelp families are educated about and committed to adoption. Each adoptive family has a verified home study and background clearances.
We have a large number of adoptive families with diverse backgrounds from all over the country from whom to select.
You select from families who are prescreened to fit your requirements and also already demonstrate a commitment to wanting to pursue and adoption with you.
AdoptHelp case workers are your personal assistant and handle every aspect of your adoption plan so you don’t have to.
Your AdoptHelp case worker will assist you with everything from moral support, a hospital plan, financial support, housing, help with making the decisions that are right for you, handling all of the details of your adoption plan and following up with you after placement.
Your AdoptHelp case worker will help you choreograph your adoption plan. It is your case worker’s responsibility to handle all the difficult or uncomfortable conversations as your advocate. This way you can maintain a healthy and positive relationship with the adoptive family you have selected.
AdoptHelp will continue to assist you after delivery with everything from paying for counseling, providing moral support, advocacy, and assistance with employment and housing.
AdoptHelp families can only work with one expectant mother and must make a full commitment to you and your adoption plan in order to proceed.
All AdoptHelp families fund a housing and living trust for the birth mother with whom they are matched. Your expenses are paid through our program and we only present families to you who can and will be able to assist with your expenses.
AdoptHelp Law Center is a law firm that handles all legal compliance work.
You can explore all types of adoption and try it out without having to involve a family from the onset.
Reasons Why We Do NOT Recommend Finding an Adoptive Family Online & Contacting Them Directly
Catfishing is a huge problem. It is challenging for you to know with absolute certainty that the people you are speaking with and the story they are telling you is real.
The “do-it-yourself” approach means you don’t have anyone protecting you as your advocate.
After you deliver, who will be around you to assist and support you?
You will have to handle difficult discussions with the adoptive family yourself. If you need more living expenses or are having second thoughts about the adoption, you will need to discuss that directly with the adoptive family.
You don’t know if the family you are talking to is also talking to other expectant mothers and can be trusted to follow through with your adoption plan.
A family may not be open to assisting you with housing and living expenses or may not be permitted to provide you with expenses based on the laws of their state.
You don’t know if the family is truly open to the gender, ethnicity, level of openness you desire, etc.
The adoptive family you directly contact likely will dictate which attorneys and adoption professionals you will be working with rather than the choice being yours.
You can’t explore adoption as an option without getting a family involved. In which case, if you change your mind you have to tell the family yourself and risk hurting them.