Feel like you need to give up your baby?
You are not alone. Although it’s used as a common phrase, choosing adoption for your baby is not “giving up” on your baby. Adoption is about making a choice that’s best for your child and creating an adoption plan to ensure they are cared for and loved.
We have helped hundreds of expectant women just like you understand the choices available. Learn your rights, discover your options, and build a plan. We are available and can talk or text with you now.
Pregnant and Considering Adoption for your baby?
You are in control.
Learn your rights. Discover your options.
We have wonderful prospective adoptive families who embrace open adoption and will treat you with respect and compassion. They have been carefully screened, educated on adoption related topics, and desire to have an open adoption, but will respect whatever level of relationship you believe is best.
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What does adoption look like?
Meghan discusses her experience with AOI and adoption.
Angel and Amy talk about the beauty of their open adoption relationship.
Absolutely, we have amazing families for you to choose from. If you don’t feel comfortable choosing the family, let’s talk about it.
Yes! All of our prospective adoptive families desire openness.
Under Indiana law parents do not need to be told. Once you’re pregnant, in the eyes of the court you are considered an adult regarding your pregnancy. Let’s talk. You decide.
An adoption plan is a plan. There is no final/ legal decision until after the baby is born. An adoption plan will include understanding your rights, options counseling, and may include choosing and getting to know the adoptive family and developing the right relationship for you. It includes communicating your wishes in a hospital plan and support at the hospital, regardless of your decision.
In Indiana, a consent for adoption may be signed after the child’s birth. Most hospitals require 24-48 hours prior to signing legal documents.
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Pregnant and Considering Adoption for Your Baby?
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