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and considering adoption?

So you’re pregnant and it wasn’t planned. There is help for you here. LifeLong Adoptions can provide personal support throughout your pregnancy.

Not a birthmother? See our adoption page.
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An unplanned pregnancy can be scary and overwhelming, but we want you to know that you're not alone. If you’re thinking about adoption, there are a few things we want you to know first:

Adoption is your decision. Only you can choose what's best for you and your baby.

We're here to help you make your decision. No judgement, no pressure, and no rush.

Financial assistance with housing and other pregnancy-related expenses is available.

All of our services are 100% free, confidential, safe, and legal.

why choose lifelong adoptions?

why choose lifelong adoptions?

Nothing compares to the selflessness and love of a birthmother who chooses to give life to a hopeful family. For this reason, we here at LifeLong Adoptions feel that every expectant parent, whatever choice they make, deserves to be treated with respect and dignity. Our counseling specialists will provide the support and information you need to determine which option is best for you. Should you choose to place your baby for adoption through LifeLong Adoptions, our dedicated counselors will be with you every step of the way.

questions about adoption?

Whether you’ve already decided to place your baby for adoption or are still researching your options, you probably have a lot of questions. We have the answers for you.

  • Why choose adoption?

    Birthmothers come to us for many reasons. You may be unable to financially support a child. You may be at a place in your life where you are not emotionally ready. No matter what the reason, you are making this decision because you want what is best for your child. We understand this is a difficult choice, and we are here to support you 24/7. Adoption is a loving decision. It takes a great deal of love and sacrifice to even consider it. We can help you explore parenting and adoption and let you determine what is right for both you and your baby at this time in your life.

  • What is the difference between open adoption and semi-open adoption?

    In an open adoption, the birthmother may choose the adoptive family rather than having an agency choose one for her. We provide a large selection of loving families that are eager to adopt. Birthmothers may decide on the amount of contact they wish to have. Some birthmothers want letters and photos; others want visits and/or phone calls. The choice is up to you, and depends entirely on your needs and wants.

  • How are adoptive families screened?

    Every adoptive parent is thoroughly evaluated through a home study conducted by a licensed agency. The home study process includes assessments of their character, marital stability, financial situation, lifestyle, and medical history. The agency will run background checks to verify there is no record of criminal activity or child abuse. A social worker will also inspect the family’s home to ensure it is a safe environment for a child. We also require education for adoptive on adopting and parenting. Following the placement of a child into an adoptive home, a social worker will continue to monitor and supervise the family. We go to great lengths to make sure the families we offer you are going to be excellent parents for your baby.

  • Can I be involved in choosing the family for my baby?

    Yes! We encourage you to choose your baby’s adoptive family from the pool of families that we have approved. We will assist you in the initial contact with them. If you want to, you can spend time with them on your own to get to know them better. Many birthparents and adoptive families meet for dinner, go to doctor’s appointments together, talk on the telephone, and/or write to each other. You decide how open or private you want your relationship to be.

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