Make an Adoption Plan in Your Circumstances
Being pregnant in jail is a complicated situation, but there are options for you to make the best choice for your baby born while you’re in prison.
If you have children in CPS custody, you may feel unsure of what your options are after finding out that you’re pregnant again. Here's what you need to know.
If you are in the military, you may be wondering what your options are for making an adoption plan. If you are deployed during the adoption, here is what you need to know.
If you are underage and considering "giving up" a baby for adoption, there are some things you should know about this process. Find out more here.
An unplanned pregnancy can happen to any woman, including women without U.S. citizenship. Here, find information about the adoption process if you’re an undocumented woman living in the United States.
Can anyone put a baby up for adoption, or do you have to meet special adoption requirements? Here’s what you need to know about the qualifications for adoption.
You may think that only younger women choose adoption, but that’s not true. If you are experiencing an unplanned pregnancy in your 20s, 30s or 40s, then adoption could still be an option.
Your situation is incredibly difficult, and we are here to help. There are resources for you and there can be hope for the future.
Can you still place a baby for adoption if you are pregnant and addicted to drugs? Yes, you can. And the process may help you find the help you need.
Are you considering placing a child who has special needs for adoption? Here’s what you need to know about how adoption works, and who can help.
Can you place multiple children for adoption at the same time? In some cases, yes. And if you do, you should find an agency that will keep them together.
What are the religious views on placing a child for adoption? If your faith is important to you, this question may be weighing on your mind. Here’s what to know about placing a baby for...
An unplanned pregnancy as a teenager can feel overwhelming. But there is hope for your future. Adoption is a way to move forward.
If you’re transgender and experiencing an unplanned pregnancy, you have options. If you’re considering transgender adoption, find out how to start the process.