Adoption Support Groups For Birth Mothers in North Carolina
Below is a list of adoption support groups and websites for a North Carolina birth mother. We know you may be going through a difficult time, and that you may need someone to talk to.
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Search the resources below and hopefully you will find North Carolina adoption information and a North Carolina adoption support group that meets your needs. Do not be surprised if the list below provides limited adoption support groups and information since, all too often, not many of these resources exist.
North Carolina Adoption Support Groups and Information
Birthmom Buds is an organization and website that provides peer counseling, support, encouragement, and friendship to birth mothers as well as pregnant women considering adoption.
Community Baby Center is a group where you can come talk and celebrate the lives that birth mothers and the families that have been created because of adoption.
Concerned United Birth Parent (CUB) provides support for a birth mother or birth father who has already relinquished a child to adoption.
DailyStrength provides an online community of support to discuss various adoption related topics.
North Carolina Social Services can help you with issues of pregnancy, parenting, foster care, and adoption.
Pregnancy And Children is a comprehensive website that can help any woman who wants to know more about her pregnancy and about the child she has delivered or may give birth to in the near future.
The American Adoption Congress (AAC) is an International organization devoted to family connections and has support group information for most states.
211 or call 2-1-1, a 24/7 toll free confidential phone service that helps people across North America find local resources. Many states use 211 to list adoption support groups and resources for birthparents, adoptive families, and adoptees.