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Adoption Help – How do I get started?

Starting an adoption can be easier than you thought.  There are Ways we can help you and you have several Adoption choices. We will put you and your baby's needs first and help you in every way possible.

Over the past 45+ years our not-for-profit adoption agency and I have helped over 9000 birth parents and families from all 50 states and we are here to help you. We have a five-star rating on Google and you can always visit our testimonial pages (see the link on the right).

First Steps

Adoption: First Steps gives information on getting started with an adoption, the benefits of counseling, and the different types of child adoption.

We make sure your child is placed with the perfect family, your rights are protected, and that you get all the personal, legal, financial help, and medical help  that the law allows. Please visit the link "Ways we can help you".

Selecting the Agency

Selecting the Agency will help you look at the things to think about in choosing a child adoption agency.

You may also want to visit the sections Pregnancy Help and Government Help and view the information below.

Finding a Loving Family

Finding a Loving Family and making sure the family is what you want for your baby takes careful screening on your part and/or the adoption agency.

Home Study

A Home Study is an evaluation of the adopting person(s), their home and neighborhood, and much more.  It is an important document for you to be aware of.

Adoption Support Groups

Adoption Support Groups can help you so you do not feel alone in the adoption process. Here you will find a list of support groups for birth mothers and birth fathers for each state so you can find helpful emotional support.

Adoption and Emotional Issues

Adoption and Emotional Issues  talks about the help often needed regarding pregnancy, the birth of a child and the adoption process.

Placing with Relatives

Placing with Relatives is an option each birth parent has and it has its own pros and cons. Each state defines "relative" differently.

Step-Parent Adoptions

Step-Parent Adoptions are the most common form of adoption.

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