Mother and Child Safety
If you or your child is in danger, there are safe places to go and people who will help protect you and your child.
View the video below and call or contact us and get help from the links below:
Infant Safe Havens
A Home Study is an evaluation of the adopting person(s), their home and environment, and much more. It is a critical document for you to be aware of if you are considering adoption.
Infant Safe Haven
Infant Safe Havens exist in almost every state. These are places you can leave your child.
Child Abuse: A child is all too often the victim of physical, emotional, and/or sexual abuse. If you are the parent of a child and feel so stressed or depressed that you are afraid of hurting a child or someone else close to you, please call our Agency or one of these resources.
Domestic violence can be reduced or prevented. Check out these resources that help anyone involved in a domestic violence situation.
Shelters for pregnant women and their babies in the U.S. and in Canada (Acws.ca) are provided by both government and private agencies.
Additional Areas of Interest
PreventChildAbuse is discusses prevention efforts at both the national and local levels.
Your state child welfare agency can also help protect you and your child.
Adoption Services is a fully licensed non-profit adoption agency that helps birth mothers living anywhere. Adoption Services has helped over 9000 birth parents and families. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions or if you want our guidance or help. We can make sure your child is placed with the perfect family, your rights are protected, and that you receive all the financial assistance and medical help as well as other types of help that the law allows.
Please visit our home page to read about our help to you and other pregnant women and birth mothers free of charge regardless of whether you place a child for adoption or intend on raising your child yourself. And please visit the link "Ways we can help you".
We Can Help a Birth Mother Living in Any State
We are licensed in multiple states and are able to help a birth mother, birth father, and adopting family living in any of the 50 U.S. states.