Adoption Services: Unplanned Pregnancy Options
If you are in the process of deciding whether adoption is right for you and your baby, we want to make sure you understand all of your options, whether or not you finally choose adoption.
Pact helps birth parents to find families yearning to adopt their African American, Latino, Asian, Native American and multiracial children born anywhere in the United States. Pact recruits families who want to adopt children of color as their first choice.
There are many elements to consider when you are facing an unplanned pregnancy. Maybe you are just beginning to explore your pregnancy options. Maybe you feel sure that an adoption plan is best for your child. Perhaps you hope for ongoing contact with your child after adoption placement known as Open Adoption, or maybe you want to minimize your involvement.
In Open Adoption, expectant parents are able to select the adoptive family their baby will be placed with, and have the option to stay in contact with them and their child throughout the child’s life. Click to learn more about: Open Adoption.
Whatever your feelings, we can help. We can help you consider and work through the complex issues of your unplanned pregnancy and we will respect your needs for privacy. We can also assist you in understanding your legal rights and can arrange for counseling, medical and legal adoption services. Pact's adoption services are always provided free of charge to expectant firstname.lastname@example.org, and let us know the best way to reach you.
If you want to start working with Pact right away, we can begin to help you as soon as we have received your Birth Parent Forms, which will help us learn about you and your situation, as well as satisfy legal requirements for adoption. Once we have received your forms, the next step is Consultation, where we talk with you about your pregnancy options. If you decide to make an adoption plan, we will move forward into the Placement process. Pact works with families looking to adopt children of color as their first choice. If you do place your child, Pact staff will remain available to you for consultations during and after placement.
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