Choosing Adoption For Your Baby

Facing an unplanned pregnancy can be one of the most overwhelming experiences a woman can face. Before you read any further, we want you to know that Adoption Associates is here to support you 24/7.

Our social workers and adoption counselors care deeply for you and your baby, and will walk with you every step of the way.

Adoption gives your baby the opportunity to have the best life possible. Choosing adoption is nothing to be ashamed of, and Adoption Associates wants to break the stigma. This is why we wanted to share with you these positive stories of the courageous women and parents who chose adoption for their child.
There is no question about it; adoption is one of the hardest, most difficult decisions a parent may ever face. But, it’s also one of the most selfless and loving things they can do.
Every woman experiences a mix of emotions when finding out she is pregnant, but we believe that no woman should ever feel ashamed about choosing adoption. For Ashley, she knew that adoption was the best decision for everyone involved. Watch the video below to learn more about Ashley’s decision.

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Why Choose Adoption?

There are many reasons a pregnant woman, or parent, might want to place her child for adoption with a loving family:
  • The desire to provide a positive and safe environment for your baby.
  • The desire for the child to have a different upbringing with better opportunities than you did.
  • The desire to help build a family for someone else.
  • Parenting isn’t the right option for you at this time in your life.
  • Financial reasons – you might not be able to afford to raise the baby, possibly because you have other children.

Before you make a decision about whether to move forward with the adoption process, it’s important that you know how the process works. Our experienced and caring adoption counselors can guide you. Please call 616-667-0677 or text 248-919-8094. Or, complete the contact form to let us know how we can help you. We’re available 24/7. Adoption Associates provides 100% free and confidential support.

Getting Started

Contact us today to learn more about choosing adoption for your baby.

“I’m Considering Making an Adoption Plan For My Baby, But I Have So Many Questions about How It Works.”

Every day, we hear from expectant mothers thinking about adoption.
Here are some of the most common questions they ask us, and answers that you may find helpful.

Common Questions About Adoption

Why do I need to work with an agency?

An agency can assist you with your needs during  pregnancy. We can provide counseling, assist you in choosing a family for your baby,  take care of legal work, and assist with medical expenses if needed.

Can I choose a family for my baby?

Yes. We have many prospective adoptive couples who have been studied and approved. You might also want to choose a friend or someone who has been recommended to you.

How soon after birth will my baby go to the adaptive parents I choose?

This will depend on your choice, the legal aspects of the adoption, and the cooperation of the birth father.  Many birth mothers want their baby  placed with the family by the time they leave the hospital. The agency can also provide temporary care, if needed, with a host family.

How do I know my baby will be well cared for if I choose host family care?

Adoption Associates, Inc. has several selected families who provide excellent pre-adoptive host family care. These families have been working with us for a long time and are loving, caring homes. We can share photos and information about them if you are interested.

Will I able to see my baby in the hospital?

Yes. Your caseworker will work with you to make a well thought-out hospital plan. You will have the opportunity to decide ahead of time about the amount of contact you would like with your baby.