I’m pregnant; now what? If you are facing an unplanned pregnancy or are not in a situation to parent a newborn, you have options. You may be considering putting your child up for adoption. We are the Arizona adoption center that can help! Adoption Choices of Arizona works with expectant women in Arizona as well as our neighboring states: California, Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, Nevada, and across the United States!
Sometimes the father of the baby is not around or refuses to take responsibility. Perhaps you are struggling to make ends meet or trying to further your education. You might be interested in building Arizona families and providing a family with a newborn baby. Maybe you are already parenting a child and you know you cannot take on the further responsibility of raising another child. DCS might be undesirably involved in your decisions. Even if you are struggling with drugs and/or alcohol…
No matter your case, giving your baby up for adoption is not giving up. Adoption can be a positive and loving experience for all concerned. Adoption comes at no-cost to birth mothers and you are giving the most self-less gift. Additionally, you can receive financial support for choosing adoption.
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Is your baby already born? Adoption is still an option!
If you are searching for the best adoption agencies in Arizona, you have found us and we can help:
They were so awesome the staff helped me and my boyfriend when we were in a really harsh predicament. We were both on the streets. As soon as I called, they got us right into a motel. They helped with food, money in general for laundry, and rides so I could get to work. They were always there when I felt lonely and anxious about my adoption; they supported us all the way with my family being against me. But even in the embarrassing part of giving birth when the adoptive parents were there I had so much help, had so much love. And nearly almost passed out from the loss of blood. Thank you for being amazing, intelligent, and strong, wonderful, woman, almost like Wonderwoman, and so so helpful I thank you again definitely will recommend to other people.
Alicia – Birth Mother
Stephanie is amazing, my wife and started our adoption journey with her and she has been the greatest help we could of asked for!!! We were living in a shady motel and she got us out of that situation and got us into a very nice apartment! She is always checking up on us making sure we are ok and doing well! She has gone above and beyond to help out!!! Adoption choices of Arizona is amazing! If i could give 10 stars i would! Thank you again Stephanie for everything you have done!!!
Adoption Choices of Arizona was AWESOME! I was matched up with one of their birth mom’s through Adoption Choices of Texas and I was blessed with this little bundle of joy! The staff was amazing and always willing to answer my questions and talk me through anything I didn’t understand. I also love the way they really look out after their birth mom’s and help them with any problems or issues they may be facing as well. Class act organization and I could not be happier with how things worked out. Thank you Liz and Stephanie!
As you’re searching for an adoption plan, you want to ensure your beloved child ends up in good hands. Adoption Choices of Arizona welcomes all types of families and family dynamics!
Every family that works with us is required to go through a very thorough screening process called a “home study”. In this process they have to do background checks with their names and fingerprints, submit letters of reference and proof of financial security, and they have to meet with a social worker in their home to do an evaluation.
We do not discriminate based upon race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability, or other applicable legally protected characteristics.
Here are a few of the common ones that we get, along with answers to the questions. Contact us if any of your questions are not answered here.
The choice of adoption is a positive alternative to an unplanned pregnancy. Many women who find themselves in a crisis pregnancy situation do not search out all of their options. You may be financially unable to support a child or if you are already raising children, unable to support another child. You may be at a place in your life where you are not emotionally ready to care for a new baby.
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Yes, you have the option of approving the parents who will be adopting your baby. Each family makes a picture profile, which is a mini-scrap book that tells you about their lives. The profiles we will present to you are filled with photos of the family, their vacations, their home, hobbies and much more. It may also include a “Dear Birth Mother” letter that addresses other frequently asked questions such as their likes and dislikes, as well as their desires for you and your child.
The preferences that you have for parents for your child are matched with profiles of families that have similar preferences. Open adoption, closed adoption, families with no children, families with children, gay couples, and religious preference are all factors that you control. The one thing they all have in common is a desire to be a parent and make a lifelong commitment to love your child unconditionally.
Yes, if the birth father will not give his consent, or if you are unable to locate him, the attorney for the agency will complete the legal process to terminate his parental rights. Our Adoption Counselors will explain the process or we can put you in touch with an attorney who will explain the termination process.
You and your baby are connected by the placenta and umbilical cord. Nearly everything that enters your body will be shared with your baby. This means that any drug you use will also affect your baby. A fetus is very sensitive to drugs and can’t eliminate drugs as effectively as you can. Consequently, the chemicals can build up to extremely high levels in the baby’s system and cause permanent damage.
Using drugs during pregnancy can result in the following:
low birth weight
sudden infant death syndrome
drug dependency in the baby
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Openness in adoption refers to the amount of contact among birth parents, adoptive parents, and the adopted child. The amount of contact may vary from family to family and, within a family, may change over time. This communication may range from little or no contact to mediated contact through a third party, anonymous email…
“When I was a sophomore in high school, I sat in a desk in my health class and listened to a girl speak to us about her journey of adoption. She got pregnant at 18 years old, right after she graduated. She continued to tell us that she loved her daughter so much. She couldn’t give her everything she wanted to give her child…
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