is a BRAVE choice
You know you are not ready to be a parent...but you also don't think abortion is for you.
Adoption could be the right choice.
Making an adoption plan for the child you are carrying allows you to make the best plans possible for your life and the life of the child.
It is perfectly OK to be worried about your financial stability, family situation and future plans. Adoption is a viable option for women facing an unplanned pregnancy.
Did you know that throughout the adoption process, YOU are in control?
There are many families
ready and willing to financially support and raise a child in a loving and stable home. A lot of families are unable to grow their family biologically. Your pregnancy could be the answer to someone’s prayers.
Studies indicate that for every one abortion in the U.S., there are at least two couples looking to adopt. The choice is in your hands.
When you make an adoption plan, you choose the family that will raise the child. Plus, you decide how much or how little involvement you will have in the life of the child as it grows. You have the right to create the plan that works for you and your life.
When you set up an appointment with The Refuge Center, our trained client advocates will try to answer any questions you may have. If you feel adoption is best for you, we will provide you with referrals to local reputable adoption agencies. These compassionate agencies have many years of experience helping women make an adoption plan and will walk with you hand in hand through the process and beyond.
Schedule an appointment with one of our caring staff members. We will sit with you and have a confidential conversation about your options. You have time to think and make the choice that works for your individual situation.
Can I still choose to make an adoption plan after giving birth?
What is Safe Haven and where do I find a location to surrender the baby?
What is the difference between making and adoption plan and Foster Care?
You may have questions...
Wanting to Adopt?
Those who found this page, seeking to adopt should consider consulting an attorney with adoption law experience or a local adoption agency to begin your steps toward adopting.