Birth mothers often find it challenging to deal with their unplanned pregnancies. Many of them do not even know what they will do next. Can you give a baby up for adoption? The answer is YES. You can place your child up for adoption if you cannot parent the baby. You are not “giving away” or “giving up” your baby, but trying to offer them the life they deserve. Adoption is a loving and courageous choice; not everyone can think about it.
At Courageous Hearts Adoptions, we treasure birth moms and know you are passionate about your child’s well-being. Your child will be our first priority. Our team members have personal experience with adoption. So, they will easily understand your concerns. An unintended pregnancy is always overwhelming. We make sure the adoption process gets better for birth mothers.
How Does the Adoption Process Work
If you discover an unplanned pregnancy, you can talk to us. We are just a call away from you. No matter what your situation is, we are ready to help you. Call us at (317) 964-3365 to discuss further.
Meet With a Counselor or a Caseworker
Our counselors can be a great help and resource for you. Share your concerns with them and get all the answers.
Create an Adoption Plan
Creating an adoption plan is a crucial step in your adoption journey. There are three types of adoption plans available for pregnant women:
· Open adoption
· Semi-open adoption
· Closed adoption
Select the one that best suits you and your child.
All the adoptive parents listed on our website are pre-screened and home study-approved.
Choose the Level of Openness
You can choose how much or little you want to be involved in your child’s life after placement.
Our team is here to help you before and after placement. Contact CHA for more information on the adoption process.
Positive Adoption Language Disclaimer –
We understand that using words such as “give up” or “put up” to describe adoption can be hurtful and inappropriate. However, we must include these words in our blog posts to appear in expectant moms’ Google search results. While we promote positive adoption language, many expectant moms that come to us at first do not understand what that means. Therefore, our blog posts may use the language they understand, such as “how do I give up my baby for adoption” or “how do I put up my baby for adoption,” in order to explain how to create an adoption plan for their baby.