A birth mother or birth father who is considering placing a child for adoption is faced with one of the most difficult choices they will ever face.
Often a birth parent can use some information, help and support in making the decision of whether to raise the baby themselves, or place the child or adoption.
My goal is to help you regardless of what you decide. Accordingly, I have developed the following websites that can help you:
provides you with information about a non-profit adoption agency that is licensed in multiple states. Adoption Services is able to help a birth mother living in any state, or even
a U.S. birth mother who is living overseas, with a full array of adoption services. Adoption Services has helped over 9,000 birth mothers, birth fathers, and adopting persons and, over the years,
has completed almost 1,000 adoptive placements. You can contact Adoption
Services 7-days a week, 365 days a year. All services to birth mothers, birth fathers and pregnant women are free and there is never any obligation on your part. All calls are confidential.
will help any woman who pregnant or may have already given birth to a child. The website will be a valuable resource whether you are planning to raise your child or are going to place your child for
PregnancyAndChildren.com was created to help any woman who wants to know more about pregnancy and about the child she
has delivered or may give birth to in the near future.
Mother Assistance can assist a pregnant women or new mother with information geared to her state of residence.
will provide you with parental rights information and with the adoption laws of your state of residence.