Is anyone willing to adopt a newborn baby?
If you’re pregnant and considering placing your baby for adoption, this question has most likely run through your mind. The answer is a resounding YES!
Unplanned pregnancy delivers more than a baby; it can be gut-wrenching, a roller coaster of emotions. This becomes especially true if you feel like you aren’t ready to be a parent, and are considering placing your baby for adoption.
Texas Adoption Center supports birth mothers every step of the way. We’ll help you find an amazing family and home for your child to grow up in a loving and safe space.
What to Expect From Texas Adoption Center
Our team happily serves birth moms across the state of Texas, supporting them with a variety of services, including counseling, transportation, housing, and financial assistance.
Our Adoption Specialists are incredible, loving women who will listen to your story and welcome you with open arms. When you work with Texas Adoption Center, you are in control. As a birth mother, you have rights, and we want to make sure you know exactly what those rights are so you can make decisions that are best for you.
We will guide you through the adoption process, informing you about all of your options every step of the way. When you work with us, you can expect transparency, professionalism, and friendliness!
You Can Choose the Types of Adoption You Want
When you decide to place your baby for adoption, you’ll be able to choose from three types of adoption. Each option is unique, just like every adoption story! We will support you in whatever you choose. Here are the three types of adoption we help with.
Open adoptions have many benefits because it allows you to make the decisions every step of the way. Firstly, in an open adoption, the birth mother and the adoptive parents can get to know each other if the birth mother wants to. With this option, you can choose your baby’s adoptive parents and build a relationship with them during your pregnancy. After your baby is born, you have the opportunity to receive pictures and letters from the adoptive family throughout your child’s life as well as visit your child if you wish.
Semi-open adoptions are similar to open adoptions. You’ll have the option to choose your baby’s adoptive family and communicate with them prior to delivery. After delivery, you can receive pictures and letter updates. However, you won’t be able to visit your child in person as they grow up, nor can you have direct contact with the family.
With closed adoptions, birth mothers have minimal to no interaction with their baby’s adoptive parents. Your Adoption Specialist will choose your baby’s birth parents and coordinate the adoption. You won’t receive any updates about your child throughout their life. However, as the birth mother, you get to choose just how closed you want the process to be.
Our Support Services
We offer many support services to help you feel confident in your decision and empowered to take on your future. Here are just some of the services we provide birth mothers:
Your adoption specialist is there to give you emotional support during this difficult time in your life. Their purpose is to be your rock, giving you advice when you want it, being someone you feel comfortable talking to, and someone who will be there with you every step of the way. If you choose to meet the adoptive parents, she will be right by your side. When you are at the hospital ready to give birth, she’ll be there too.
Along the way, your adoption specialist, along with the rest of our team at Texas Adoption Center, will provide you with adoption-related counseling, education, and referrals, so you get the help you need.
Texas Adoption Center can take a look at your financial situation to see if there are areas where they can help you out. We might help you pay for groceries, utilities, phone, laundry, personal care, or other.
Housing and Transportation
If you live in an unsafe place, we can help you find a safe, stable living arrangement. Ultimately, we want you to feel safe and secure as your baby grows.
Additionally, if you don’t have a means of transportation, we can help you get to your doctor’s appointments and get to other pregnancy-related errands. This might include giving you rides or providing you with bus passes or transportation money.
Medical Care and Health Insurance
You deserve the best medical care! If you don’t have a doctor, we can help you find one! If you don’t have health insurance, we can work on getting you covered. When you work with us, all of your pregnancy, labor, delivery, and postpartum medical costs will be covered.
Is Anyone Willing to Adopt a Newborn Baby?—Yes!
One of the first steps of the adoption process is choosing a family to place your baby with. In fact, there are tons of loving, caring people looking to adopt a baby. We work with so many amazing adoptive families who can’t wait to welcome a new child into their lives. Browse through our adoptive family profiles to learn about some of the wonderful people looking to grow their family through adoption. If you don’t see a couple you’re looking for, please reach out to us! We have many other families waiting who are not on our website.
In the end, the choice is yours. When you are looking for adoptive parents, we know it’s important you find the perfect family for your baby.
Your Texas Adoption Center Family
If you’re considering adoption, it’s natural to feel nervous, unsure, and even conflicted. Perhaps you feel like placing your baby for adoption means you’re letting your baby, your family, or yourself down. At Texas Adoption Center, we believe placing your baby for adoption is one of the bravest, beautiful, and loving things you can do for your child. However, the choice is always yours.
When you work with us, you become part of our family. We’ll always be here to do everything possible for you and your child, no matter the decision you make. It’s not just about asking the question, “Is anyone willing to adopt a newborn baby?” It’s about finding the best, most loving people looking to adopt a baby!
Call us today at (512) 893-7943 or send us a text at (361) 461-3742. We can’t wait to hear from you! Don’t be afraid. There’s no judgment here—only love, hope, and helpfulness. Reach out today!