how hard is it to put a child up for adoption

How hard is it to place a child with an adoptive family? If you’ve been asking yourself this question, you may be surprised to learn that placing your child for adoption starts with one simple phone call.

Logistically, placing your baby for adoption can be simple, particularly if you work with an adoption agency. Emotionally, placing your child with an adoptive family can be difficult. However, adoption brings so much hope to both birth mothers and adoptive families.

When you work with Texas Adoption Center, your Adoption Specialist will be there to support you and guide you through it all. That’s right. Every tear. Every leap for job. Every signed paper. She’ll be there.

If you’ve been curious about the answer to the question ,how hard is it to place your child with an adoptive family?, here’s a look at what happens after you decide adoption is the right choice for you.

Reach Out to An Adoption Agency

You can reach out to an adoption agency whether or not you’ve officially decided to place your baby for adoption. Adoption agencies are a great resource and can answer all of your questions.

Our Adoption Specialists love connecting with birth mothers! When you call Texas Adoption Center, an adoption specialist can give you more information about all of your options. She’ll support you in whatever you decide! We only want the best for you and trust you to make the best decisions for you and your baby.

What Comes Next? Creating An Adoption Plan

When you decide to place your baby for adoption with Texas Adoption Center, your adoption specialist will help you create a customized adoption plan. You’ll be able to choose an open adoption, semi-open adoption, or closed adoption for your baby.

Open adoptions allow you to choose your child’s family and decide what kind of relationship you want to have with them. You can even start getting to know them and building a relationship with them before delivery if you’d like. With an open adoption, you have the option to keep up with the family. If you want to, you can visit them later down the road too!

Semi-open adoptions allow you to pick your child’s adoptive family. You have the option to meet them and get to know them below delivery and spend time with them and your baby at the hospital. If you’d like, you can receive pictures and letter updates from the family throughout your child’s life. However, there will be no personal visits or contact.

Closed adoptions are less common these days. You can decide how closed you want the adoption to be! Typically, though, we would choose a family for you baby and you wouldn’t meet or get to know them before your baby is born. After delivery, you generally won’t have any visits or receive any picture or letter updates.

We’re here to help you craft the perfect plan for YOU because every adoption plan is unique!

You Won’t Have to Worry

At Texas Adoption Center, we take care of our birth mothers. In short, you won’t have to worry about anything. We’re here to support you with whatever you need. We can help birth mothers find a safe place to stay and help them gain access to quality medical care.

In the past, we’ve helped birth mothers get to maternity-related appointments and helped out with utility bills, groceries, phone bills, laundry and personal care items. Additionally, of your pregnancy, labor, delivery and postpartum medical costs will be taken care of regardless of whether or not you have health insurance.

Whether you’re pregnant right now or you’ve already delivered, give us a call at 512.893.7943 or shoot us a text (emojis welcome) at 361.461.3742. We can’t wait to get to know you!

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