These adoption websites and resources will help you further explore the option of adoption:
Nationwide adoption center both for those who are thinking of placing their baby for adoption, and for those who have turned to adoption as the result of infertility.
Open adoption today is based on trust and an honest relationship between the adoptive parents and the birth parents.
Adoption information and assistance for African American adoptive families and birthparents.
A short book that describes the adoption process to parents considering placing their baby or child up for adoption
- Called to Adoption
New book for Christians who feel called by the Lord to adopt
Exploring the myth that adoption means giving your baby away
An organization offering maternity clothing and other items to women considering adoption
Assistance for college women facing an unplanned pregnancy. College Pregnancy Help is able to provide them with information about making an adoption plan for their baby.
Adoption articles, information, and help for women who are choosing adoption.
To get your adoption questions answered right away, please call the National Adoption Hotline at 1-800-923-6602.
Check out what others have had to say about National Adoption Hotline:
“I never thought of choosing adoption as a way of giving my baby something. It seemed like I’d just be losing my child. But the staff at National Adoption Hotline have let me know that there are families who would treat me like extended family, wow! I can always be a part of my baby’s life through visits. I can’t believe I almost missed the opportunity to give my baby this life.”