1. What is open or semi-open adoption?
2. Why choose adoption?
Whatever your decision is, you are ultimately going to be the primary caregiver and the person that will need to take care of your child. This can be a sacrifice for many years to come. Some women are ready for this commitment, but some women realize the time is not right for them to become a parent. For these women, adoption is the most sensible decision they can make for their child and their future.
3. Are there any costs to me?
4. What if I go into labor and have not made an adoption plan?
5. How do I know whether the couple I place my baby with are good people?
6. What if my child is older; can I still make an adoption plan?
There are loving families seeking children of all ages and races. Just call the National Adoption Hotline at 1-800-923-6602. They will work hard to find just the right family for you to interview for the adoption. You will be able to decide on the contact you wish after the placement.
7. What if my child has a disability or medical issue, would there be any adoptive families willing to adopt him? I don’t want him to go into the foster care system.
Just call the National Adoption Hotline at 1-800-923-6602 and receive details on how to get started. There is a home for every child.