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I have a lot of respect for my birth mother. I know she must have had a lot of love for me to want to give what she thought was a better change
— Faith Hill

Because you have questions, below are questions that are commonly asked about adoption. You don't have to decide this minute. Someone is always available once you have made up your mind. Whether you are a few weeks pregnant or in your last trimester, we work with women at every stage of pregnancy, even after the baby has been born. 

  • I don't have a lot of money and very little help. Can you help me with my rent and other expenses?
  • I am no longer with the father of my baby, does he have to be involved?
  • Who's name will be on the birth certificate?
  • Do I have to tell the father that I am placing the baby for adoption?
  • How do I find the right family to adopt my baby?
  • Can I sign my rights over now?
  • Can I change my mind after I've signed the consent?
  • My baby's father wants to sign over his rights now, can he do that?
  • I am not 18 yet, can I still place my baby for adoption?
  • What are the different types of adoption?