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Adopt My Baby: How the Arizona Adoption Process Works

If you’re a birth mother looking to place your baby up for adoption in Arizona, Adoption Choices of Arizona is here to help. An unplanned pregnancy can turn your world upside down, but that’s why we help you build an adoption plan to make the adoption process in Arizona easy. Adoption ultimately can help you, your child, and a family who maybe cannot conceive a child at all. The adoption process takes considerable time, and we know you have enough on your mind. That’s why we’re here to help guide you through the process.

Our Adoption Choices birth mother website also is filled with more resources to help you in the adoption process.

If you need adoption help now, please call or text us at 1-480-900-5520 or visit us at Adoption Choices of Arizona.

1: Call or text Adoption Choices of Arizona

One of our Adoption Specialists is ready to help you start the adoption process in Arizona. On the call, we can schedule the first meeting with your adoption specialist. Whether you are nine months to term or full term, we have the knowledge you need to make an informed decision. To learn more about the adoption process in Arizona or to start building your adoption plan contact us today!

2: Do your paperwork

We know that this isn’t your favorite step; it isn’t our favorite step either. No need to fret— your Adoption Specialist will help you understand the forms and information you need. We are here to make placing your baby for adoption as seamless as possible, and the best way to do that is to make sure we get the little details right too. This way, we can provide important services like providing and an attorney and paying for legal fees.

3: Get the resources you need

It’s so important to make sure you get proper healthcare and have access to food and shelter during your pregnancy. Adoption Choices of Arizona provides a variety of resources to keep you safe and healthy. We can help you financially with expenses, transportation, and a doctor for your pregnancy. If you’re worried at all about homelessness or paying for food, our specialists can help you get aid from programs like SNAP and WIC.

4: Find an adoptive family that’s right for your child

Placing your child for adoption doesn’t mean you don’t care— that’s why we make sure you get a say when finding adoptive families. Your specialist will find families looking to adopt a baby and match them with your parameters. You always are in control and can even ask for a new selection of families if you’re having trouble deciding. Once you have a match with another Arizona family, your Adoption Specialist will work with you both to find a meeting time if you’re interested. Once you have chosen a family, your specialist will keep you both in touch during the rest of your pregnancy.

Remember, if you’re ever unsure about the birth family you’re choosing, you can always get help from friends and family and take some more time. You can read here if you’d like more tips on choosing adoptive parents for your child as well.

5: Prepare for the birth of the baby

Before the due date, your specialist can help you build a comprehensive but straightforward hospital plan. Want music played in your hospital room? Do you need a few extra pillows to make you feel comfortable? Your specialist has your back and will help make your stay as painless as possible.

After the birth, your specialist will advocate for you in the hospital. The adoptive family will take the baby home, and Adoption Choices will continue to help you financially for six weeks. You also can choose to communicate with the adoptive family after the birth.

Choosing Adoption for Your Pregnancy in Arizona

We know putting a child up for adoption isn’t a choice made lightly. It feels as if you have a million and one problems, and pregnancy seems to bring a thousand more to add to the pile. But that’s why we’re committed to helping birth mothers through this adoption process as much as we can. Our Adoption Specialists provide critical help, support, and advice to you at every stage. We’ll make sure your paperwork is in order and find an adoptive family you’ll know the right one for your child.

If Adoption Choices is right for you, you can always call or text Adoption Choices of Arizona at 480-900-5520. If you have more questions or aren’t ready to call, check out the rest of our website and our FAQ section.

For adoption resources or to begin your adoption journey, birth parents can visit us at Adoption Choices of Arizona or call or text us at 1-480-900-5520. If you are a prospective adoptive family hoping to adopt a baby, please instead, visit us here!

Joshua Boulet Meet the author: Joshua Boulet is an aspiring journalist and writer with a particular fondness for research and social sciences. He loves music, writing, reading, video games and most art, and anything creative he can get his hands on. Boulet believes that there’s too much good stuff out there and not enough time to see it all. He grew up on video games: the classic Sonic the Hedgehog games, Mario Kart, Marvel Ultimate Alliance, and Legend of Zelda. The music of rhythm games led him to an interest in that, and the investigative journalism of Jason Schreier inspired him to discover the importance of journalism as an industry. That interest in developers’ lives led him to an interest in social justice and how the world could maybe be made into a better place. “All this to say, there is certainly a line I can draw between me obsessively playing Sonic the Hedgehog 2 and me interviewing my sociology professor about how to read academic articles. Those surprising through lines fascinate me all the same. At my best, I’m a person who gets to be constantly fascinated by the lives and work of other people.” His favorite quote is from his favorite jazz musician: “A genius is the one most like himself” – Thelonious Monk.