I’m Pregnant and Addicted. Can I Choose Adoption?
Adoption is an option that is open to everyone. If you are pregnant and addicted, you can choose adoption because, at Adoption Choices of Arizona, we are here to assist you with whatever you may need. We do not discriminate and we are always looking for the best options for you. You can depend on us and our team to assist you.
If you need adoption help now, please call or text us at 1-480-900-5520 or visit us at Adoption Choices of Arizona.
We understand that it is important to consider all of your options. To put your mind at ease, we have laid out solutions to assist you. We can help you with choosing the adoptive parents, with medical/financial services and with any emotional support you will need during your adoption journey.
- Choosing Adoption and Choosing the Adoptive Parents
Adoption is not a simple process, but regardless of what you may need, our specialized staff is here to help you. If you are not sure about choosing adoption, you can always call us and we will get someone to talk to you. Once you have decided to go through the adoption process, our adoption counselors and caseworkers will help you to find a suitable adoptive family for you. If you are pregnant and addicted, you need not worry because there are many adoptive families who are waiting to love your child and give him or her their best chance at life.
You will always have options, and we ensure that you are made aware of this through the many adoption services that we provide. You are never alone. So, if you are worried if adoption is an option for you — don’t be. Adoption is most definitely an option for you. Concerned about what type of adoption to choose? If you’ll qualify for financial assistance? You’re in good hands! We have all that information for you and more! We are here to assist you, regardless of the circumstance.
- The Medical and Financial Services Available to You
If you are pregnant and addicted, we have financial assistance that is available to you. If you are found eligible, our adoption agency and the adoptive family could help you cover court-approved living expenses such as:
- Prenatal care
We want to make sure that you have everything you need, and that you are comfortable throughout your adoption journey. We will help you have all the support that you need.
- The Emotional Support You will Gain
At our agency, you will also have the opportunity to take advantage of our free counseling services. If you aren’t completely sure that you want to place your child for adoption, you can meet with one of our adoption counselors. This will provide you with a safe, nonjudgmental and confidential space to process your thoughts and emotions, and learn more about your available unplanned pregnancy options.
Your health and safety — and that of your baby — is a priority to us. We understand how emotional and complex facing an unwanted pregnancy and choosing adoption can be. So, we want you to know that Adoption Choices of Arizona is here for you no matter what.
You are Never Alone through the Adoption Journey
When you decide to place your baby for adoption with our adoption agency, whether you are homeless and pregnant or otherwise, you will be treated with respect, empathy and compassion. Our trained specialists are here to help you no matter what, and will guide you through every step of the adoption process and beyond.
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 an prospective adoptive family hoping to adopt a baby, please instead, visit us here!
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