Arizona Private Adoption Services
Are you going through an unplanned pregnancy and considering placing your child up for private adoption in Arizona? Have you seen the services offered by private adoption agencies in Phoenix, Arizona? If you consider placing your child up for adoption, know that your agency’s services may include counseling, legal representation, aid with your adoption agreement, aid with finances and housing, and aid with choosing your child’s adoptive family. Adoption Choices of Arizona is a great agency we hope you may consider. We are a great agency that is dedicated to aiding our birth mothers through their adoption journeys.
If you need adoption help now, please call or text us at 1-480-900-5520 or visit us at Adoption Choices of Arizona.
Child Adoption Aid: Counseling
Arizona private adoption can provide on-site counseling or connections to nearby counseling services. Whether you need help with grief, anxiety, postpartum depression, your Arizona adoption agency caseworker can help you with treatment or a referral to an off-site counselor. There is no shame in needing help with your mental health. Mental health is just as important as physical health and can, in fact, affect your physical health at times.
Arizona Child Adoption Legal Aid
If you are considering putting your child up for adoption, your agency can also provide legal aid or connect you with legal representation if you need it. Your caseworker is here to support you and stand up for your rights. This could extend to creating your adoption agreement, your needs throughout your pregnancy and following your child’s adoption, or any other scenarios you feel you need extra help with. If you need any representation in terms of discrimination against your pregnancy at work or school, your caseworker and legal representation can represent and defend your right to work and education.
Private Adoption Agreement
As mentioned above, if you are considering putting your child up for adoption, your caseworker can help you with your adoption agreement. This details your level of communication with your child and your family in the future. If you decide to have a future relationship with your child and their adoptive family, we suggest agreeing on an open or semi-open adoption agreement. This means you have the opportunity to visit, call, or write to your child in the future. If you would prefer to have no contact with your child in the future, you can choose a closed adoption agreement. As a birth mother, you have the right to an adoption agreement and visitation rights if that is what you have decided on and agreed to with your child’s adoptive family.
Adoption Aid: Finances & Living Expenses
Your Phoenix agency caseworker can also aid in finding and providing you housing throughout your pregnancy and recovery post-delivery. In addition to housing, utilities, rent, and transportation to any doctor’s appointments can also be provided by your Arizona adoption agency. The funding for these services can be provided by your agency or through your child’s adoptive family.
Any money from your child’s adoptive family can be placed into a trust account through your agency caseworker in order to distribute the funds in whatever ways you may need throughout and following your pregnancy. You may use this money for groceries, rent, utilities, or other living expenses, as well as any medical or counseling fees you may have during and post-pregnancy.
Choosing Your Child’s Family
Your private adoption process can also help you in your search for your child’s adoptive family. While you can find prospective families through online ads in many child adoption blogs and social media sites, your agency can also present prospective adoptive family profiles for you to search through. Each family presented to you is vetted through home studies, financial background checks, criminal background checks, and interviews. Any families you may find who were not presented to you by the agency could also be vetted by the agency with the same precise methodologies to ensure caring, adequate families may be potential adoptive parents to your child.
Think about the type of people you would like to raise and care for your child. Since you are able to choose who may raise your child, think of who you may or may not wish to care for your baby in the future. For instance, if you would prefer a married couple rather than a single parent, you can take this into consideration when deciding who to choose and who to not choose for a prospective adoptive family.
Arizona Private Adoption
Adoption Choices of Arizona understands the importance adoption agency services represent. Services like counseling, legal representation, adoption agreements, financial aid, and choosing your child’s adoptive family are all very important and all offered by us. We are committed to our birth mothers, and we will be by your side every step of the way. If you want to know more about our services, call us today!
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!
Meet the author: Carly is a recent graduate of Connecticut College with a dual degree in Psychology and Italian Studies. Graduating Cum Laude with honors in both Psychology and Italian departments, Carly has a background in gender-related research through the Connecticut College Psychology Department and Honors Theses Program. When not trying to figure out life or working, Carly is reading historical fiction novels or playing with her black cat, Isabelle.