Why Should I Create an Adoption Plan in Arizona?
Choosing adoption for your child can be scary, but Adoption Choices of Arizona is here to make the adoption process easier by helping you create an adoption plan. As a birth mother, we will guide you through the adoption process and ensure that you are well taken care of before, during, and after birth. Adoption Choices of Arizona and its staff will help you navigate the adoption process and all of its nuances if you are ready to begin your adoption journey.
Why Should I Create an Arizona Adoption Plan?
Adoption Choices of Arizona is the best private adoption agency in Arizona to assist you with all of your adoption needs. We can start helping you immediately, and we will continue communication with you throughout the adoption process. Adoption Choices of Arizona presents its birth mothers with prospective adoptive families early in the adoption process. This is one of the most important parts of the adoption process, so we want to make sure you have plenty of time to make the best decision for yourself and your baby. If you cannot meet us in person, we can meet with you virtually. Additionally, we provide free counseling during and after your pregnancy.
What is an Adoption Plan?
Your adoption plan is part of the adoption process. The adoption process starts when you contact us to begin your adoption journey. Then, we will assign you your adoption specialist who will act as your guide during the adoption process. Next, you select a family to adopt your baby. After choosing your child’s adoptive family, you will eventually have to place your baby with their adoptive family. Finally, you are entitled to post-placement support if you need it.
An adoption plan is your personalized plan for adoption. It includes everything from the type of adoption you want to who you want to adopt your baby. Adoption plans are specific to each birth mother, and no two are alike. You should create an Arizona adoption plan because your adoption plan will detail everything you would like to happen in your adoption. We do not make these plans for you. Rather, we assist you in creating an adoption plan that you are satisfied with. Adoption plans also address any additional resources you may need, like financial or medical support.
The first step of the adoption plan is to contact Adoption Choices of Arizona. Our staff is waiting to help you begin your adoption process. We will assign you an adoption facilitator and complete any necessary paperwork. The next step of the adoption process is ensuring you have adequate medical care and financial support.
Your adoption facilitator will arrange safe housing for you if you need it. If eligible, we will also provide financial support for food, groceries, and rent expenses. Adoption Choices of Arizona will also ensure that you have sufficient medical care. If you do not have a doctor, we will help you find one. Your health and the health of your baby are of the utmost importance during this delicate time. You should not have to worry about basic necessities while you are pregnant, which is why Adoption Choices of Arizona tries to eliminate some of the additional stressors pregnancy can cause.
After we ensure your basic needs are met, it is time to choose an adoptive family for your baby. Do you want your child to have siblings? Do you care if the family is a single parent or two-parent household? Do you want them to grow up in a diverse neighborhood? Questions like these and others will help you determine who is best to adopt your baby. We never rush you through any part of the adoption process, and we want you to feel comfortable and empowered to make the best decisions.
If you choose an open or semi-open adoption, you will have the opportunity to meet with your child’s adoptive parents. This meeting can occur in person or virtually; that’s entirely up to you and your level of comfort. Unfortunately, you won’t be able to meet your child’s adoptive parents if you choose a closed adoption.
You are encouraged to remain in contact with your adoption specialist throughout your unplanned pregnancy. We just want to make sure that everything is going well and that there aren’t any major changes to your needs or wants regarding your adoption.
Finally, you place your baby with their adoptive family and sign the necessary paperwork to legally complete the adoption. You will receive updates and photographs of the baby via ChildConnect, which is a web-based program. Your expenses will continue to be paid up to six weeks after delivery.
We know you have choices when it comes to choosing a private adoption agency to place your baby up for adoption, but Adoption Choices of Arizona is your best option. We take care of all of our birth mothers from the beginning of the adoption process to long after the process is complete. You are our priority.
Contact Adoption Choices of Arizona Today!
With offices in Chandler, Gilbert, Mesa, Phoenix, Tempe, and Tucson, we have staff ready and waiting to assist you. Adoption Choices of Arizona prioritizes its birth mothers and thoroughly understands your needs throughout the adoption process. Contact Adoption Choices of Arizona today to begin your adoption journey. You’ll be glad you did!
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: Rayna Batiste is an alumna of the University of West Florida with a bachelor’s degree in Creative Writing. Having graduated with honors, she hopes to attend graduate school at New York University, majoring in Journalism. Rayna is also a United States Air Force veteran who enjoys watching documentaries about pretty much any subject, learning, and spending quality time with her family and friends. She is also a fitness enthusiast and an avid Peloton user.
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