Do I Get Paid to Put My Baby Up For Adoption in Arizona?
You are a woman who just discovered she has an unexpected pregnancy. Like a new birth mother in Arizona, you are panicking, wondering what you can do in this predicament. You may be contemplating adoption but are scrambling to think of how to pay for these new expenses that come with this pregnancy. Right now may not have been your time to have a child.
Whichever reason it may be, you hear that adoption agencies in Arizona help you financially when putting your child up for adoption. Adoption Choices of Arizona is an agency that wants to help you start your adoption process. However, know that putting your baby up for adoption to get paid is illegal.
We understand it can be a difficult situation, which is why Adoption Choices of Arizona offers unplanned pregnancy services that you can look into that are court-approved. We will go through each service in detail, so let us help you get started.
Financial Assistance and Food Programs
Adoption Choices of Arizona offers plenty of financial options for you. Your adoption specialist can help you plan a budget that is perfect for you. In addition, we provide loans and grants that you can apply for and see if you are eligible.
Part of our financial assistance is our food programs. Here are two programs that you can see if you are eligible for:
- Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP): See if you’re eligible to receive financial food support and healthy meals for birth mothers and families.
- Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infant, and Children (WIC): A free nutrition and breastfeeding program for nursing, pregnant women, and birth mothers. Even if you have given birth or not, this program offers accessible healthy food options.
If you have medical insurance, a primary doctor, or neither of those things, Adoption Choices of Arizona offers medical assistance. Part of your financial is that we offer to pay for your medical services. Part of this service can include offering a list of doctors for you to choose from. In addition, we can help plan your appointments. We want to make sure you and your child are healthy.
When planning your adoption, you will consult your doctor about scheduling your birth. Some of the things that need to be planned are:
- the location of the birth
- pain relief medication requirement
- which people are allowed in the delivery room
Arizona Housing Placement
We understand that financial instability may be one of your concerns as a birth mother. We offer the house if you are a birth mother who doesn’t have enough living space, doesn’t feel safe, or doesn’t even have a home. Our top priority is giving you a palace to stay in and feel comfortable and safe. We can show you a list of potential housing near you. For more information, go to our site.
Free Counseling Sessions
The stress and financial burdens can be a lot for you to handle. You may not have had the time to process all you are feeling about the baby, the adoption, and yourself. We offer free counseling 24/7 and are available for as long as you want it. We offer group therapy and one on one sessions. Our professional counselors to listen and actively help you find ways to cope, acknowledge, and understand your adoption, emotions, and feelings.
How Do I Decide on What Adoption Type is Best?
In addition to the wonderful services we offer, Adoption Choices of Arizona helps assist you with your adoption process, including unplanned pregnancy services and adoption types and finding the right adoptive family. Since we’ve covered our unplanned pregnancy services, let’s dive into your adoption types.
You’re a birth mother who wants to have a close, personal relationship with your child and adoptive family. You want to schedule consistent communication through video and phone calls, letters and emails with photographs, and in-person visits.
When you are considering not forming any relationship with the adoptive family or the child in the future. You think it’s best to choose a reliable, loving adoptive family to care for your child. You don’t want your personal life shared with anyone.
A birth mother who desires minimum communication. You just want some updates on your child’s upbringing. However, you want certain boundaries. Forms of contact can be mediated through Adoption Choices of Arizona. Through phone and video calls, professional emails and letters with pictures, and possible in-person visits can be communication.
Choosing the Right Adoption Plan for You
Next, you will have to decide what adoptive family fits your preference. You may have several qualities you want in an adoptive family. Every birth mother considers some common questions when planning an adoption plan.
- Do I want my adoptive parents to live nearby or farther?
- Is religion an important factor for me? Does the religion be the same as mine, or does it matter? What if I don’t have any religious values?
- Are race and ethnicity essential factors? Do I want the adoptive family to have a similar background to me or not?
- Should all the morals and values of the adoptive family be the same as mine?
- How do I want my child to be raised? Will the adoptive family I choose share my similar thoughts on upbringing or a few?
Adoption Choices of Arizona is a reliable agency that wants to help you financially. We understand that your intentions of receiving payment are valid. However, we will make sure to discuss all options with you. We will help you plan a budget and give you financial aid options that you are eligible for. Our unplanned pregnancy services are part of our adoption process. We hope you choose us as your reliable adoption agency in Arizona.
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!