Choosing Adoption as a Pregnant Teenager
So, you’ve just found out you’re pregnant. You’re busy with school, work, and friends, and raising a baby is the last thing on your mind. You’re not sure how this is going to affect the rest of your life. So, what do you do now? There is no doubt that this is a stressful and scary time for you. You likely have many questions and are unsure of what to do next. But the good news is you’ve come to the right place. At Adoption Choices of Arizona, we specialize in guiding birth mothers through every step of the adoption process. We are a private, licensed organization assisting birth mothers and adoptive families all over Arizona. It is important to remember that you are the only person who can make these decisions about your pregnancy. Our adoption specialists are here to advocate for you and to make sure you are never alone during this time. We want to make your experience as easy as possible while prioritizing your and your baby’s health.
If you need adoption help now, please call us at 480-900-5520, text us at 602-922-0408 or visit us at Adoption Choices of Arizona.
Why Should I Choose Adoption?
Right now, you may be worried that you are “giving up” by placing your baby for adoption. However, this is not the case. Choosing adoption means you are making sure your baby is raised in a safe and loving home. You are taking control of your own life. Still, wondering if placing your baby for adoption is right for you? It is important to stay informed and find the right adoption agencies in Arizona. Remember that even as a teenager, you have the right to be involved in every aspect of the adoption.
How Do I Put My Baby Up For Adoption?
The first step is contacting our adoption agency and meeting with one of our adoption specialists. An adoption specialist will help you create an adoption plan that best suits your needs. Our staff is experienced in creating a safe and comfortable environment during this emotional time. You will be able to choose which type of adoption you want: open, closed, or semi-closed. An open adoption is best when you want to remain in contact with the adoptive family after the adoption is finalized. A closed adoption might be best if you do not wish to have contact with the adoptive family.
Next, our adoption specialists will provide you with family profiles to select from. As the birth mother, you are making the choice of which family is best to raise your baby. Our adoption agencies in Arizona are not religiously affiliated and serve adoptive families of all backgrounds. We will support you with personalized care throughout the adoption process. Our staff is experts who can help answer any question you may have during this difficult time.
The Right to Choose Adoption as a Teenager
You may be wondering if being a teenager makes a difference in the adoption process. Fortunately, all birth mothers have the same rights regardless of age. In Arizona, you do not need an adult’s permission to place your baby for adoption. As the birth mother, you are the only person making the decisions about your baby’s future.
Adoption Choices of Arizona is Here For You
At Adoption Choices of Arizona, we treat you with respect and dignity and ensure you receive the birth mother benefit you need. We want you to remember you are not alone during this time. One benefit is that adoption in Arizona is free for birth mothers. In addition, you may receive financial support for both medical costs and general living expenses. Our adoption specialists offer legal assistance so you can be confident in the decisions you make. We want to make sure you understand your rights during this time. We provide individualized emotional counseling throughout the entire adoption process. Additionally, our services are available even after the baby is born. Contact us now to learn more about the resources we offer and how we can best help you.
For adoption resources or to begin your adoption journey, birth parents can visit us at Adoption Choices of Arizona or call us at or text us at 602-922-0408. If you are a prospective adoptive family hoping to adopt a baby, please, instead, visit us here!