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How to Place Your Baby for Adoption with Adoption Choices Agency as a Birth Mother 

Discovering you are pregnant unexpectedly can flip your world upside down. The first, among many, thoughts to race through your mind could include: What am I going to do? What are my options? Where do I start? Know that you are not alone. You have options, and you have ultimate control over what you choose to do about your unplanned pregnancy.

If you are a birth mother considering adoption for you and your baby, you are in good hands. Adoption Choices of Arizona is a local and private adoption agency licensed by the state of Arizona. Currently, we have offices in Phoenix, Flagstaff and Tucson but we can help women across Arizona – we can come to you! As leaders in the adoption community, we assist all members of the adoption triad — birth parents, adoptive parents and adoptees — and ensure that everyone has the most positive and empowering adoption journey possible.

That said, we are here to help show you how to place your baby for adoption as a birth mother at our adoption center in Arizona. If you need adoption help now, please call or text us at 1-480-900-5520 or visit us at Adoption Choices of Arizona.

How to Place Your Baby for Adoption at our Adoption Agency

Step One: Contact our Adoption Agency

Even though this may seem like an obvious step, it’s still an important one to mention, as it is what sets your adoption journey in motion. If you have decided to place your baby for adoption and want to know more about our adoption process, staff or our adoption agency in general, don’t hesitate to give us a call or fill out our contact form on our website. We will be more than happy to answer any and all questions you have, address your concerns and give you as much information as you need.

If, at the end of the call, you choose to move forward with our adoption agency, you will be assigned to an adoption caseworker. From that moment on, your adoption caseworker will be your biggest resource and advocate, and be there to support you every step of the way in your adoption journey. They will help you navigate all of the big decisions and guide you to the best options for you and your baby. 

Step Two: Schedule a Meeting with an Adoption Caseworker or Counselor

Your adoption caseworker will reach out to you to schedule an initial meeting. This is important, as it allows you time to get to know them and build a relationship. You can also ask any additional questions you have.

If you are still coming to terms with your unplanned pregnancy and needing emotional support, Adoption Choices of Arizona has counseling services available for you. An adoption counselor, also known as a Birth Parent Counselor, will guide you through your thoughts and help you process in a safe, nonjudgmental and confidential space. You may experience a wide range of emotions — and that’s natural! We want you to know that we are here to support you in any way we can. That both you and your child will be well taken care of. 

Step Three: Fill out an Application and Other Paperwork

After you’ve spoken to one of our adoption professionals and decided that you’d like to work with our adoption agency, you will be directed to fill out an application. This can either be done online or in our office. Be sure to include a proof of pregnancy in your application, or to bring a copy with you if you submit it in our office.

Your assigned adoption caseworker will also provide you with all the other necessary paperwork we need to help your baby find a loving and caring adoptive family. He or she may ask you about any medical or financial needs you have as well. Depending on your circumstances, you may qualify for our financial assistance program, which includes coverage for court-approved living expenses and medical care.

Step Four: Create Your Adoption Plan 

Now you are ready to officially begin your adoption journey as a birth mother! Once you’ve had your initial meeting, your adoption caseworker will help you navigate one of the most involved steps in the adoption process — creating your adoption plan! This will include what you’re looking for, how much involvement you want to have in your child’s life and the kind of adoptive family you have in mind. It can also have details about your hospital experience, such as birth and delivery plans. 

As a birth mother, you are in complete control over your adoption journey. You get to choose your child’s adoptive parents and outline what type of adoption you want. What’s more, you will never be alone. Your adoption caseworker will be there for assistance should you need it, and a Birth Parent Counselor will always be available should you require additional support. 

How to Place Your Baby for Adoption with Adoption Choices of Arizona

We understand that an unplanned pregnancy can be stressful and that you may feel overwhelmed. But, we want you to know that you have options available. Your health and safety — and that of your baby — is extremely important to us, and our goal is to make sure that you both are well taken care of. 

For you: that you feel empowered in your decision and that you receive the support you need. For your baby: that he or she finds a loving and caring adoptive family.

When you place your baby for adoption with Adoption Choices of Arizona, you have full control over your adoption journey. You have many resources available to you and you will always have the support you need. You will never be alone, but rather part of a beautiful and life-changing adoption journey.

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!

Meet the author: Victoria Fatiregun is a sophomore student at West Texas A&M University studying English. She has been writing blog posts for two years on her professional site that covers stories based around film and TV. Occasionally, Victoria also discusses elements of philosophy through poetic material, which is helping her to become a self-published author. 

Victoria writes primarily about fiction, but dabbles in nonfiction too — specifically anything that has to do with social novels based in the Victorian era — and uses writing to understand the world around her. She self-published a nonfiction philosophy and lifestyle novel that she wrote to help others cope with life’s stresses. All of her interests and experiences come through her writing, and helps her focus, bring out central ideas and remain consistent. She hopes her works will aid society in the path towards altruism.