HOPING TO ADOPT A BABY? HERE'S OUR PROCESS!

Completing your application with Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Colorado is the first step if you’re hoping to adopt a baby. Our agency offers, home studies, matching services, placement, and post-placement services. Providing the most accurate information on your application is essential in assisting our staff with the completion of your home study and in matching you with birth parents. Once your application is received and processed, you will be notified about which other documents will be required to complete your file.

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The home study process at Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Colorado is progressive, non-judgmental, and cooperative. Our caseworkers are trained professionals who are compassionate and understanding, with numerous years of experience in working with prospective adoptive parents. Several of our caseworkers are themselves adoptive parents. It is our philosophy that the home study experience should be enjoyable, educational, and positive, along with assisting you in discovering the unique attributes you bring to parenting an adopted child.
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Adoptive Parent Training

As a client with Adoption and Surrogacy Choices, you are entitled to Adoption U’s, Adoptive Parent Training course. Adoption professionals from all over the U.S. review each step of the adoption process through short videos and interactive activities.

  • In short training sessions, learn the ins and outs for the most important steps of the adoption process
  • Learn at your own speed to best understand the material
  • Interactive training ensures you are armed with the knowledge you need
  • Quickly find adoption resources
  • Become Adoption U certified Adoptive Parents

From the home study to matching, hospital etiquette, post placement communication and more, we will cover a variety of topics so you are well equipped to become adoptive parents.

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Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Colorado customizes the matching process. Prior to having your adoptive parent profile presented to birth parents, you will be able to review the possible match and ask questions. Then you can say yes or no to having your profile presented. The preferences and criteria information you have provided on your application will be used to present customized matches to you. Our agency is now offering additional marketing exposure and the ability to have your adoptive parent profile and video (optional) on six (6) different adoption/birth parent related websites. Services include customized profile coaching, video creation and editing, and electronic, mobile friendly versions of your profile. We strive to provide our families with the highest quality of customer service and our main goal is to help your match happen as quickly as possible.

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Post-placement supervision is required in every state in private adoption. It is the period of time between placement of a child you, and the time that your child’s adoption is finalized in court. Colorado regulations require post-placement contact at two weeks, three months, and six months after placement, along with monthly telephone/email contact. The purpose of post-placement supervision is to gather information about, among other things, your child’s health, attachment, and development as well as your adjustment to becoming parents. The final report will recommend that the adoption petition be granted and state that finalization will be in the best interest of the child. The number of post-placement visits required will vary, based on the regulations of the state in which your child was born. Should a child be placed in a state other than Colorado, Adoption and Surrogacy Choices will adhere to the regulations of that state and will provide visits and reports at more frequent intervals. (Additional fees may apply).

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Colorado Core Training Adoption

Location

2801 Youngfield Street, Suite 320, Golden, CO. 80401

Overview

The State of Colorado requires 16 hours of face-to face training for all families adopting domestically.

We require that this is completed prior to the placement of a child in your home. The cost of this classis $1250 per weekend and is scheduled with our office. The Agency offers these trainings once a month.

Included in this training are guest speakers and a newborn trainer.

2022 Training Dates Available

  • April 9th and 10th, 9:00am – 5:00pm
  • May 14th and 15th, 9:00am – 5:00pm
  • June 11th and 12th, 9:00am – 5:00pm
  • July 9th and 10th, 9:00am – 5:00pm
  • August 13th and 14th, 9:00am – 5:00pm
  • September 10th and 11th, 9:00am – 5:00pm
  • October 15th and 16th, 9:00am – 5:00pm
  • November 5th and 6th, 9:00am – 5:00pm
  • December 10th and 11th, 9:00am – 5:00pm

 

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Please contact us for more information and to reserve your spot in a class.

Application

Completing your application with Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Colorado is the first step in getting you started on your adoption journey. Our agency offers, home studies, matching services, placement, and post-placement services. Providing the most accurate information on your application is essential in assisting our staff with the completion of your home study and in matching you with birth parents. Once your application is received and processed, you will be notified about which other documents will be required to complete your file.

Matching/Placement

Our agency will provided court approved living expenses for birth mothers who need the help. We can help with expenses such as rent, utilities, food, sundries, and your phone bill. We understand how difficult it is to get back on your feet and return to work after delivering a baby and we want to help you as much as possible. Depending on your State of residence, the amount of court approved expenses may vary.

Home Study

The home study process at Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Colorado is progressive, non-judgmental, and cooperative. Our caseworkers are trained professionals who are compassionate and understanding, with numerous years of experience in working with prospective adoptive parents. Several of our caseworkers are themselves adoptive parents. It is our philosophy that the home study experience should be enjoyable, educational, and positive, along with assisting you in discovering the unique attributes you bring to parenting an adopted child.

We provide counseling to you as the birth mother, the birth father if he is interested as well as your family and other children. We want you to have a great support system and we believe that helping others around you understand adoption and what the future brings sets you up for success.

Adoptive Parent Training

As a client with Adoption and Surrogacy Choices, you are entitled to Adoption U’s, Adoptive Parent Training course. Adoption professionals from all over the U.S. review each step of the adoption process through short videos and interactive activities.

  • In short training sessions, learn the ins and outs for the most important steps of the adoption process
  • Learn at your own speed to best understand the material
  • Interactive training ensures you are armed with the knowledge you need
  • Quickly find adoption resources
  • Become Adoption U certified Adoptive Parents

From the home study to matching, hospital etiquette, post placement communication and more, we will cover a variety of topics so you are well equipped to become adoptive parents.

Sign Up Here

Post Placement

Post-placement supervision is required in every state in private adoption. It is the period of time between placement of a child you, and the time that your child’s adoption is finalized in court. Colorado regulations require post-placement contact at two weeks, three months, and six months after placement, along with monthly telephone/email contact. The purpose of post-placement supervision is to gather information about, among other things, your child’s health, attachment, and development as well as your adjustment to becoming parents. The final report will recommend that the adoption petition be granted and state that finalization will be in the best interest of the child.

The number of post-placement visits required will vary, based on the regulations of the state in which your child was born. Should a child be placed in a state other than Colorado, Adoption and Surrogacy Choices will adhere to the regulations of that state and will provide visits and reports at more frequent intervals. (Additional fees may apply).

Core Training

Location

  2801 Youngfield Street, Suite 320, Golden, CO. 80401

Overview

The State of Colorado requires 16 hours of face-to face training for all families adopting domestically.

We require that this is completed prior to the placement of a child in your home. The cost of this class
is $1250 per weekend and is scheduled with our office. The Agency offers these trainings once a month.

Included in this training are guest speakers and a newborn trainer.

2022 Training Dates Available

  • January 8th and 9th, 9:00am – 5:00pm

  • February 12th and 13th, 9:00am – 5:00pm

  • March 12th and 13th, 9:00am – 5:00pm

  • April 9th and 10th, 9:00am – 5:00pm

  • May 14th and 15th, 9:00am – 5:00pm

  • June 11th and 12th, 9:00am – 5:00pm

Please contact us for more information and to reserve your spot in a class.

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How to Apply

Send in your application along with the proper fees. We will review your application and send you a letter informing you what documents are needed in order to complete your file.

HOW TO APPLY

Send in your application along with the proper fees. We will review your application and send you a letter informing you what documents are needed in order to complete your file.

COMMON QUESTIONS

What is the wait time before a baby is placed in our home?

The average wait time is 12-18 months depending on your preferences for your adoption. Depending on your openness to race, mental illness, and drug and alcohol exposure the wait time may vary.

Do you place with single parents?

We welcome single parents that are hoping to adopt. Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Colorado doesn’t discriminate based on marital/partner status. Many times we find that birth parents are open to seeing profiles for single parents. We encourage birth parents to choose the best family for their baby including single parents.

Do you work LGBT applicants?

Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Colorado has been proudly assisting lesbian, gay, bi-sexual and transgender (LGBT) families with the gift of adoption since we opened our doors in 2002. Our agency is honored that you have chosen to gather more information on us and our services.

The home study process and the application process is the same for all those applying with our agency. The LGBT applicants should present themselves, in their profile books, to birth parents just as any other applicants would. You should show birth parents that no matter your sexual orientation, the baby would be joining a loving, responsible family. Show your home, your family and friends, your hobbies and interests and do not be afraid to show your relationship with your significant other.

If you would like to see some statistics and research on LGBT adoptions, please go to: https://www.childwelfare.gov/systemwide/cultural/adoption/gay_lesbian.cfm

How long does it take to complete the home study?

On average, the home study takes two to three months to complete. You can speed up the process by gathering the required documents, scheduling your medical appointments, and completing your paperwork and fingerprint cards in a timely manner.

Do you provide home studies for couples working with out-of-state adoption agencies for placement, either domestically or internationally?

Adoption Choices of Colorado can provide only the services you need to comply with Colorado state laws. These services include the application process, the home study, the required adoption training, and post-placement or post-adoption services.

What are the levels of openness in adoption?

Open Adoption: In an Open Adoption, birth parents and adoptive parents are in direct contact with one another and share identifying information with each other. This type of adoption may involve the methods listed above in the semi-open adoption as well as in-person visits, without going through the Agency. The plan for openness is decided and agreed upon by both the birth parents and the adoptive parents. Open adoptions allow the child to connect more easily to his or her birth parents and to maintain a relationship. Keep in mind, the level of openness is always changing and shifting throughout the adoption and after placement; relationships change as time goes on. In Colorado, open adoption agreements are not enforceable by law but are encouraged for the best interest of the child.

Semi-Open Adoption: In a Semi-Open Adoption, birth parents and adoptive parents usually meet prior to the birth of the child, and the adoptive parents are often times present for the birth. After placement, communication, such as pictures, texting, phone calls, letters and emails, may occur. Last names and addresses of both parties are not disclosed, unless otherwise agreed upon by the birth parents and adoptive parents. This type of adoption allows for communication between the birth parents and adoptive parents while also maintaining some privacy. Keep in mind, the level of openness is always changing and shifting throughout the adoption and after placement; relationships change as time goes on.

Confidential (Closed) Adoption: In a Closed Adoption, there is no contact between birth parents and adoptive parents, with the exception of the birth parents’ non-identifying social/medical information that is provided to the adoptive parents. This type of adoption is rare in private adoption situations due to social media and the internet.

Adoption Resources for a Birth Mother in Colorado 

Adoption Resources for a Birth Mother in Colorado 

By Melissa Camacho

Are you experiencing an unplanned pregnancy and placing your baby for adoption? Birth mothers who choose adoption in Colorado will find many options to fulfill their adoption journey. Our resources at Adoption Choices of Colorado will have you equipped with all the support you need to create the best adoption plan. In addition, we will assist you in learning about the services we offer to help you with difficult circumstances that affect your well-being. Most importantly, we understand choosing adoption for your baby is not an easy decision to grasp. Upon accessing the resources from our agency, you can match your needs with the adoption services provided. Adoption Choices of Colorado is a licensed adoption agency with endless solutions to get you through your adoption journey. If you need adoption help now, please call or text us at 303-670-4673 (HOPE) or visit us at Adoption Choices of Colorado.

How Can I Get Information on Creating an Adoption Plan?

Congrats on taking the first step! As a birth mother, you have made the right decision to choose adoption as a solution to manage an unexpected pregnancy. It’s time to launch your search options in the first stage of your adoption plan. To gather information about your adoption options, begin your search for adoption agencies in Colorado. Our adoption specialist will schedule a meeting with you to discuss your options in creating an adoption and hospital birth plan. We also offer flexible and simple-to-use online resources to instantly get you the information you need. If you would like, fill out our Adoption Help contact form to ask any general questions or concerns regarding adoption.

Does Adoption Choices of Colorado Help Birth Mothers In Need of Financial Assistance?

Our adoption agency prioritizes any needs you have that affect how you deal with an unwanted pregnancy. When you meet with your adoption specialist, you can ask about the criteria that may qualify you to get financial assistance. In addition, we offer a wide range of budget programs that can help you with the expenses you have. These much-needed budgets help you with monthly expenses, such as utility bills, groceries, food, transportation, housing, medical, clothing, and more.

Is There a Way I Can Choose The Adoptive Family For My Child?

We value your opinion and interest in selecting the best adoptive family that you feel will raise your child. Adoption Choices of Colorado features a family profiles page with waiting families in Colorado who are willing to adopt a baby. Our family profiles page is a very engaging and interactive tool for birth mothers to easily filter their options. You will see a family profile section for each adoptive family featured on our page. In addition, you will see quick navigation icons beside their profile pictures to instantly view descriptions of the family or make contact. Finally, don’t miss out on some fun navigating the adoptive family digital profile nook. The profile book is a useful feature where you can view family photos of their homes and pets and learn about their lifestyles.

What Types of Adoption Can I Choose From in My Adoption Plan?

After that, the next step is selecting the adoptive family who will adopt your baby. You can select the preferred type of adoption. There are three types of adoption: open adoption, semi-adoption, and closed adoption. If you choose to have an open adoption, you have limitless ways to communicate with the adoptive family and get updates about your baby. You can make contact through emails, text, calls, video chats, social media apps, letters, photos, postcards, and family visits. You can choose any contact from an adoption agency or a third party with a semi-adoption. Some birth mothers prefer to keep their information private from the adoptive family and their child. This is where a closed adoption would be considered. If you choose a closed adoption, information about your child and the adoptive family will also be kept confidential.

Will I need to Sign Any Legal Documents When My Adoption is Finalized?

Legal representations and documents vary in every state when finalizing a birth mother’s adoption. In Colorado, an adoption certificate or decree must be signed by a judge to legalize the adoptive family’s parental rights. Steps needed to finalize your adoption will require you to be sworn in with your family, a review of the adoption, and be interviewed by the judge. A review of adoption reports will include home study investigations of the adoptive family. Consult your adoption specialist or an attorney if you need guidance in learning about legalization requirements to finalize your adoption.

Are There Any Counseling Services To Help Me Cope with Grief During or After Adoption?

The nature of birth mothers in the adoption process is battling emotions of anxiety, depression, stress, and trauma. Our adoption agencies in Colorado will make sure you don’t go through these emotional barriers alone. We are here to give you a hand and offer exceptional counseling support services to support birth mothers’ mental health. This will be a perfect opportunity to seek advice from birth mothers or adoption professionals. Part of our specialty with counseling is the benefit of joining and networking with birth mother support groups. You can share your experience about your adoption journey with other birth mothers and listen to their advice. Thanks to our partnership with Lifetime Healing, we offer free monthly support groups for birth mothers residing in Colorado Springs and Denver.

Every birth mother’s situation and hardships are different, and she will find some therapeutic strategies more useful than others. Remember, always acknowledge the situations you face, how you feel, and what affects your mental health. After your adoption is finalized, you can join our post-placement services and participate in our counseling sessions with an adoption specialist. In addition, you will still have the option of joining monthly support groups. We understand how difficult it is to mentally process the reality of placing your baby for adoption. There are times you may feel you faltered, but your decision to choose adoption was a healthy transformation from an unplanned pregnancy.

Explore Your Options With Adoption Agencies in Colorado

If you need more help managing your adoption, we are your number one source. Our licensed adoption professionals are available 24/7 and are willing to listen and address any concerns regarding your adoption plan. As a result, you may learn more than what you already know and find better solutions. With Adoption Choices of Colorado, you are in control of advancing your adoption options. Don’t miss out on the opportunity! Our branch of support is the foundation of purposeful adoption. If you are facing an unplanned pregnancy and want to learn more about your adoption options, contact Adoption Choices of Colorado by email, phone, or text: Email Us, Text us: 720-371-1099, Call us: 303-670-4673 (HOPE). If you are hoping to adopt, please contact us here.

Adoption Resources for a Birth Mother in Colorado 

Adoption Resources for a Birth Mother in Colorado 

By Melissa Camacho 

Are you experiencing an unplanned pregnancy and placing your baby for adoption? Birth mothers who choose adoption in Colorado will find many options to fulfill their adoption journey. Our resources at Adoption Choices of Colorado will have you equipped with all the support you need to create the best adoption plan. In addition, we will assist you in learning about the services we offer to help you with difficult circumstances that affect your well-being. Most importantly, we understand choosing adoption for your baby is not an easy decision to grasp. Upon accessing the resources from our agency, you can match your needs with the adoption services provided. Adoption Choices of Colorado is a licensed adoption agency with endless solutions to get you through your adoption journey. 

If you need adoption help now, please call or text us at 303-670-4673 (HOPE) or visit us at Adoption Choices of Colorado.

How Can I Get Information on Creating an Adoption Plan?

Congrats on taking the first step! As a birth mother, you have made the right decision to choose adoption as a solution to manage an unexpected pregnancy. It’s time to launch your search options in the first stage of your adoption plan. To gather information about your adoption options, begin your search for adoption agencies in Colorado. You can contact our adoption team at Adoption Choices of Colorado, and you will be referred to an adoption specialist. The adoption specialist will schedule a meeting with you to discuss your options in creating adoption and hospital birth plan. We also offer flexible and simple-to-use online resources to instantly get you the information you need. If you would like, fill out our Adoption Help contact form to ask any general questions or concerns regarding adoption.

Does Adoption Choices of Colorado Help Birth Mothers In Need of Financial Assistance?

Our adoption agency prioritizes any needs you have that affect how you deal with an unwanted pregnancy. When you meet with your adoption specialist, you can ask about the criteria that may qualify you to get financial assistance. In addition, we offer a wide range of budget programs that can help you with the expenses you have. These much-needed budgets help you with monthly expenses, such as utility bills, groceries, food, transportation, housing, medical, clothing, and more.

Is There a Way I Can Choose The Adoptive Family For My Child?

We value your opinion and interest in selecting the best adoptive family that you feel will raise your child. Adoption Choices of Colorado features a family profiles page with waiting families in Colorado who are willing to adopt a baby. Our family profiles page is a very engaging and interactive tool for birth mothers to easily filter their options. You will see a family profile section for each adoptive family featured on our page. In addition, you will see quick navigation icons beside their profile pictures to instantly view descriptions of the family or make contact. Finally, don’t miss out on some fun navigating the adoptive family digital profile book. The profile book is a useful feature where you can view family photos of their homes and pets and learn about their lifestyles.

What Types of Adoption Can I Choose From in My Adoption Plan?

After selecting the adoptive family who will adopt your baby, you can select the type of adoption you prefer. There are three types of adoption: open adoption, semi-adoption, and closed adoption. If you choose to have an open adoption, you have limitless ways to communicate with the adoptive family and get updates about your baby. You can make contact through emails, text, calls, video chats, social media apps, letters, photos, postcards, and family visits. 

With a semi-adoption, you can choose any contact from an adoption agency or a third party. However, some birth mothers prefer to keep their information private from the adoptive family and their child. This is where a closed adoption would be considered. If you choose a closed adoption, information about your child and the adoptive family will also be kept confidential.

Will I need to Sign Any Legal Documents When My Adoption is Finalized?

Legal representations and documents vary when finalizing a birth mother’s adoption. In Colorado, an adoption certificate or decree must be signed by a judge to legalize the adoptive family’s parental rights. Steps needed to finalize your adoption will require you to be sworn in with your family, a review of the adoption, and be interviewed by the judge. A review of adoption reports will include home study investigations of the adoptive family. Consult your adoption specialist or an attorney if you need guidance in learning about legalization requirements to finalize your adoption.

Are There Any Counseling Services To Help Me Cope with Grief During or After Adoption?

The nature of birth mothers in the adoption process is battling emotions of anxiety, depression, stress, and trauma. Our adoption agencies in Colorado will make sure you don’t go through these emotional barriers alone. We are here to give you a hand and offer exceptional counseling support services to support birth mothers’ mental health. This will be a perfect opportunity to seek advice from birth mothers or adoption professionals. Part of our specialty with counseling is the benefit of joining and networking with birth mother support groups. You can share your experience about your adoption journey with other birth mothers and listen to their advice. 

Thanks to our partnership with Lifetime Healing, we offer free monthly support groups for birth mothers residing in Colorado Springs and Denver. Every birth mother’s situation and hardships are different, and she will find some therapeutic strategies more useful than others. Remember, always acknowledge the situations you face, how you feel, and what affects your mental health.

After your adoption is finalized, you can join our Post-Placement Services and participate in our counseling sessions with an adoption specialist. In addition, you will still have the option of joining monthly support groups. We understand how difficult it is to mentally process the reality of placing your baby for adoption. There are times you may feel you faltered, but your decision to choose adoption was a healthy transformation from an unplanned pregnancy.

Explore Your Options With Adoption Agencies in Colorado

If you need more help managing your adoption, we are your number one source. Our licensed adoption professionals are available 24/7 and are willing to listen and address any concerns regarding your adoption plan. As a result, you may learn more than what you already know and find better solutions. With Adoption Choices of Colorado, you are in control of advancing your adoption options. Don’t miss out on the opportunity!

Our branch of support is the foundation of purposeful adoption. If you are facing an unplanned pregnancy and want to learn more about your adoption options, contact Adoption Choices of Colorado by email, phone, or text: Email Us, Text us: 720-371-1099, Call us: 303-670-4673 (HOPE). If you are hoping to adopt, please contact us here.

Mental Health Issues and Choosing Adoption

Mental Health Issues and Choosing Adoption

By Jacob LaBau

Placing a baby for adoption is a beautiful process for the child and adoptive family, but it can come at a cost for the birth mother. You have decided to release your child into the hands of a happy family. You may be thinking, “I have made the right decision, but why do I feel so sad?” These emotions are perfectly normal and are what make you human. Regardless of the situation for you and the child, placing a baby for adoption will typically result in mental health issues now or in the future. Do not let this information impact your opinion on adoption. Here at Adoption Choices of Colorado, we are eager to assist you in any way we can!

There are two treatments Adoption Choices of Colorado offers to combat mental health issues. The first treatment is counseling: one-on-one with a professional therapist who talks you through your emotions. The second treatment is support groups: birth mothers who share similarities to what you are going through. You can even try each treatment to decide which one works best for you or use both treatments to your advantage. If you are located near Denver and feel more comfortable about the adoption process, check out your options at Denver adoption.

If you need adoption help now, please call or text us at 303-670-4673 (HOPE) or visit us at Adoption Choices of Colorado.

Mental Health Issues You Might Face During and After the Adoption Process

There are a few mental health issues that birth mothers will experience after placing up their kids for adoption. Placing your kid for adoption is a bittersweet feeling. On the positive side, you are placing your child’s future in the hands of a happy family. But on the negative side, you commit to never raising that child yourself. At Adoption Choices of Colorado, we will provide you with all the resources to fight back and take control of your life again!

Depression

Depression is a core mental health issue likely to arise from placing your baby for adoption. The most important thing to remember is that depression is temporary. It can be tough to get out of bed, let alone work. Take life one step at a time and surround yourself with people who care about you. Also, remember why you decided to pursue adoption options in the first place. Whether it be because of your financial issues, not being ready for a child, or even religious beliefs, just remember that this is what is best for the child. Navigate your way through Denver adoption or contact Adoption Choices of Colorado if you are a birth mother in Denver or anywhere in Colorado who is experiencing symptoms of depression. Depression is difficult to deal with, but our mission at Adoption Choices of Colorado is to work with you on getting your life back on track.

Grief

A common mental health issue that birth mothers experience after placing their child for adoption is grief. Grief comes in five stages: denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. Each stage is emotionally demanding and tougher than the last. Therefore, it is perfectly normal for a powerful woman, such as yourself, to experience grief. Unfortunately, there is no timetable for overcoming grief, but brave women have done it in the past, and you can too! Contact a Colorado adoption agency today if you would like to join the other courageous birth mothers who underwent the beautiful adoption process!

Addiction

Another more popular mental health issue for birth mothers who release their child to adoption is addiction. The aftermath of such a difficult decision can feel lonely. People who suffer through addiction cling to something that makes them feel less lonely and numbs their emotions. Addiction takes many forms, but it will typically surface through substance abuse. Using substances is a short-term solution to a long-term problem. Sure, it may drown out that negative self-talk you might have in your head, but only while under the influence. Remember to be that strong, independent woman we know that you are and pursue healthy solutions to addiction. If you feel that you are losing yourself to addiction, contact Adoption Choices of Colorado for support today!

How to Deal with Mental Health Issues and Post-Placement Greif

We understand that the mental health issues affecting birth mothers can sound emotionally demanding. But now, we can finally detail the healthy ways to manage your stress and how to fight back. We at Adoption Choices of Colorado offer two services to birth mothers who are struggling with the loss of their child. The first option is counseling, and a second option is a support group. Both options have their upsides, but each option will be more helpful to different people. It is up to you to decide which option suits what you need/want best! Let’s address the specifics of each option and what to expect so that you can make a well-informed decision!

Adoption Counseling

Counseling is one-on-one with an expert who will help guide you through your emotions. The first step towards successful counseling is recognizing what you need help with. After that, the meetings will become valuable to your mental health and wellbeing. In counseling, there are no barriers to what you can talk about; it is all about what you make it! Do not worry. We at Adoption Choices of Colorado will offer this to you for free! The counseling sessions will be private, and you are welcome to share anything in a judgment-free zone. Again, counseling is all about what you make it! Bring a positive attitude towards counseling, and you will be feeling better in no time!

Find a Local Birth Mother Support Group

Support groups are a great way to connect with people who share a similar experience. In this setting, you can share anything that comes to your mind. All the mothers who belong to the support group have been through what you have in one way or another. They will offer suggestions, share their strengths and struggles, and embrace your mental health endeavors. Do not hesitate to contact Adoption Choices of Colorado if you search for a support group. We are available 24/7 and will work around the clock to find a solution for you!

The support does not stop after the adoption finalization. Adoption Choices of Colorado is partnered with Lifetime Healing, LLC, which provides post-placement support groups for birth mothers. Its mission is to “foster innovative programming that supports mental health initiatives for women who have experienced trauma through adoption, trafficking, sexual abuse, or other exploitation.” Lifetime Healing, LLC’s motto is: “The pain doesn’t stop because we are more educated, but the healing can become more effective.” So, if you are interested in placing your baby for adoption after feeling better about our post-placement support initiatives, search through your options at CO Adoption or private adoption Colorado today!

Find Help and Support for Mental Health During Adoption is the First Step

Regardless of your situation, life can be overwhelming. We are here to remind you to take life one day at a time! A birth mother placing their child for adoption is no easy task. Just remember why you decided to pursue an adoption plan in the first place. Your emotions may be in a rough place right now, but they can be channeled into positive energy. Years down the road, you will look back into the past and realize that releasing your child into the hands of an adoptive family was the right choice.

If you are facing an unplanned pregnancy and want to learn more about your adoption options, contact Adoption Choices of Colorado by email, phone, or text: Email Us, Text us: 720-371-1099, Call us: 303-670-4673 (HOPE). If you are hoping to adopt, please contact us here.

Reference:  Lifetime Healing Foundation. (n.d.). Retrieved May 9, 2022, from https://lifetimehealingfoundation.org/ 

Birth Mother Grief and Loss

Birth Mother Grief and Loss

By Jonathan Tick

The decision to become a birth mother and give your baby up with one of our adoption agencies in Colorado is tricky. Early in your unplanned pregnancy, you may have decided that you just simply can’t keep the baby. Either because of financial reasons or because you aren’t ready to take care of a child. Our adoption services may have helped you with our adoption process, and your baby is safe in a new home. But, there’s a nagging feeling that stays with you. A sense of loss, like something, is missing in your life. That feeling may be the feeling of grief and loss that’s unique to birth mothers who give their babies up for adoption. If you as a birth mother are encountering feelings like these, call your local colorado adoption agency to see how they can help.  

If you need adoption help now, please call or text us at 303-670-4673 (HOPE) or visit us at Adoption Choices of Colorado.

What are Grief and Loss in an Adoption?

The grief and loss experienced by birth mothers are uniquely tied to their baby. After all, you will be carrying a child for nine months to term. But once that’s over, you will be entrusting that child to someone else. Handing your right as the child’s biological mother to care for them to someone else.

It can be challenging to come to terms with that fact. At Adoption Choices of Colorado, we have seen many birth mothers undergo similar situations. But feeling lost and sad after giving up your child isn’t a bad thing at all. If anything, it’s healthy to experience that grief to let out your feelings and eventually overcome the hardship. Come out the other end a stronger person knowing that you made a favorable decision for you and your baby.  

Overcoming the Hardships After an Adoption

Your situation regarding your feelings and grief is unique. Some birth mothers seeking adoption in Colorado have short grief periods. At the same time, others may need more time to process their feelings and emotions before getting back on their feet. Our adoption services are equipped to cover this and are ready to help bring you up when you may be at your lowest.  

Your time with us doesn’t end once the baby’s been born. Our adoption agencies in Colorado believe post-placement care is one of the most essential steps in the adoption process. We see this recovery time as a crucial point where the birth mother becomes a biological mother. And fully come to terms with their decision now that the baby has gone home with their adoptive family. Based on your adoption plan, appropriate care and aid will be provided to you as was done before. This includes, but is not limited to, financial assistance in rent and food expenses and counseling and therapy aid to help air out any grievances or complications that may come after the birth.  

No matter what you need, though, you can feel safe knowing that Adoption Choices of Colorado will be there.

Seeing Your Child After Placing them for Adoption

Adoption sometimes comes with placing your baby for adoption means you will never see them again. Or at the very least, not know how they’re doing. Which is, in fact, not true at all! When you look through our adoption options, choosing open adoption will ensure your rights as the birth mother to know how your baby is doing. At the very least, pictures will be sent to you to document their progress with their adoptive family. In addition, if discussed with your child, more personal interactions with your child’s adoptive parents are possible.  

So while you still won’t have any legal guardian rights to your child, that doesn’t mean you never get to see them again. Most birth mothers in Colorado prefer this kind of adoption. And could be a possible solution to help alleviate the type of grief and loss that can come to a birth mother.  

Adoption is a positive road to go down and gives you and your child away from living past an unwanted pregnancy. But it can also be a challenging and sometimes tricky hurdle to overcome once the baby’s been born. Grief and loss as a birth mother are entirely normal things to experience. And should you share feelings like these, then our adoption specialists will be ready to provide the appropriate counseling and therapy. So that by the end, you’ll be emotionally prepared to fully understand, accept, and be proud of the choice you made.

If you are facing an unplanned pregnancy and want to learn more about your adoption options, contact Adoption Choices of Colorado by email, phone, or text: Email Us, Text us: 720-371-1099, Call us: 303-670-4673 (HOPE). If you are hoping to adopt, please contact us here.

What Feelings Will I Experience in A Colorado Adoption?

What Feelings Will I Experience in A Colorado Adoption?

By Gabrielle Maya

Debating on whether or not adoption is the right step for your unplanned pregnancy? Live in the state of Colorado? We at Adoption Choices of Colorado can be your reliable adoption agency. Our adoption agency specializes in all cases regarding adoption. We can answer all your questions regarding the adoption process, how to get started and what adoption services are provided.

As a birth mother choosing your unplanned pregnancy, we understand that you will experience several emotions. We want to put your racing heart at ease. All kinds of emotions, negative or positive, are a normal part of this journey. Whatever adoption you choose to have or are considering a Denver adoption, there are common emotions you can prepare yourself for that can occur. To know more about these emotions and the possible causes, the adoption process, and adoption services, please continue reading.

If you need adoption help now, please call or text us at 303-670-4673 (HOPE) or visit us at Adoption Choices of Colorado.

Six Emotions You Can Experience in a Colorado Adoption

You may feel six of these emotions, which are common and normal to feel while in an adoption process.

1. Guilt

You may feel this way when starting your CO adoption. Some questions you’ll ask yourself are “am I making the right decision?”, “Does this make me a terrible mother for not being ready or desiring motherhood?” or “how will society judge me?” We want to assure you that this decision is selfless and that guilt isn’t an emotion that should be present. We know it will take a while, but soon you won’t feel guilt, or you’ll be able to manage your guilt and justify your actions.

2. Regret

During an adoption process, you may wonder if this was the right decision. You may be thinking of keeping the baby instead of having an abortion. This feeling of changing your decisions is valid during and after the adoption is complete.

3. Fear

Some questions that may have you biting your nails and pulling your hair- “will my child hate me?” “Does a closed adoption make me a terrible birth mother?” “How will my family and friends react?” We at Adoption Choices of Colorado are always on your side. We are a support system that doesn’t judge your decisions. Look into your heart and find the good that can come out of adoption. We know not many will agree with your decision, but facing your fears head-on when you’re ready can be fulfilling.

4. Anger

Having a burning sensation in your chest can be a normal feeling of anger. You may be angry at your decisions, your unplanned pregnancy, the child, and yourself as a woman. However, with anger comes a list of stuff you dislike about yourself in those moments. We hope you can take a deep breath and let it all out.

5. Sadness

Let the tears flow out! Cry about all the things that brought you to this decision and what’s to come of adoption.

6. Relief

You sigh in relief that an adoption is an option. A family will take care of a burden you aren’t ready for or want. You may also feel relief that your child will have a wonderful life with or without you in it.

How to Start Your Adoption Plan in Colorado

The first two steps are choosing an adoption type and creating a list of adoptive family preferences to begin your adoption process. Here are three types of adoption you can choose from. Which adoption type fits your plan?

Open Adoption

Open communication that is personal with your child and adoptive family. Contact forms include emails and letters with updates, phone, and video calls, and scheduled in-person visits.

Semi-Open Adoption

Just like open adoption, there is communication. The only differences are that it’s professional and not as often. All forms of contact are the same, but you set stricter boundaries.

Closed Adoption

No communication or contact is best. You are a private person that wants to have closure.

Things to Consider When Choosing Adoption

The following is a list of topics to consider when choosing an adoptive family.

  • Do I want my adoptive family to be close by or far away?
  • Would I want race/ethnicity to be an ideal preference? Does it matter if they were of a different race than my own?
  • Would an adoptive family with a religious background not affect my decision to choose them?
  • Do the adoptive family’s upbringing, morals, and values have to be exactly like mine, fairly similar, or completely different?
  • Am I comfortable with an adoptive family with children already or none, has adopted children, is a same-sex couple, or a single parent?

These are just a few examples. If there are certain questions or ideas that are important to you, definitely add them to your list of preferences.

Adoption Services in Colorado

Our next step is using our private adoption services in Coloradda. We are aware that every birth mother has unique circumstances and may need some help in various ways. Our services support you during this adoption process, even to assist after. Please view our list below for specifics.

Financial Aid

Apply to see if you are eligible for possible loans, grants, and programs. We want to make sure you are financially stable for carrying your child. We can help pay important expenses such as rent, medical bills, transportation fees, phone bills, groceries, and other maternity materials needed.

Medical Assistance

If you need a doctor or medical assistance, we can help pay for medical expenses and help schedule your doctor’s appointments. You may not have a primary doctor, but we have a list of potential doctors who have helped other birth mothers with their adoption plans. We want to make sure you receive the proper health care for you and your child.

Birth Plan

During your adoption process, you will be discussing the plans for your delivery. Some things you must consider are if you would require pain relief medicine or a c section? Would you prefer anyone to be in the delivery room with you or not? Will you be breastfeeding the baby and naming them? What location will you be having the delivery if a hospital isn’t suitable for your comfort?

Housing

Need a place to stay during your adoption process. If you have unfortunate circumstances regarding your living situation, we can offer you available housing for the time being. Make sure to apply to see which options are available for you.

Free Counseling

If you have experienced or put your emotions and feelings on the back burner, you deserve to voice them aloud. We offer free one-on-one counseling and group counseling sessions. We want to help you work on your acceptance and understanding with some wonderful coping skills. There is no deadline to have better mental health. We are here for you at any time. We are also available after your adoption is complete.

Choosing Adoption Choices of Colorado

Adoption Choices of Colorado is the place you can trust to make your adoption finalized the way you want it. We know this can be an emotional time that you may not be prepared for. So many feelings have been going through your head. You may worry you don’t have control over them. We offer support, guidance, and understanding when you choose adoption with us. Our hearts are here to make you feel heard and understood no matter your predicament. We only hope your last emotions are satisfaction, fulfillment, and acceptance.

If you are facing an unplanned pregnancy and want to learn more about your adoption options, contact Adoption Choices of Colorado by email, phone, or text: Email Us, Text us: 720-371-1099, Call us: 303-670-4673 (HOPE). If you are hoping to adopt, please contact us here.

Self-Care Tips for Colorado Birth Mothers Navigating Adoption During the Month of May

Self-Care Tips for Colorado Birth Mothers Navigating Adoption During the Month of May

By Kelly Paczkowski

Creating an adoption plan can be difficult. It is not only emotionally draining but can begin to take its toll on you physically. Many birth mothers focus on their baby being taken care of, but what about the birth mother? Of course, the baby’s well-being is important, but so is yours. It is easy to focus on your baby, but you cannot forget about your physical, mental, and emotional state. The healthier you are, the healthier your baby will be. You may have already contacted an Adoption Agency in Colorado and have decided on your adoption plan, or you may just have started the process. It is okay to think about your health wherever you are in your Denver adoption journey. Here are some self-care tips for Colorado birth mothers that any birth mother can follow.

If you need adoption help now, please call or text us at 303-670-4673 (HOPE) or visit us at Adoption Choices of Colorado.

Live a Healthy Lifestyle During Your Pregnancy

  • Eat a proper diet of fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, and whole grains
  • Exercising can help reduce stress – take a walk or even a yoga class
  • Take prenatal vitamins
  • Listen to your doctor

Bonus that being fit can also help with labor and delivery.

Get Plenty of Sleep

Make sure you are getting enough shut-eye. Proper sleep can make a world of difference. It regulates mood, but your body also needs proper sleep to rejuvenate. Plus, when you sleep well, you wake up feeling well. It can help set the mood for the entire day.

Practice Self-Care Throughout the Adoption Process

Self-care is when you do something for yourself. Something that makes you feel good and relaxes you. 

  • Take a Bath: Nothing seems more relaxing than sitting in a nice warm bubble bath. While it might not be the answer to all your problems, it can help you to relieve muscle aches and help with circulation within the body.  
  • Read a Book: Still have that book you never got to finish, or look at a newly published work from your favorite author. Reading a book can help reduce blood pressure and heart rate. It might be the perfect distraction you need.
  • Spend Time With Friends: Being able to do an activity that you enjoy with people you love can help you to let go of the stresses that can overwhelm you. Going out to dinner or shopping at the mall can help nourish your emotional health and is good for your soul.
  • Watch Your Favorite Show: Make yourself cozy and put on your favorite show. Watching a show that brings you joy could just be the type of comfort you may need. Don’t forget the popcorn to watch a good comedy or get that movie on pay-per-view that you have wanted to see.

Find Adoption Support

The best way to feel supported is to find people who support you. Friends and family can be great resources, but they aren’t the only resource. A religious leader or another birth mother can also be a source of comfort in the CO Adoption process. Find someone you can talk to and who will listen.  

Express Yourself

Keep a journal or find a hobby. Maybe you were thinking of taking up drawing and painting, or maybe even knitting. All can be therapeutic for you to get out any feelings you may have. This might just be the way for you to relieve the emotions you might be feeling during pregnancy. It can be a great way to convey the feelings you did not even know you had.

Give Yourself A Break, Adoption is Not a Sprint, it’s a Marathon

Coming up with an adoption plan can be hard. The private adoption process in Colorado can be difficult to navigate and stir up an array of emotions. Many birth mothers can have feelings of guilt or anger over their unplanned pregnancy, and that is okay. Everyone can take the adoption process differently, and every journey is not the same. Remember to go easy on yourself and be kind.

You may need to talk to an adoption representative about finding counseling or a support group. Finding others that have gone through the same thing you are can build connections and, who knows, maybe friendship. Finding resources or receiving counseling can help you then begin to heal.  

If you are facing an unplanned pregnancy and want to learn more about your adoption options, contact Adoption Choices of Colorado by email, phone, or text: Email Us, Text us: 720-371-1099, Call us: 303-670-4673 (HOPE). If you are hoping to adopt, please contact us here.

What is the difference between Expectant Mother, Birth Mother, and Adoptive Mother in a CO Adoption?

What is the difference between Expectant Mother, Birth Mother, and Adoptive Mother in a CO Adoption?

By Kelly Paczkowski

When deciding on placing your baby for adoption, you may come across some new terminology that might be confusing. The adoption process in and of itself can be a mix of emotions, and having terms used that you do not fully understand can make it seem complicated. That is where your adoption agency in Colorado can help to explain and make it as simple as possible.

The terms expectant mother and birth mother will be used a lot during the adoption process. But, while they may seem similar, there are differences between them?

If you need adoption help now, please call or text us at 303-670-4673 (HOPE) or visit us at Adoption Choices of Colorado.

What is a Birth Mother?

A Birth Mother in an adoption process means that she is the woman who has given birth to a baby. She has already decided to place her child for adoption and might be working already on her adoption plan. While the Birth Mother has decided to place her child for adoption, that does not make her any less of a mother. On the contrary, she plays a vital role in the adoption process and, based on the level of communication, can help maintain a connection to a child.  

What is an Expectant Mother?

On the other hand, An Expectant Mother is a woman who is pregnant. She may not have completely decided whether to place her child for adoption yet or raise the child. But, she is the pregnant woman who has a decision to make. There are a lot of emotions that can come up when faced with an unplanned pregnancy. Becoming well informed on every aspect of the adoption process can make it seem less scary. That is where an adoption agency in Colorado can provide answers to your questions and help make the best decision for you and your baby.

What is an Adoptive Mother?

Another important part of the mother triad is the adoptive mother. An Adoptive Mother is a person who is receiving legal custody of the child and will raise them with love. She will be responsible for caring for, feeding, and nurturing the child. She will raise the child on their own.  

While it is important to note that these are separate entities in a Denver adoption process, they each play a big role in the child’s life. It will all depend on how the Birth Mother chooses the layout of the adoption plan. This will determine the amount of contact between the Birth Mother and Adoptive Family.

What Are the Types of Adoption?

There are three types of adoption:

  • Open is where there is ongoing communication and contact between the Birth Mother and Adoptive Mother. That can be having visits with the child and having access to contact with a Birth Mother.
  • Semi-Open is an adoption that will not have as much contact. That might look like pictures and letters being sent instead of in-person visits. 
  • Closed is where there is no contact between the Birth Mother and the Adopted Mother. There are no visits, communication, or letters sent. It is just that – closed.

Every situation and adoption process is unique. There is no right or wrong way to raise a child, and it is okay to choose any one of the adoption types. However, it has to be the best solution for you.

Building Relationships Throughout the Adoption

It can seem like an Expectant Mother, Birth Mother, or Adoptive Mother may have feelings of inadequacy, but the truth is, each plays a role in the outcome of a child. There can be beautiful relationships between a Birth Mother and an Adoptive Mother. This can only harbor and fuel a child’s love, and who wouldn’t want their child to have more love?  

Suppose you are an Expectant Mother and have questioned whether adoption is the right option for you. Please contact us at Adoption Choices of Colorado. You can talk to one of our adoption representatives, who will answer any of your questions. There is no obligation to you, and you have the choice in the end. 

You can visit us at the Adoption Choices of Colorado website. You can even call, text, or email. Our adoption specialists are waiting to connect with you and can give you the education you need to make a well-informed decision.

Adoption is not an easy way out or an easy choice. However, it can be a wonderful option and provide you and your baby with the most out of life.  

No matter which of these mothers you are, Expectant, Birth, or Adoptive 

Happy Mother’s Day!

If you are facing an unplanned pregnancy and want to learn more about your adoption options, contact Adoption Choices of Colorado by email, phone, or text: Email Us, Text us: 720-371-1099, Call us: 303-670-4673 (HOPE). If you are hoping to adopt, please contact us here.

What Are the Birth Mother Rights After an Adoption in Colorado?

What Are the Birth Mother Rights After an Adoption in Colorado?

By Gabrielle Maya
You are a birth mother in Colorado who has decided to go through an adoption process. You have chosen us, Adoption Choices of Colorado, to prepare you for the adoption plan and adoption process and explain the CO adoption services. One crucial question plaguing your mind is, what about after? What are your birth mother’s rights after the adoption is finalized? We are a reliable adoption agency in Colorado and want to make the adoption process and finalization easy to comprehend and get ready for. Let’s briefly explain what an adoption plan is and how it starts off your adoption process If you need adoption help now, please call or text us at 303-670-4673 (HOPE) or visit us at Adoption Choices of Colorado.

Adoption Plan in Colorado

With an adoption plan, this includes your adoption types:
Open Adoption
Having open communication with your child and the adoptive family. This type of adoption is primarily personal. Forms of contact can be made through video and phone calls, scheduled visiting, emails, and letters with updates on the child’s upbringing.
Closed Adoption
You take your privacy very seriously and do not wish to communicate with your child or adoptive family. You want no personal information exchanged. Your goal is to choose a loving family for your child.
Semi-Open Adoption
You don’t want a personal relationship with your child or adoptive family. However, you’d appreciate consistent updates. You make boundaries of communication. Forms of contact include phone and video calls, scheduled visits, professional emails, and letters. The Adoption Choices of Colorado mediate everything.

What are Your Adoption Preferences?

Next, you decide on specific preferences of what your ideal adoptive family would have. Some of these questions you might want to consider are:
Location
Would you prefer the adoptive family within your neighborhood or the same county? Is farther away in a different city, state, or country a better option?
Upbringing
Based on your own experience of being raised, would you prefer an adoptive family with the same mindset when raising children or something slightly different from your upbringing?
Race/Ethnicity
Is having an adoptive family with the same race your preference, or does it not matter regardless because they will love and care for your child?
Religious Affiliation
Whether you believe in a particular religion or not, would you consider having an adoptive family with a belief a priority?
Family Type
Would you prefer an adoptive family with parents familiar with adoption, kids of their own, same-sex couples, single fathers, or mother parents?

Colorado Adoption Services

  • Financial assistance can be an opportunity to apply for grants and loans and be part of programs that help with your economic instability. See if you are eligible for the opportunities to assist you during your adoption process. Rent, phone bills, transportation fees, medical fees, and other expenses can be covered.
  • Medical expenses may be covered through financial assistance. We can help provide a doctor for you and schedule your appointments. We want to make sure you and the baby are healthy. Medical services can be paid for when applying for medical assistance.
  • Housing is an option if you do not have a home or have specific circumstances that make you feel unsafe or don’t have space in your living arrangements. We can provide possible housing options during the duration of your adoption—places near you where you will feel comfortable and safe.
  • Birth Plan occurs before the actual delivery date. You and your doctor will discuss the preparations, such as the location of the birth, who will be in the delivery room, if you want to breastfeed your child, and if you’d like pain relief medication during the birth.
  • Free Counseling Sessions are an option when you want to go over the adoption process’s emotions, feelings, and stresses or anything in particular. We understand that you may mentally figure out how you feel about the adoption choices you’ve made. We want to allow you to speak to a professional who will help you cope, acknowledge, and accept your adoption.

Birth Mother Rights: The Before and After

Finally, Adoption Choices of Colorado will help you prepare and understand your Birth Mother’s Rights Before and After adoption finalization. You have several crucial birth mother rights before an adoption is finalized.
  • You decide on the type of adoption.
  • The right to decide on the adoptive family.
  • Have complete control of your body
  • You control how you want to receive care for yourself and your baby.
You have the right to change your mind about the adoption process (limitations, depending on the stage of the adoption process and legalities in CO state) Once you are in the process of finalizing your adoption, you relinquish your rights as a birth mother. However, you have these four rights after adoption if you have decided to pursue open adoption.
  • You have the right to communicate with the child
  • Scheduling an in-person visitation
  • You have the right to send letters, make video and phone calls
  • Share with your child at the age of eighteen (closed adoption)
Adoption Choices of Colorado hopes you plan your adoption accordingly. First, our goal is to keep you safe and protected. We want your child to have a loving adoptive family. Finally, we want you to feel satisfied with your final decisions. For any specifications regarding your rights as a birth mother after the adoption is complete, speak to your adoption counselor and adoption specialist. If you are facing an unplanned pregnancy and want to learn more about your adoption options, contact Adoption Choices of Colorado by email, phone, or text: Email Us, Text us: 720-371-1099, Call us: 303-670-4673 (HOPE). If you are hoping to adopt, please contact us here.

How Can An Adoption Agency Help Me Place My Baby For Adoption?

How Can An Adoption Agency Help Me Place My Baby For Adoption?

By Kelly Paczkowski

You have an unplanned pregnancy, and you are not sure that raising the child on your own is in the cards. However, adoption is a great way to ensure your baby will be raised in a loving home. Adoption seems like the best alternative for you and your baby, but where do you start? Contacting an adoption agency in Colorado can give you support and guidance. No doubt you have many questions running through your head, and you might be wondering where to begin. Our adoption agency can help you answer those questions and help you with an adoption plan. One of the first things to think about is what type of adoption you are looking for. Next, you will have to decide how much contact you would like to have with the adoptive family. There is nothing wrong with choosing to have continuous contact or none at all.

Open and Semi-Open Adoption

These types of adoptions allow for contact with the adoptive family. It can include photos and letters, and in some instances, it can include visits. Keeping communication open between each of the parties will be necessary. You need to consider what kind and how much contact you want to have with the adoptive family. Boundaries on both sides need to be respected, so finding an adoptive family with similar ideas is vital. While a Semi-Open adoption allows for less contact, there is still contact allowed.

Closed Adoption

A closed adoption does not allow contact between you and the child and the adoptive family. This means they will not have a lot of information if any, and you will not have a lot on them after the adoption is final.

Adoption Process in Colorado

An unplanned pregnancy can be overwhelming, and you do not need to go through it alone. It can seem scary and emotional to make decisions during your pregnancy. An adoption agency can help you decide what you require during your pregnancy. There might be things that you have not thought of you might need. Some of those things might be financial, medical, or even transport. A representative can help you obtain some of these services.

Just know that you do have the option to change your mind. And it is normal to be unsure of what you want. An adoption agency in Colorado will be there to guide you. It is best to remember that being flexible throughout this process will be critical. You may have an adoptive family fall through. Or change your mind on the amount of contact you may want. You may not be sure of what type of support you may need. All of this can happen, and it is okay.

Choosing an Adoptive Family

An adoption agency in Colorado will help you choose the right adoptive family for your baby. There are many families just waiting to nurture and provide a loving environment for your child. An adoption agency can help you look at family profiles that meet your standards. They will set up phone calls with potential families and even meetings for you. The right adoption agency will make you feel comfortable through the entire process. You have the final say in what environment is essential to you for raising your child. This is one of the most crucial decisions to make in your adoption journey, and an adoption specialist can counsel you on making the right choice.

Additional Adoption Services Our Agency Has to Offer

You do not have to be alone after you have had your baby. Most adoption agencies also provide additional services for you. They can help by offering counseling services, whether individual or group. They can also offer services to help you with shelter, food, or securing doctor appointments. Our adoption specialists want to ensure your health and safety after giving birth. Adoption Choices of Colorado is there with the experience and care you need. Our adoption specialists are prepared to see you through your adoption journey. So contact us by email to get started on answering your questions today. You can even call or text us at 303-670-4673 (HOPE) or visit our Adoption Choices of Colorado website. Let Adoption Choices of Colorado help you with your adoption journey. We look forward to providing you with a safe and healthy environment to start your adoption plan.

What Are My Adoption Post-Placement Services in Colorado

What Are My Adoption Post-Placement Services in Colorado

By Gabrielle Maya

You’re a birth mother in Colorado who plans to put your baby up for adoption. You are searching for adoption agencies in Colorado that will help you with your adoption. Our agency, Adoption Choices of Colorado, can be your ideal agency. We offer several adoption services, assisting in the adoption plan and adoption process. You may know our services, but you are curious about post-placement services available once the adoption is complete. To help understand what is expected during an adoption process and post-placement, please read the following to discuss the next steps. Remember, all decisions are made by you. Our job is to help you create the best adoption for you and your child.

If you or someone you know would like to become a surrogate, please call or text us at 303-670-4673 (HOPE) or visit us at Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Colorado.

How to Begin My Adoption Plan in Colorado

To begin your adoption process, you start with the first step, the adoption plan. Part of the adoption plan is figuring out what type of adoption you want and searching for the ideal adoptive family. 

First, we start with the three types of adoption:

  • Open Adoption: You decide to prefer a close personal relationship with the adoptive family and child. You want consistent communication and contact. You can schedule in-person visits, private emails and letters, videos, and phone calls.
  • Closed Adoption: No form of contact is necessary for this adoption type. You think no personal information should be exchanged. Only your and the adoptive family’s profiles, provided by Adoption Choices of Colorado, are available.
  • Semi-Open Adoption: A combination of closed and open adoption. You want to establish boundaries with your adoptive family and child. However, you still want to have updates on the child’s upbringing. You may want to have a personal connection through communication such as video and phone calls, emails and letters, and in-person visits. You decide which forms of contact are best for you. The adoption specialist mediates all forms of communication.

Birth Mother Questions You Might Want to Know

Next, here are some questions many birth mothers consider before choosing an adoptive family:

  • Location: Do you want your adoptive family to be in the same state, county, or farther away? Would you prefer an adoptive family who is nearby?
  • Upbringing: Do you want the adoptive family to have similar values and morals when raising your child? Would you prefer an adoptive family that plans to raise your child how your family raised you?
  • Family Type: Is there a specific family type you’d prefer to care for your child? Same-sex couples, couples with no children, couples with children, couples familiar with adoption, single mother or father?
  • Religion/Race/ Ethnicity: Is race, ethnicity, or religion relevant to your adoption decision? Would you be comfortable with someone of the same race as yourself? Would you prefer someone with the same faith as you? Or does it not matter if they have different religious beliefs, no religious beliefs, or different races or ethnicity?

Three Post-Placement Adoption Services

  • Post Placement Counseling: Adoption Choices of Colorado offers continuous counseling for those who have completed their adoptions. One-on-one counseling may be at your convenience. We want you to seek help that can support you during your time of grief, anger, guilt, or whichever emotions are spiraling. We want to help you cope, have control, and acknowledge your adoption experience.
  • Support Groupa post-placement support group is an option if you want to surround yourself with other birth mothers. Although you may have different stories, experiences, and opinions on your adoption and choosing it, you are all birth mothers who have chosen adoption. Having people who understand your situation can be uplifting and inspirational.
  • Financial Assistance: Loans, grants, programs, and other services are still eligible for you to apply for after finalizing the adoption. In addition, we understand that you need to get back on your feet after the expenses of the adoption process. Check for your eligibility based on your financial circumstances. Financial assistance can cover rent, utilities, transportation fees, medical aid, phone bill, and other expenses.

How Adoption Choices of Colorado can Help With Post-Placement Services

Adoption Choices of Colorado is an agency you can rely on for your post-placement services. We want you to have all the resources of our adoption services. Therefore, you can depend on us to answer all of your questions about the adoption process and what is needed. We will simplify the steps and make it easy to make your final decisions. So, choose us for your Colorado adoption. If you are interested in learning more about your gestational surrogacy options, contact Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Colorado by email, phone, or text: Email Us, Text us: 720-371-1099, Call us: 303-670-4673 (HOPE). If you are hoping to adopt, please contact us here.

Creating an Adoption Plan in CO with Adoption Choices of Colorado

Creating an Adoption Plan in CO with Adoption Choices of Colorado

By Kelly Paczkowski

An unexpected pregnancy can be stressful and frightening. So many thoughts are running through your mind, and it might be hard to know where to start. You might be considering if adoption is the right choice for you. You will need to contact our adoption agency in Colorado to ask those critical questions and get the answers you need.  

There are a lot of images that come to mind when people think about adoption. Usually, it is a teenager, but that is not always the case. Women of all ages have put children up for adoption for various reasons. It could be because of financial, living conditions, or just not in the right place in their lives to raise a child. Either way, some tough decisions determine if an adoption plan is right for you.

 That is why our experienced representatives at Adoption Choices of Colorado are there to help. We can guide you through the process to make it as comfortable as possible. We will support adoption services in choosing an adoption plan that is right for you and your baby.

If you need adoption help now, please call or text us at 303-670-4673 (HOPE) or visit us at Adoption Choices of Colorado.

What is an Adoption Plan?

An adoption plan includes what you would like to get out of your adoption experience. Your adoption process is unique to you and your baby. It is a detailed list of things you want to get out of your adoption plan. There are a lot of things you may want to consider when creating an adoption plan in CO. Those decisions you will make include:

  • The support services you may need are financial, medical, or even personal support. Who you would like to support you throughout the process.  
  • What type of adoption contact you would like. This would include the amount of contact you would like with your baby and adoptive family.
  • You may want to include a personalized birth plan, where you will give birth, and after-birth support.  

Things to Consider When Creating an Adoption Plan in CO

This is only a start to what to consider. There are many decisions to make, and these are just a few that you will have to answer. To ensure your adoption process is as comfortable as possible, representatives will explain every step of the process and are here to help. If you have a partner, you will want to talk with them to see if adoption is right for you. You may also want to contemplate what you want your journey to looking like. 

  • What is the best choice for you and your baby?
  • How much contact do you want with your baby and adoptive family? 
  • What adoption services will I need before, during, and after the process?

Things to Remember During Your Adoption Process

 To get your preferred outcome, you need to be able to take your time and be sure of your desires. An adoption plan is not something that should be rushed or taken lightly. This is a tough decision and should not be taken lightly. Also, keep in mind that being flexible is essential. There are times when even the well-thought-out plan may need to be mended. Sometimes an adoptive family falls through, or your must-haves have changed. You may even decide that adoption is not right for your circumstances, which is okay. Adoption is a personal choice, and your decisions are respected and understood. However, adoption is a valid option and should be researched. That is where Adoption Choices of Colorado can help.

Where to Begin Your Adoption Journey When Creating an Adoption Plan in CO

 Remember that it is easy to feel overwhelmed in the adoption process. But, you do not have to go through it alone. At Adoption Choices of Colorado, we help you in every step. Our experienced specialists will provide the support and guidance that you need. They will ensure that you are content in your adoption process. It is okay to feel nervous or even scared. By getting help with answering those tough questions, you can decide if adoption is right for you. Again, this is a tough decision, and we want to provide an open and non-judgemental space for you to feel comfortable. If you are a pregnant mother considering adoption, we encourage you and your partner, if you have one, to talk to us about your options and find what is best for you and your baby.

 If you wish to contact our adoption specialists, you can email us. You can even call or text us at  303-670-4673  (HOPE) or visit Adoption Choices of Colorado.  

Let us help you through your adoption journey.

What Does Adoption Finalization in Colorado?

What Does Adoption Finalization in Colorado?

By Gabriella Maya
You are a birth mother in Colorado, and you chose our agency, Adoption Choices of Colorado. Our Colorado adoption agency assisted you with the first steps of the adoption process, creating an adoption plan. You chose one of the three adoption types: open, closed, or semi-open adoption. You have considered your list of essential preferences in an adoptive family and chose one that fits. Now it is time to proceed with the finalization of the adoption. This is the last step of the adoption process, and Adoption Choices of Colorado will prepare you for the finalization process and what to expect. Continue reading for more information. If you need adoption help now, please call or text us at 303-670-4673 (HOPE) or visit us at Adoption Choices of Colorado.

What is Adoption Finalization?

Adoption finalization is when you legally transfer custody of the child to the adoptive family. The court ensures the child is safe in a trusted home and family. The adoption specialist and judge will help simplify the legalities of this process. Every child put up for adoption is protected by two very important laws called ASFA and ICWA, ensuring that every adoption is legal and safe.

What Are the Four Steps in Finalizing My Adoption?

When planning the finalization, a few things will occur in court that you must know. Each of these steps is simple and self-explanatory.
  1. Sworn In: Before entering the courtroom by yourself or with your chosen family, you must be called upon by the court judge to proceed.
  2. Discuss Overall Adoption Process: The court judge will discuss the adoption process so far up to the present day. Tracking the progress of the adoption and how the adoptive family is responding.
  3. Questioning Adoptive Family: The court judge asks the adoptive family various questions to see the intention and whether or not they are a proper caregiver.
  4. Finalization: The moment of truth where you sign the legal adoption decree documents, transferring custody to the adoptive family.

Unplanned Pregnancy Adoption Services in Colorado

Here are the adoption services you can use during your adoption process and after post-pregnancy.

Financial Aid

Apply for our loans and grants to see if you are eligible for approved financial compensation. We understand that adoption can be a financial challenge. You may apply to many of our programs and financial aids that can help you pay off expenses. We can pay for rent, maternity materials, phone bills, medical expenses, and transportation.

Medical Assistance

Finding the proper medical care can be tricky, especially if you do not have medical insurance or a primary doctor. Regardless of your income or doctor status, we offer professional doctors who want to help with your adoption plan.

Housing

You may not have a home, have enough space, or are in between houses. Regardless of your living arrangement status, we offer you housing. You are eligible to have a safe and comfortable space for you and your child. We empathize with your tough journey ahead. A place of solace is right for a birth mother. We have a list of potential living spaces for you to check out.

Birth Plan

You talk to your doctor about the birth plan during your pregnancy. Your want to prepare for safe, comfortable delivery. Some questions to think about are the location of the birth, who you want in the delivery room, if you want to breastfeed your child, would you want pain relief medicine, or prefer an all-natural birth/c section. For the finalization to occur, the baby must be born first before any legalities can be made.

Free Counseling

Being in a difficult mental state is normal when going through your adoption process. There may not be time to focus on your mental health. We offer counseling sessions: one on one or in a group. We are here for you 24/7 during and after the adoption is complete. Having a safe headspace to analyze your emotions and feelings, learn new coping skills, and accept the adoption; are the few practices you will learn at Adoption Choices of Colorado.

How Adoption Choices of Colorado Can Help

Adoption Choices of Colorado is the best agency in Colorado. We want to help with your adoption plan, adoption process, and finalization. This might be a tough road ahead, and you may feel overwhelmed or unprepared, but know that we are there for you. We want to help simplify the journey to make each step easier to handle. All decisions are made by you, and you control this journey. Our goal is the same as yours. We want your child to be in the hands of a loving family that you approve of. Join us and choose adoption in Colorado. If you are facing an unplanned pregnancy and want to learn more about your adoption options, contact Adoption Choices of Colorado by email, phone, or text: Email Us, Text us: 720-371-1099, Call us: 303-670-4673 (HOPE). If you are hoping to adopt, please contact us here.

What Are The Adoption Services in Colorado?

What Are The Adoption Services in Colorado?

By Gabrielle Maya

Are you a birth mother living in the state of Colorado? You have an unexpected pregnancy and plan on choosing adoption as an option. However, you may not be aware of any adoption agencies in Colorado or the provided adoption servicesAdoption Choices of Colorado is an agency you can count on. We will help answer all your questions regarding adoption and unplanned pregnancy services. We understand and empathize with you. Adoption can be an overwhelming decision. You are doing a selfless act for your child. We will help every step of the way. For more information on how to start your adoption, keep reading.

What Is an Adoption Plan?

An adoption plan is a step a birth mother must complete until the entire adoption process is finalized. The first two steps you will be asked to do are: figure out what type of adoption you want and what kind of adoptive family to choose.

There are three basic adoption types you can choose from. Do any of these types resonate with you?

Open Adoption

I am a birth mother interested in having a relationship with my child and the adoptive family in the future. I want consistent close communication with my child. Types of contact options are personal emails and letters, in-person visits, and phone/video calls. 

Closed Adoption

I’m a birth mother who chooses that no contact form is best. I think the child will have a healthy, happy life with the adoptive family I chose. 

Semi-Open Adoption

I am a birth mother who wants a relationship with the adoptive family and my child. However, I think I should schedule communication on a professional basis. Forms of communication can be professional emails and letters with photographs, video and phone calls, and scheduled in-person visits. All contact forms are updates on the child’s well-being and are mediated through Adoption Choices of Colorado.

Five common questions to consider when choosing an adoptive family are:

1. Location

Do you want the adoptive family to be near you? In the same county, state, or city?

2. Values and Morals

Having similar values and morals is an essential preference for you. Does it matter if they have some different opinions about living a well-balanced life?

3. Upbringing

Do you want an adoptive family that shares the same views on how a child should be raised? Are you flexible and will accept if they have some differences in raising a child?

4. Race/ Ethnic background

Would you prefer an adoptive family with the same background as you, or does it not matter?

5. Religion

Is religion an essential part of your life that you want a family with the same religion to raise your child? Do you think any family with any type of religious background is fine? If you are an atheist, do you want your adoptive family to be atheists?

Consider these questions very carefully, including other kinds of preferences you have in mind. Once you have completed this checklist, your adoption specialist from Adoption Choices of Colorado will find the adoptive families that are a good fit for you. 

Colorado Adoption Services: What’s Involved?

Adoption Choices of Colorado offers several unplanned pregnancy services for you and your child. We understand that this entire adoption process can be overwhelming. You may not be financially stable or have any resources to rely on. We are here to offer you eligible resources to apply for. From the start of your adoption to post-placement, our agency is here to provide the support you need. 

Financial Aid

If you don’t have enough financial stability or savings to help support your adoption, we offer loans and grants. We encourage you to check your eligibility and apply to our financial resources. We can pay off your rent, groceries, maternity clothes, phone bill, transportation fees, and medical expenses.

Medical Assistance

We understand that medical expenses can be burdensome. Whether you have a reliable doctor and insurance, know that we have doctors who are happy to take your case and watch over you and your child’s health. We can help you stay on track with your checkups and other appointments.

Housing

Your home may not be accommodating for an adoption. You want safety and comfort and plenty of space for yourself. We offer potential accommodation near you. We have a list of locations that you can choose from and discuss with your adoption specialist.

Birth Plan

This is one of the steps of the adoption plan. Your due date will be getting closer. One of your discussions with your doctor is about planning the birth. We want you to feel safe and comfortable when giving birth. All decisions are final and made by you. The location of the birth, who is in the delivery room, if you choose to breastfeed, if you want an all-natural birth or c section; the doctor will make it happen.

Free Counseling

With an adoption process to think about, all your emotions and feelings may have been tossed to the side. Whether you went through the push and pull of adoption, these thoughts and feelings are valid and common for a birth mother. There are counseling sessions you can go to 24/7. You can choose one or group counseling. We are available to you after the adoption and during. Learn to accept, cope, and acknowledge your adoption.

Adoption Choices of Colorado is a reliable agency that you can trust. Our unplanned pregnancy services offer step-by-step guidance on completing your adoption and finding the right adoptive family. You are brave, courageous, and strong. Adoption is an option for all birth mothers alike. Regardless of your circumstances, we support and validate your decisions, emotions, and feelings. 

How Do I Put My Child Up for Adoption In Colorado?

How Do I Put My Child Up for Adoption In Colorado?

By Gabrielle Maya

Your unexpected pregnancy has led to your adoption decision. You may have several questions and feel clueless when it comes to the adoption process. If you are a birth mother and are in need of adoption agencies in Colorado to choose from, Adoption Choices of Colorado is the place for you. We have all the tools you need to get started on your adoption process and plan. You may have many questions about how to get started and what an adoption plan entails. We will be happy to answer any questions you may have. For more information on how to put your child up for adoption, continue to read.

If you need adoption help now, please call or text us at 303-670-4673 (HOPE) or visit us at Adoption Choices of Colorado.

How Do I Start My Adoption Plan?

When starting your adoption plan, the first step is to decide on what adoption type fits your circumstances. and list the preferences you want in your adoptive family.

  • Open Adoption is when you want a more personal relationship with your child and adoptive family. You want to be a part of your child’s life. You want to plan personal, consistent communication. Forms of contact can be scheduled whenever you want. You can do phone and video calls, in-person visits, emails, and letters with pictures.
  • Closed Adoption can be the ideal option for you if you do not want any personal communication or contact with the child or the adoptive parent. Based on your circumstances, you don’t want your personal information shared, and that’s valid.
  • Semi-Open Adoption is similar to open adoption. The types of contact are the same. It is up to you to decide on the consistency of communication. You do not want a personal relationship, just updates on your child’s upbringing. All forms of communication will be monitored and mediated by our adoption agency.

Choosing the Right Adoptive Family

The second step of an adoption plan is to list the preferences you want in your adoptive family. Here are some examples of questions you can ask yourself about the ideal adoptive family.

  • Do I want the adoptive family in a nearby location, or am I comfortable with more distance?
  • Do I consider religion in my upbringing? Does it matter what religion they are or if they share the same religious values? Will I even want to consider religion when I don’t follow any?
  • Are race and ethnicity a key factor in my choosing an adoptive family?
  • Would I want the adoptive family to share the same morals and values? Do I want them to meet all of them or just a few important ones that matter to me?
  • Would I want the adoptive family to have similar ways of child upbringing?

Colorado Adoption Services

We offer many adoption services that you are eligible for and can apply for. Based on your needs and current circumstances, you may just want to apply for a few. We do not judge your circumstances. These services are here to help you in need during this adoption process and post-placement as well. We encourage you to use our services.

Financial Aid

We offer loans and grants for those who need financial aid and stability. We want to lessen the financial issue and assist. Our financial aid plan can help you pay rent, transportation, phone bill, medical expenses, maternity materials, and groceries.

Medical Assistance

If you do not have medical insurance or a primary doctor, we have a list of medical professionals who can take your case. We offer medical services that include scheduling medical checkups, helping pay medical expenses, and finding a doctor suitable for you. All decisions are up to you, and we want you to feel safe using our services.

Housing

Whether you have a home or not, we offer housing in locations near you. Your living space may not be the environment you want to spend your pregnancy in. We offer affordable, comfortable housing for the duration of the adoption process. Even once the adoption is finalized, we let you stay in your living arrangement for a few months to get back on your feet and help you find your own permanent place.

Birth Plan

As the delivery date is arriving soon, you and your doctor will be discussing a plan for the delivery of the child. At Adoption Choices of Colorado, we want to make your delivery an experience safe and comfortable for you. Important questions to consider would be the location of the birth, if you want anyone in the delivery room, do you want a c section or natural birth, or would you like pain relief meds.

Free Counseling

We offer free counseling during your adoption process and after. Our one-on-one sessions and group counseling can benefit you. We understand there are many emotions and feelings to explore during this process. An unexpected pregnancy can take a mental toll on anyone. You are not alone, and if you need a safe space to share, we offer that. There is no timeline for this service. We encourage you to go to our sessions whenever you are ready.

How Adoption Choices of Colorado can Help You

Adoption Choices of Colorado is a safe, non-judgemental agency in Colorado. For any birth mother living in Colorado, we want to offer you a place to get started on your adoption plan. We offer services for all birth mothers in different situations. A reliable place for those who have questions about adoption, for those who are certain or uncertain if adoption is the right path. We will be happy to work with you and start your journey today.

If you are facing an unplanned pregnancy and want to learn more about your adoption options, contact Adoption Choices of Colorado by email, phone, or text: Email Us, Text us: 720-371-1099, Call us: 303-670-4673 (HOPE). If you are hoping to adopt, please contact us here.

Do I Get Paid to Put My Baby Up for Adoption in Colorado?

Do I Get Paid to Put My Baby Up for Adoption in Colorado?

By Kyla Helwig

You are facing an unplanned pregnancy. You aren’t able to be a mother right now, but you want to be able to provide for your baby. If you are in this situation right now, adoption might be for you. Through adoption, you will be able to provide your baby with a home and family. You can even stay involved in your baby’s life in some cases. Here at Adoption Choices of Colorado, we understand that it’s not easy to choose adoption. Some birth mothers may wonder if they can receive compensation for putting their baby up for adoption. Although receiving outside income may be desirable for struggling women, getting paid for adoption is illegal. At Adoption Choices of Colorado, we want to explain why we can’t pay you for adoption. Additionally, we want to tell you why you should still consider adoption anyway.

If you need adoption help now, please call or text us at 303-670-4673 (HOPE) or visit us at Adoption Choices of Colorado.

Why Is Adoption Compensation Illegal?

In short, receiving money in exchange for a child is unethical. No matter what state you carry out adoption in, receiving compensation for a child will be illegal. Human life is priceless, and putting a price tag on your child diminishes their worth. Although you may be struggling financially, selling your baby is not a good way for you to make money. Ultimately, receiving compensation for adoption is a form of human trafficking. There are plenty of ways to make money that don’t involve buying and selling children. For more information speak to your adoption specialist or legal adviser.

What If I’m Struggling Financially During Pregnancy?

If you are facing financial difficulties during your pregnancy, Adoption Choices of Colorado is here to help. Although you can’t receive payment for your child’s adoption, you can receive support from adoption agencies. There are many adoption agencies in Colorado to choose from to provide you with pregnancy support. At Adoption Choices of Colorado, we provide birth mothers with financial support throughout their pregnancy. If you are struggling to provide for pregnancy-related expenses, reach out to a birth mother counselor to get help. In addition, you may be eligible for financial support from the state. The counselor you are working with will determine your need level and work to get you to support as soon as possible.

What Adoption Resources Are Available?

When you partner with Adoption Choices of Colorado, there are a few adoption services that you will receive. One resource is your adoption counselor. Throughout your adoption, you will have questions and decisions to make. Your counselor will be there to guide you through the process and provide wisdom. Some decisions will be tough, so receiving outside input will benefit. Additionally, all counselors are very familiar with adoption and how it works. Therefore, they are well equipped to provide you with information and advice.

Another resource our agency provides is post-placement counseling. After your baby has been placed with their adoptive parents, you may feel strong emotions. The whole adoption process is taxing and can cause some mental health issues. If you find yourself struggling mentally after your child’s placement, we are here to help. We provide birth mothers with individual and group therapy from trained professionals. We hope you will find a community at Adoption Choices of Colorado that you can trust.

Another resource that can assist you financially is our agency’s housing support. If you are homeless or can’t pay rent, our agency can assist you during your pregnancy. Having a safe living environment during pregnancy is essential, and we want to help you out. We will cover your rent during pregnancy and up to six weeks after delivery. Additionally, your counselor will be there to assist you with transportation and other assistance while you are pregnant.

How Do I Get Started On Adoption in Colorado?

If you are interested in pursuing adoption, your first step will be to make the difficult decision. It’s hard to deal with pregnancy, but once you decide to pursue adoption, our agency can help you out. Your adoption counselor will guide you through each step of the process and clear up confusion. If you are facing an unplanned pregnancy and want to learn more about your adoption options, contact Adoption Choices of Colorado by email, phone, or text: Email Us, Text us: 720-371-1099, Call us: 303-670-4673 (HOPE). If you are hoping to adopt, please contact us here.

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