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Adoption Information and Resources

Every woman facing an unplanned pregnancy has her own questions and concerns about adoption. In the articles and links below, you will find answers to many adoption questions. Adoption Choices of Colorado is committed to providing you the information and resources that you need during this time. If any of your adoption questions aren’t answered in these articles, our Adoption Specialists are here to help. Call us at 303-670-4673(HOPE) or text us at 720-371-1099 anytime, for free, and with no obligation!

Latest Adoption News

You are What You Eat: Eating Healthy During Your Unplanned Pregnancy

Here at Adoption Choices of Colorado, we aim to support you through all things. Even the questions you may have when you are faced with an unplanned pregnancy. You how to stay healthy and what foods you should and should not be eating. You’ve come to the right place!...

The Top 6 Myths about Birth Mothers Dismantled

To understand who birth mothers truly are, we must understand what they are not. Sadly, there are many myths about birth mothers that paint false images of them and the adoption journey. Adoption Choices of Colorado would like to dispel some of those, and put minds at...

Adoption Language and Group Health

The specific language, reproduced below, of 29USC is found on page 276, Section 609 of https://legcounsel.house.gov/Comps/Employee%20Retirement%20Income%20Security%20Act%20Of%201974.pdf (c) GROUP HEALTH PLAN COVERAGE OF DEPENDENT CHILDREN IN CASES OF ADOPTION.— (1)...

Adoptive Momma-roo and Daddy-roo Care: The Benefits of Skin-to-Skin Contact

Skin-to-skin contact (SSC) or Kangaroo Care is where a birth mother has direct skin contact with the child on her chest or belly, much like kangaroos do with their young. Skin-to-skin isn’t just for adoptive mommas, but for adoptive papas too! Skin-to-skin contact has...

Closure and how it Relates to Transracial adoption

Every day, other adoptees out in the world are searching for their birth parents. Very few of them actually document the process - showing and relating what it is like to go through this process in real time and what it feels like. The 2013 documentary Closure is...

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