What is a Colorado Adoption Plan?
If you are currently experiencing an unplanned pregnancy in Colorado, Adoption Choices of Colorado is here to help. We have staff waiting to assist you with all of your adoption questions and needs. Unplanned pregnancies can be scary, but they do not have to be. Adoption is always a viable option, and Adoption Choices of Colorado is here to help you navigate your adoption journey from start to finish.
What is a Colorado Adoption Plan?
An adoption plan is a plan that includes everything from who you would like to adopt your baby to the type of adoption you would like. Adoption plans are specific to each birth mother. While adoption plans can be similar, no two are alike.
The first step of your adoption plan is to call or text Adoption Choices of Colorado. We will assign you an adoption facilitator who will be your guide throughout the adoption process. Your adoption coordinator will ensure that you get the necessary financial assistance you may need and also be your advocate during labor and delivery.
Adoption Choices of Colorado provides financial assistance to all of its birth mothers who qualify. Financial assistance can cover maternity-related expenses such as rent, groceries, cell phone service, and transportation. Pregnancy is challenging enough; we aim to lessen the burdens you may face during this difficult time. Our staff will also make sure that you are receiving adequate medical care throughout your pregnancy.
The next step of the adoption process is choosing an adoptive family for your baby. Your adoption facilitator will supply you with a range of prospective adoptive family profiles, and it is your responsibility to choose an adoptive family based on the life you want your child to have. If you are not satisfied with the first round of adoptive families we present you with, we will provide you with more. We never rush you through this part of the adoption process. We want you to feel comfortable and confident in your decision.
What Are the Different Types of Adoption?
Once you have chosen your child’s adoptive family, it is then time to decide on the types of adoption you would like. There are three main types of adoption: open, semi-open, and closed; no one type of adoption is better than the other. In an open adoption, there is direct contact between you and the adoptive parents. You can exchange emails, phone numbers, and social media accounts if you wish. In a semi-open adoption, all communication is disseminated through your adoption facilitator; there is no direct contact between you and the adoptive family in a semi-open adoption. Finally, closed adoptions involve no communication whatsoever between you and the adoptive family. Your medical history is the only information they and your child will receive about you.
Adoption Choices of Colorado provides post-placement support to all of its birth mothers. The main type of post-placement support we offer is supportive counseling. Supportive counseling can be one-on-one, group counseling, or birth mother retreats. One-on-one counseling is great if you want to privately express your fears and concerns regarding your adoption. These sessions are 100% confidential. Group counseling, much like birth mother retreats, allows you to connect with other birth mothers. These sessions foster a sense of community.
At Adoption Choices of Colorado, we are committed to providing a safe environment where you can place your baby up for adoption. We never rush our birth mothers through this process, and your care is our #1 priority. We also do not abandon you after the birth of your child.
Contact Adoption Choices of Colorado Today!
Our adoption agencies in Colorado are ready and waiting to assist you with offices in Denver and Colorado Springs. You can call or text us any time of the day or night; we are available 24/7. Contact Adoption Choices of Colorado today to begin your adoption journey!
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.
Meet the Author: Rayna Batiste is an alumna of the University of West Florida with a bachelor’s degree in Creative Writing. Having graduated with honors, she hopes to attend graduate school at New York University, majoring in Journalism. Rayna is also a United States Air Force veteran who enjoys watching documentaries about pretty much any subject, learning, and spending quality time with her family and friends. She is also a fitness enthusiast and an avid Peloton user.
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