Working with Our Adoption Agencies in Colorado

By Blessing E. Ikhimokpa

There will always be birth children that need to be placed into homes. Adoption made it safer and easier for that to happen. Adoption agencies were created for the birth parent(s). Who have decided they would like to place their birth child up for adoption. It’s not only for the birth parent(s) considering adoption. It has services that cover other areas of the pregnancy as well. For example, if the birth mother doesn’t know what their options are. There are adoption specialists that can help the birth mother come to a decision. While also having counseling for the birth parent(s) that would like to receive it.  Adoption Choices of Colorado is a private adoption agency that helps birth mothers who are pregnant and considering adoption. Working with our adoption agencies in Colorado and our specialists can help bring you peace of mind. Our agency has licensed counselors that are glad to help the birth parent(s) throughout their 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.

What does it mean to be a licensed, local, and private adoption agency in Colorado?

A licensed adoption agency can help the birth parent (s) who are considering adoption. In any place in their state. As long as there is a birth parent (s) who would like to place their birth child up for adoption. Then the licensed adoption agency can help them. 

Local adoption agencies are within the county and state. It doesn’t matter where you live in Colorado as long as there are adoption agencies in your area. If you’re dealing with an unplanned pregnancy. Then you can visit your local adoption agency and ask them what your options are. 

Private adoption agencies are agencies like Adoption Choices of Colorado, where the agency has services catered to the birth parent (s). While also having counselors and adoption agents who will help the birth parent (s) throughout the adoption process. Since it’s a private adoption, it’s faster because the birth parent (s) are doing it themselves. 

While also receiving help from the adoption agents if needed. Unlike with a public adoption agency. Where the birth parent (s) aren’t involved in the process, in a private adoption, the birth parent (s) get to decide what they would like to do. 

Does location matter when it comes to adoption in Colorado?

Local adoption agencies are within the county and state. This means the location doesn’t matter. You could live in Denver and still be able to find a local adoption agency if you live in Denver and are considering adoption. Then you can check out Denver Adoption

Local means in your area. As long as there is an Adoption agency available. Birth parent (s) can use them. There are two types of adoption agencies when it comes to location. There are local and national. Local is for people that want something close. While national is the whole country. If the birth parent (s) want an in-person experience. Then they can choose the local adoption agency in their area. Otherwise, they could go online and go to a national adoption agency website. 

Advantages of birth mothers working with a private adoption agency like Adoption Choices of Colorado?

Adoption Choices of Colorado is a private adoption agency. Who works hand in hand with the birth parent (s) considering adoption. When birth mothers work with our agency, they get the advantage of:

  • Taking control of their adoption process
  • Picking and reviewing the potential adoptive parent (s)
  • Deciding which type of adoption they would like
  • Having financial, medical, housing and transportation help
  • Getting a hospital/birth plan help
  • Having the choice to spend time with the birth child before the adoption finalization 

While Working with Our Adoption Agencies, Are birth fathers forgotten?

During the adoption process, people focus mainly on the birth mother. Making the birth father seem forgotten. But that’s not the case. When the birth mother (s) go to counseling, the birth father can go with them as well. Or the birth father can go to counseling by himself. 

People don’t put too much focus on the birth father. When the birth mother is going through an unplanned pregnancy, they don’t see that the birth father could be having difficulties as well. Especially if the birth father doesn’t want to place the child up for adoption. But the birth mother does. 

The reason birth father (s) seems to be forgotten is that:

  • Not every birth father is in the birth mother (s) life
  • The birth father doesn’t know the birth mother is pregnant
  • The birth father is unknown
  • The birth mother and birth father don’t have a great relationship
  • The pregnancy was unplanned, so the birth father didn’t want to be involved

When the birth mother(s) feel guilty, regretful, or doubtful about the adoption, the birth father could be feeling the same emotions. But might not tell anyone, in case they get shamed for trying to take the focus off the birth mother. 

You’re not alone in the adoption process. Contact your local adoption agency for help. 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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