Making Adoption Plans

Sometimes, life has a funny way of taking us places we never intended to go.

If you’re thinking of making adoption plans, you probably already know that.

Whether you’re facing an unplanned pregnancy or looking for a good family to adopt your toddler, whether you’re hiding a pregnancy or you’ve already given birth or you’re wondering “should I give up my baby for adoption?” you can call Abrazo right now, whatever time it is, and get all the help you need: 210-342-5683. Or submit our Confidential Inquiry form online. Or text “help me” to 210-860-5683 and we will. Day or night.

We’ll help you explore your adoption options and give you honest answers to your questions. FullSizeRender(1)Abrazo offers free adoption help for any parents considering placement. (Just ask to speak with Rachel, who works with placing parents, or Elizabeth or Ximena, who are trained therapists.)

Adoption isn’t your only choice, of course. You’ll want to consider all your pregnancy options and parenting resources to be sure. But for those who want to choose life over abortion, who aren’t ready for parenting and don’t see welfare and WIC or foster care or relative placement as better alternatives, Abrazo’s adoption choices offer a better solution for all concerned; birthparents, adoptive parents, but most of all, baby. (To watch one of Abrazo’s cases that was featured on TV, click here: Angel’s Gift.)

What Can Abrazo Do To Help?

Making adoption plans is the easier part. And Abrazo is happy to help you.

If you need financial assistance with maternity expenses (housing, transportation, food, clothing, medical care or other pregnancy-related essentials), Texas laws enable Abrazo to help, before and after birth, in cases of documented need (void where prohibited).

For starters, you need to know that Texas moms who are placing can’t make any legal commitment to adoption until 48 hours after the child’s birth (at least). That’s important to know. You need to know that any agreements you and the adopting parents make to keep in touch after placement are voluntary (but not legally-enforceable) in Texas. And you need to know that you don’t have to go to court to do the adoption– Abrazo will go in your place.

And if you need to make adoption plans for a baby, toddler or child that’s already born or whom you’ve already been parenting, that’s no problem; Abrazo has loving homes ready and waiting right now.

Texas laws currently don’t require the consent of an unmarried/alleged father who hasn’t legally established paternity and provided support. Yet responsible fathers deserve to be included, so whenever a babydaddy is wanting to be involved in an adoption plan, we welcome his participation. (Click here for Prospective Birthfather Info).
Abrazo also offers private counseling, adoption education, a birthparent support group and professional referrals to help you find your own best answers. Have other children or family members who may be affected? They’re welcome, too, if you want them involved. Want to talk with other birthmoms who’ve “been there, done this?” We’ll gladly put you in touch.

And if you choose not to complete an adoption plan, that’s your right, and you owe nothing but an honest answer. Because ultimately, only you can decide what is best for you and your baby.

Where Do I Begin?

There’s an old Chinese proverb that says that a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.

Ready to take that first step? Just start by contacting Abrazo… today.

Reaching out to Abrazo means taking the first step in a loving journey– exploring all your options in order to choose the best and brightest future for your child.

And you can count on Abrazo to support you every step of the way.