Pregnant & considering adoption? We understand what you are going through. You are not alone, there is help for you here. We help expectant mothers in Nebraska explore adoption in a safe, supportive, and personalized environment.
Since 1998, Angel Adoption has been providing expectant mothers from Omaha, Lincoln, Bellevue, Grand Island, and other Nebraska cities extensive support, resources, and guidance throughout their entire pregnancy.
Finding out you are pregnant can be an emotional time, especially if the pregnancy is unexpected. Angel Adoption works with pregnant women in Nebraska through the entire process of infant adoption. No matter where you live in Nebraska, an adoption agency can connect you with adopting families who want nothing more than to provide a good home for your child.
We know that this can be a scary and overwhelming time, but remember you are never alone. Our dedicated adoption coordinators are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to answer your questions, discuss your options, and help you make the decision that is best for you and your baby. We will never pressure you one way or another. All of our services are 100% confidential. Your privacy is safe and your information will never be shared. Call, text, chat, or email us anytime, day or night.
Choosing adoption should not create a financial burden. If you make an adoption plan you are guaranteed to receive financial assistance in Nebraska for medical, legal, and counseling fees. You may also be able to receive assistance for living expenses. Financial assistance is handled through your social worker or attorney.
Adoption is a loving and selfless gift you can give both your baby and their adoptive family. Your decision to place your baby for adoption with a Nebraska adoption agency will be a long-awaited miracle for a hopeful family.
There are many reasons expectant mothers choose adoption in Nebraska. There are endless factors to consider when you are responsible for another life. Your needs become secondary to feeding, clothing, educating and loving a child. Overall, mothers decide to place their baby for adoption because they care about themselves and, more importantly, they care about their baby. An expectant mother may want to place her baby with an adoption agency in Nebraska if:
If you decide you are not ready to be a parent, you can choose an adopting family for your baby. Adoption can provide your baby:
Even if you have not made a decision to place your baby for adoption, contacting an adoption agency in Nebraska or adoption organization, like Angel Adoption, is a great way to weigh your options. Our caring adoption professionals can answer any questions you have, and provide you with all the information you need to move forward if you do choose to make an adoption plan.
You are probably wondering how this works. To complete the adoption process in Nebraska, here is an overview of the steps you will take.
Your adoption plan is customized to your specific wants and needs. You’ll start by browsing our database of waiting adoptive family profiles. You can choose what type of adoption you want, including how much contact you’d like to have with your baby and the adopting parents during and after the adoption.
If you’ve chosen to communicate with the family adopting your baby, we can arrange for you to talk on the phone, email, or text with them. Whatever you’re most comfortable with! All of the adopting families we work with have been licensed to adopt a baby in the United States and are fully prepared to provide your baby a loving and stable home.
Next, you will meet with a social worker or attorney – at no cost to you. This meeting allows you to tell them about your needs and wants during the adoption, and help you to learn more about the legal aspects of adoption.
Throughout your pregnancy, we will provide you with all the support and assistance you need. You can communicate with the adoptive family as much or as little as you wish. As you get closer to your due date, we can help you make arrangements for the birth.
When your baby is born, you can spend as much time as you would like to in the hospital with your baby, the adoptive family, and/or a counselor. The baby will go directly home from the hospital with the adoptive family. Shortly after you will sign the legal documents consenting to the adoption.
After the adoption process is completed, the amount of contact you’ll have with the baby and adoptive family depends on the type of adoption you choose. The post-adoption experience is different for every birthmother. Your Nebraska adoption agency will help you to put together a plan to move forward after the adoption and get the support you need.
A fulfilling part of the adoption process is being able to select the right adoptive family for your baby. All Angel Adoption families have been pre-screened, are licensed to adopt a baby in the United States, and are ready to provide a safe, stable, and loving home.
Before you start looking through adoptive parent profiles, think about what matters most to you. What are your must haves? What are deal breakers? Is there anything you don’t want? You have the right to pick any adoptive family based on any set of criteria. Take your time, and review as many profiles as you need to find the family that is the perfect fit.
The first step towards putting your baby up for adoption is contacting an adoption agency in Nebraska, or an adoption organization, like Angel Adoption. If you choose to work with us, we will be your guide and support system throughout the entire adoption process. You will view profiles of families hoping to adopt and choose one for your baby. We’ll help you put together a personalized adoption plan that includes whether it will be an open or closed adoption, who will be with you during delivery, and what you’ll do after the adoption.
No. As a birthmother, all of our counseling and services are provided at no cost to you. You will also receive financial assistance for housing and pregnancy-related expenses.
No. Adoption is entirely your choice. Your parents cannot legally prevent you from putting your baby up for adoption. You decide what is the best option for you and your baby.
An adoption requires the consent of both parents as long as they meet certain requirements that give them the right to do so. The rights of the father depend on several factors.
If you are married or have lived with him at some point during the pregnancy, his consent will likely be required to place your baby for adoption. If you were never married and never lived together, most states will not need the birthfather’s consent. He may be notified of the pending adoption, and at that point may have the right to consent or object.
If you are unsure of how to proceed with the birthfather’s involvement in the adoption, you can contact us anytime to discuss your specific situation.
We all have important choices to make in life. If you’re experiencing an unplanned pregnancy, deciding if you want to place your baby for adoption is one of those choices. It is normal to question your thoughts and feelings about such a difficult decision.
Before making your choice, it’s important to understand what adoption means. Adoption is a permanent, legally binding process that takes place when a woman — or set of parents — decides not to parent and chooses to allow another family to raise her baby. After the adoption has finalized you will no longer have any legal parental rights. Every woman’s situation is unique, and only you know what is best for you and your baby. Take your time with this decision and think about why you are exploring adoption.
Adoptive families are thoroughly evaluated through a home study course conducted by a licensed agency. This process includes assessments of the parent’s character, marital stability, financial situation, lifestyle, and medical history. The agency will also run background checks to verify there is no record of criminal activity or child abuse. A social worker will inspect the family’s home to ensure it is a safe environment for a child.
Angel Adoption requires each family that works with us to be educated on adopting and parenting. After a baby has been placed with the adoptive family, a social worker will continue to monitor and supervise the family.
There are three types of adoption, open, semi-open, and closed adoption. Open adoption is the most common form of adoption in the United States. In an open or semi-open adoption, you can choose the adoptive family and decide on the amount and type of contact during and after the adoption. In a closed adoption, you and the adoptive parents remain anonymous and have no ongoing communication after the adoption has finalized.
It’s never too late. We receive phone calls and messages from women who are in labor and women who have already had their baby. If you decide to place your baby for adoption, you can contact us anytime — we are here for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We can have an adoptive family available for your baby within hours. The adoptive parents will take the baby home with them from the hospital, avoiding any need for foster care.
If you are thinking about adoption in Nebraska we are here to help and support you. We’ve worked with thousands of expectant mothers through the adoption process, and understand what you’re going through. We are here to provide friendly, non-judgemental guidance and compassionate support. Please reach out however you’re most comfortable. Call us anytime at 1-888-378-1112, text us at 815-307-5837, live chat with us online, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re always here for you!!
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