Our Adoption Program:How It Works
If you are thinking about giving your baby up for adoption, you have come to the right place. Angel Adoption is more than just a regular private adoption agency, in fact we provide extensive support, resources, and guidance throughout your entire pregnancy.
When you’re ready, you can call us anytime at 1-888-378-1112 or click the Chat Now icon below to chat with us online right now. We will answer any questions you have and help you make your decision. We will never pressure you one way or another. Click here to review your rights as a potential birthmother working with us.
Create an Adoption Plan
We will help you create an adoption plan based on your specific wants and needs. You’ll start by browsing adoption families from our database of family profiles. You’ll also be able to choose what type of adoption you want, including how much contact you’d like to have with your baby and the adoptive parents during and after the adoption.
Communicate With a Family
If you’ve chose to communicate with your adoptive family, we can arrange for you to talk on the phone, email, or text with them. Whatever you’re most comfortable with! All of the families we work with have been licensed to adopt a baby in the United States and are fully prepared to offer your baby a loving and stable home.
Connect With a Social Worker or Attorney
Next, you will meet with a social worker or attorney. We’ll arrange this for you at no cost. This meeting will allow you to tell them about your needs and wants. It also gives you a chance to learn more about the legal aspects of adoption.
Throughout your pregnancy, we will provide support and assistance as needed. You can also communicate with your adoptive family as much or as little as you wish. As you get closer to your due date, we will help you make arrangements for delivering the baby.
When the Baby is Born
After the baby is born, you’ll be able to spend time with the baby, the adoptive family, and/or a counselor. The baby will go directly home from the hospital with the adoptive family. Shortly after the baby is born, 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. You’ll probably experience an array of emotions, both positive and negative. Your adoption coordinator can work with you to put together a post-adoption plan that will help you move forward and have the support you need after the adoption.