There is no single reason why birthmothers choose to put their baby up for adoption. That’s because every birthmother is unique and each adoption has it’s own set of circumstances. Consider these common reasons before making a decision. It’s safe, confidential, and free.
Choosing adoption isn’t always easy. The staff at Angel Adoption is devoted to being your support system throughout the entire process. Learn More »
Contact Angel Adoption to learn about your options.
Begin prenatal care and learn about having a healthy pregnancy.
We’ll help you create an adoption plan that reflects your unique needs.
Browse our list of loving adoptive families and find one that’s the right fit for your baby.
Connect with an adoption social worker or adoption attorney.
Social Worker or Attorney
We will provide you with support and assistance throughout your pregnancy.
After your baby is born, he or she can go directly home with the adoptive family.
Place Your Baby
Legalize the adoption by completing the necessary paperwork.
Continue with post-adoption support to move forward in a healthy way.
Explore our bank of information and resources about adoption specifically for birthmothers. Here you’ll find everything you need to know about putting your baby up for adoption and so much more!
We can help you decide if adoption is the best option for you.
Get helpful advice on how to pick your baby's adoptive family.
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You may choose which type of adoption is best for you and your baby. With open adoption, identifying information is shared, including names, phone numbers, and email addresses. Semi-open adoption is like an open adoption, but limited to only the exchange of photos, emails, and phone calls. In a closed adoption, no identifying information is shared between birthparents and adoptive families. Learn More »
One of the most rewarding parts of putting your baby up for adoption is choosing the adoptive family who will raise your child. We invite you to browse our list of loving families from across the United States hoping to adopt a baby. Each family’s profile contains extensive information about them, including where they live, what they do for a living, favorite interests and hobbies, family traditions, and more.
If you’re facing an unplanned pregnancy, there are many reasons to consider putting your baby up for adoption. You may be unable to financially support a baby. You may not feel emotionally ready to care for a baby. You might not have support from your family. You might have an unstable relationship with the birthfather. No adoption is the same and no reason for choosing adoption is better than another. Learn more »
The first step towards putting your baby up for adoption is contacting an adoption agency or adoption organization, like Angel Adoption. If you choose to work with us, we will be your guide and support system throughout the entire process. You will view adoptive family profiles and choose a family for your baby. Then we’ll help you put together an adoption plan based on your wants and needs, such as whether it will be open or closed, who will be with you during delivery, and what you’ll do after the adoption. Learn more »
No. As a birthmother, all of our counseling and services are provided at no cost to you.
Yes! Depending on the laws in your state, your baby’s adoptive parents will pay for your legal fees, reasonable pregnancy-related expenses, and medical bills that are not covered by insurance or public aid. Learn more »
Yes! As a birthmother, we encourage you to browse our adoptive family profiles and choose a family you feel would be a good fit for you and your baby. We can help you choose a family and contact them in a way you’re comfortable with. If you want, you can spend time with them on your own to get to know them better. Many birthmothers meet their adoptive families for dinner, go to doctor’s appointments together, talk on the telephone, and/or write to each other. It’s totally up to you how open or private you want your relationship to be. Learn more »