Placing Baby for Adoption in Colorado
If you are pregnant or have a newborn baby and you are considering adoption, we are the best adoption agencies across Colorado that can help.
Pregnant and you are not ready to parent, don’t want a baby, or you are not in a situation that you can handle a baby/child? Your best pregnancy option might be adoption. Adoption Choices of Colorado are the adoption agencies in Colorado that can help you create an adoption plan, where you are in control of decisions.
You can pick an adoptive family based on your preferences, have an open or closed adoption, develop a hospital plan, receive financial assistance, support, and post-placement communication and counseling.
We offer 24/7 pregnancy and adoption counseling.
Adoption Choices of Colorado is here for you! In Colorado, adoption services are available with our adoption agency. For over 20 years, Adoption Choices of Colorado has been providing pregnant women from Denver, Colorado Springs, Aurora, Fort Collins, and all across Colorado extensive support, resources, and guidance throughout their pregnancy and adoption process.
Top Adoption Agencies in Colorado:
Why do Women Give Up Baby for Adoption in Colorado?
It’s common to hear “give up baby” for adoption but we want you to understand that adoption is not giving up. Choosing to make an adoption plan is brave, loving decision. If you are pregnant and considering adoption or curious as to why a woman might choose adoption, here are a few situations we have experience in helping a woman through the adoption process. She:
- doesn’t want a baby/child (or another child)
- is not ready for a baby/child
- can’t afford to raise a baby/child (or another child)
- wants to further her education or career goals
- does not want to raise a baby alone/she doesn’t have support to raise a baby/child
- was sexually assaulted and doesn’t want to raise the baby
- can’t provide a safe/stable home for a baby/child
- is going to jail/prison for a substantial amount of time
More reasons she might choose adoption:
- Children Services/CPS is going to take the baby away when it’s born
- thought she could handle a baby but now realizes she can’t
- feels too young to raise a baby/child
- wonders if she’s too old to raise a baby/child
- isn’t prepared to raise a baby with special needs
- wants her baby to be raised by a family is different than her; perhaps more financially stable and can provide a life for the child that she can’t
- does not want to terminate the pregnancy but also does not want to keep the baby
- … any reason under the sun!
There are so many reasons a woman might choose adoption and they are all okay! Believe us, there is nothing wrong with you for not wanting to keep this child.
Private Adoption in Colorado
What does private adoption mean?
In general, there are three main types of adoption:
- Foster care adoption
- International adoption
- Private (domestic) adoption
“Private adoption” may also be called “domestic adoption” or “infant adoption”.
What is Private Adoption in Colorado?
So, what is it? A private adoption occurs when hopeful adoptive parents work with a private adoption agency to adopt a baby from within the U.S. On the other side of this process, a prospective birth mother voluntarily chooses to create an adoption plan for her baby. In foster care and international adoption, children are often waiting for families due to causes outside the mother’s control.
Adoption Choices of Colorado is a full-service, fully-licensed, nonprofit private adoption agency. We are not a facilitator nor consultant; our licensed agency can provide support through the entire adoption process.
Adoption Agency in Colorado
Adoption Choices of Colorado is a full-service, fully-licensed, nonprofit private adoption agency. What sets us apart from other agencies? When you are searching for the top adoption agencies, the choices can be overwhelming. There are some things that set us apart from other adoption agencies though and we compiled a list to help you decide!
Top Adoption Professionals
First, the adoption professionals at Adoption Choices are amazing. You don’t have to take our word for it, check here or here and here! Our reviews from birth mothers and adoptive families speak for themselves. We know that adoption is a lifelong process and our social workers are available for continued counseling services after the finalization of an adoption and whenever it is needed for our clients.
Customized Adoption Plan
One of the next best things about working with our private adoption agency is that you can customize your adoption plan. Adoption plans do not come in a one-size-fits-all. This is why it’s entirely up to the birth mother to make choices throughout the plan. With that, you will never be alone. Our adoption counselors will be here for you at any time to make sure you are confident in what you choose and comfortable with the plan.
Post Adoption Service
As a licensed agency, we also can help birth mothers find any other post-placement services or resources they may need. This might include support groups, counseling, therapy, and more.
Are You a Christian Adoption Agency?
Adoption Choices of Colorado is not a religious-affiliated adoption agency. Instead, we welcome families of all religious backgrounds. Our approach makes it easier to match adoptive families and birth parents. We will work with Christian families, Jewish families, other religious families, and non-religious families. Please find more information here.
COLORADO ADOPTION PROCESS
IF YOU ARE AN EXPECTANT MOTHER in COLORADO, COPING WITH
AN UNPLANNED PREGNANCY OR UNTIMELY BIRTH
5 STEPS FOR
We are here 24/7 – you can call, text or e-mail anytime that works for you.
TALK TO AN ADOPTION COUNSELOR
Set up a confidential orientation to explore your options.
SELECT AN ADOPTIVE FAMILY
Choose from the customized adoptive families that match your criteria.
COMPLETE YOUR ADOPTION PLAN
Meet with a Pregnancy Counselor for pre-birth counseling and support, create your hospital plan, and meet the adoptive family (if you choose).
POST PLACEMENT SUPPORT
We offer monthly support group and lifelong counseling to all birth mothers.