Adoption Plan for Your Older Child
Adoption Plan for Your Older Child
Pregnant mom with child by slide Sometimes we receive questions from birth mothers who have searched for “black child adoption” on the internet, hoping that someone will be open to adopting their older child. If you need an adoption plan for an older child because you feel you’re unable to parent another child, having financial struggles, or wish to give your child more than what you can offer right now, adoption can be a positive, loving choice.

No matter your situation, you’re not alone, and open adoption gives you many options.

Most of Lifetime’s adoptions are of newborns and infants, although we do work with adoptive parents seeking to adopt a toddler, preschool-aged child, or a child up to seven years old.

This older child confidential adoption questionnaire allows us to gather some basic info from you to help you learn more about an adoption plan for an older child.

It’s not legally binding; it helps us provide you information on families who want to adopt African American babies and chidlren who are ready and approved to adopt your child. Everything you tell us about yourself and your adoption is confidential and private.

You can email, talk to, text with, and even meet the adoptive parents before making your final decision. You can even get to know more than one family if you like. If you have questions you’d like answered before starting this form, please feel free to call or text us at 1800-923-6784.

If you would feel more comfortable talking with one of our caring coordinators before starting your paperwork, please call or text us 24/7 with any questions at 1-800-923-6784. If you have been searching the internet for “black child adoption” and you feel like you are alone, you are not. Please call or text now, we are here to help you.