Are you pregnant and considering placing a child for adoption? Lifetime Adoption can help you. We can help you find African American or bi-racial parents who are waiting to adopt.
This is probably a difficult time for you. You may feel unsure of what to do or you may not know what your options are. Maybe you just need someone to talk to. Give us a call or text 1-800-923-6784, anytime, day or night, seven days a week. A caring and understanding adoption coordinator will explain all the options available to you.
Lifetime Adoption can help you find pregnancy resources. Our commitment is supporting you and helping you find the best parents for your baby. We can arrange for you to talk with peer counselors that have been in your shoes or help you get in touch with professional counselors to help you through the adoption process. Any legal issues regarding the adoption will be free to you.
If you find you cannot continue to parent your current child or children, call or text 1-800-923-6784. You will find non-judgmental, kind, caring adoption coordinators on the other end. We understand that life can be complicated, and we are here to help you and your children. If you hope to find black adoptive parents for your children, we can show you profiles to review. We have experience with how to make the transition as easy as possible for all involved. Accepting that currently you cannot give your child a safe, stable place to live, and finding them a family that can is an amazing gift of love that you are giving to your child.
We have many African American couples from all over the country interested in adopting a baby, toddler, or sibling group of African American heritage. Through our sister organization, Lifetime Adoption, you will view the adoptive families’ profiles online. If you would like a black family, a bi-racial family, or a Caucasian family to adopt your baby, we can help you find just the right match. We have families from all over the country who have completed home studies that include background checks, financial checks, and a home visit from a social worker. If you are pregnant and considering adoption, please know that your baby would be placed in a stable, loving home.
This is an emotional time, and the thought of adoption may cause some sadness and anxiety. Know that now, with open adoption, you will have the option to stay in contact with the adoptive family and receive updates, photos, emails, and even visits. You are giving your child the greatest gift of love by finding her adoptive parents who will care for her, nurture her, and provide a safe, loving life for her. Your child will know that you did not “give him up” for adoption. He will know you made a decision to put his needs above all else and chose a safe, loving family for him.
We are here to walk with you through the adoption process. You are not alone, and we will help you find the perfect adoptive parents for your child.