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Pregnancy is already an emotional time of your life. You may feel scared or confused, if you’re coping with an unplanned pregnancy. Know that adoption is an option. When you choose adoption, you choose love. It’s choosing to place your baby for adoption at a time in your life when you’re not ready to raise a child. It’s choosing to place yourself in a supportive situation, where you’ll be given acceptance, care and resources.
We understand this can be a difficult time of stress and uncertainty. When choosing an adoption agency, there are a number of factors you should consider. You need information and resources to understand the benefits of adoption and to make decisions. You also need to trust who you work with. Our staff has more than four decades of adoption experience and includes moms, adoptive moms and birth mothers. We understand your needs, pledge to earn your trust and will help you through your pregnancy, adoption process and setting long-terms goals for yourself after adoption.
You, your health and well-being are a priority. If you’re pregnant and need financial help or help with housing, Destiny Adoption offers a variety of resources. We can also provide you with counseling services and information to help you clearly understand adoption benefits, available financial assistance and medical care and how emotional and mental support can benefit you. We help you be and feel your best so you can make the best decisions for your babyand for yourself.
We understand the financial responsibilities and expense of having a baby, even when you choose to place your baby for adoption. If you’re pregnant and need financial help or help with housing, Destiny Adoption offers a variety of resources and may be able to help you with financial assistance for the following:
Medical Care. Your Health. Your Baby’s Health.
Pregnancy medical care is critical. We can help provide you with access to necessary care and regular checkups. Why is it critical?
Choosing adoption takes courage. Rather than becoming a parent before you’re ready to assume parenting and financial responsibilities, you have options. Let us take this journey with you and show you the love, care and support that are waiting for you and your baby.
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The better prepared you are emotionally and mentally the better choices you’ll be able to make for yourself and your child. Adoption is a process, and you may feel different emotions at different stages. Adoption counseling equips you with tools for handling and recognizing these emotions.
It’s normal to feel sad, scared and confused. But because you’re considering adoption, it means you’re strong, courageous and unselfish. That is who your child needs making decisions on their behalf. Your strength can help you create a positive, life-changing experience that sets your child and you up for long-term success.
You don’t have to be alone. You matter to us. Let us take this journey with you and show you the love, care and support that are waiting for your child and for you.
If you’re experiencing an unplanned pregnancy or hardship, you may be considering adoption. The benefits of adoption for the birth mother and adopted child are significant.
Today’s adoption statistics show that 99 percent of adopted children know they were adopted and over 90 percent feel positive about their adoption and being raised by loving, adoptive parents. In addition, birth mothers have the possibility of remaining part of their children’s lives with options such as semi-open or open adoptions.
A: Yes, we provide adoptive family profiles, with extensive information on all families waiting to adopt children. It’s very important that you feel comfortable with your choice and feel the family is a suitable match.
A: Yes, this is a very important factor in the adoption process. It’s important to find a match, with similar traits and goals that you are looking for in an adoptive family. You can get to know a prospective family by scheduling a visit, exchanging e-mails or conference calls.
A: Yes, if you want to have a relationship with your child, this is called an open adoption, where the birth mother keeps contact with the adoptive family, giving you peace of mind that the child is in a positive environment and loving home and giving you the opportunity to stay in contact with your child.