Adoption For My Child (AFMC) is uniquely positioned to operate at the highest standards of care, support and integrity. We remove the barriers by empowering families to take control of their adoption journey. Our platform allows families to present their adoption profile for available situations that they want to be presented to for consideration INSTANTLY. Expectant mom's and adoptive families make all the decisions….Don’t let someone else make one of the most important choice in your life.
The National Safe Haven Alliance (NSHA) supports states’ efforts to prevent infanticide and newborn abandonment through education and advocacy of the Safe Haven law. NSHA commits to supporting and assisting a parent in a crisis situation that may be unwilling or unable to care for her newborn, by providing national resources and options including parenting and adoption.
Open Arms Adoption Agency is a national Pregnancy Support center and Adoption Agency, with headquarters in Seattle, Washington. We specialize in private domestic adoptions. At Open Arms we believe that adoption is a courageous and loving option. We provide unconditional loving support to anyone going through the adoption journey by emphasizing education and fostering empowerment to create life-long, loving families.
Birth parents are brave men and women who selflessly place their child’s future before their immediate desires. Birth parents have considered all possible options for raising their biological child and have come to the respectable decision that the child’s care would best be in the hand’s of another family who can better provide for the child. Children who are raised in an adoptive home are happy to know that their birth parents chose life for them.
AdoptionWorks is a fully licensed child-placing agency, which falls under the ministry of ChristianWorks in Dallas, Texas. We serve prospective adoptive families that live within 150 miles of our home office in Dallas and are able to serve a birth family
At Life Options Network, we provide resource information necessary for single parents and struggling families to receive the help they need. We know information is power and knowing where to go for resources like food, clothing, help with childcare and shelter is essential to so many people who might otherwise continue to struggle.