Eight Steps of Adoption

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Step Eight: Post-Adoption Plan

At Arizona Adoption Help, we know the road leading to adoption is difficult, but it doesn’t end there. After the adoption process is completed, by law you are entitled to six weeks of post-pregnancy care in the form of living expenses and counseling. Post-adoption support is often just as important

Step Seven: Final Documentation

Nothing will happen without your consent. As a Birthmother, your child is yours. It is up to you to decide what is best for him or her. No decision will be finalized until three days after your child is born. At that time you will make the final decision. Once

Step Five: The Legal Process

Knowing your rights as a Birthmother under Arizona adoption law is key to protecting yourself and your baby during this time. Working with a private adoption attorney will give you the peace of mind knowing your rights are protected. While many large adoption agencies can feel impersonal, Attorney Thomas Underwood

Step Six: Place Your Baby

When the time comes for your baby to be born, we will already have a birthing and hospital plan in place. If you wish, we will be your team of support at the hospital and can work with the nursing and hospital staff to ensure your plan is fulfilled. The

Step Two: Make Your Adoption Plan

Our caring team is here in Arizona and available to meet with you in person. They will help you design an adoption plan that reflects your unique wants and needs during this pregnancy. Decide the type of family you envision for your child and review parent profiles. You can choose

Step Three: Resources to Take Care of You

Putting your child up for adoption can be a trying time. Many Birthmothers in Arizona are unaware that doing an adoption allows an adoptive family to provide help with living expenses, food, transportation and medical expenses. The adoption process is not merely about the adoption itself, but taking care of

Step Four: Support through Counseling

Adoption entails an incredibly personal and emotional journey. This is why one of the most important aspects of an adoption is counseling. For birthmothers, a counselor is their main line of support, a person they can go to with no agenda other than to help you navigate this emotional time.

Step One: Contact Arizona Adoption Help

Even if you’re still unsure whether or not you want to place your baby for adoption, call, text or email us today. Our supportive Adoption Director Kim will explain the adoption process and answer any initial questions you may have. Before you commit to adoption, let us provide the information