Adoption Services in New Jersey
Lifetime Adoption has helped many women who want to place a baby for adoption in NJ, and we can help you too! The first step is just learning about your choices, and we are happy to provide you with help and resources free of charge.
Learning About Adoption in New Jersey
Let’s face it, you may have a lot of questions about choosing adoption. Our adoption coordinators can help you learn more by phone, text, online chat, email, and more. They can answer your questions, send you info about adoption in NJ by mail or email, and just really help you decide if adoption is a choice you can make. Lifetime offers free counseling too, which is available by phone with a licensed counselor.
There is never a cost to you to choose adoption, and you may be eligible to receive help with your living expenses and other costs you have due to the pregnancy. Learning about adoption doesn’t mean you have to do it. It means that you are being responsible in learning about the best choice for your baby. Lifetime will never pressure you to choose adoption – it’s your baby, and your decision.
A lot of women want to learn about adoption as they weigh their pregnancy choices, including abortion and parenting. All women should learn about their choices in a modern, open adoption so they can make an informed decision about their pregnancy and the child they are carrying.
Your Adoption Choices
If you are thinking about adoption for the baby you are carrying or a young child you are already parenting, you have many choices as you consider a custom adoption plan. These choices include:
- The Parents For Your Child: Families of all races are looking to adopt a child in NJ and available for you to choose from. Since Lifetime works nationwide, there is a wide variety of approved, waiting families for you to consider. You can talk to them and get to know them as you make your decision about adoption.
- The Type of Contact After Adoption: A Lifetime Adoption is not goodbye forever. You can decide what type of contact you want with the parents and your child in the future. Some women want limited contact, like letters and photos, others ask for an annual visit or connections through social media. It’s up to you!
- Your Hospital Plan: You decide how things go at the hospital. You can see your baby, hold your baby, and decide who is in the delivery room with you. It is all about what will make this experience the easiest on you.
- If Your Child is Already Born, The Transition Plan: Some women want an adoption to happen quickly with a child that is a toddler or preschooler. Others want to a transition to take place over a few weeks. We can talk about your desires and help facilitate what is best for you.
Adoption is a decision most women are proud of. They believe they made the best decision they could for their child and chose a future with hope and promise. They are able to pursue their dreams or parent their current children knowing that they are still a part of the child’s life.
The Father of Your Baby
The father can be as involved with the adoption plan as he wishes. Many men struggle with adoption based on pride. We can help him understand how this can be a positive choice for his child and how he can be involved with ongoing contact too if he wishes. This can even be separate from the updates you receive if you are not together. If the father of your baby does not seem willing to consider adoption, don’t let that stop you from learning about it. Lifetime can get you information to share with him too!
Lifetime, an adoption agency, is ready to help you with your NJ adoption. Call or text us today to learn more about how we can help you. Remember, learning about adoption does not obligate you in any way. Coordinators are available to talk with you 24/7 at 1-800-923-6784.
Remember Where it all Began…
The Benefits of Open Adoption (Heidi18)
Open Adoption: Strangers Who Trust In Each Other for the Sake of a Child
Christian--Open-Adoption and Siblings
Adoption Loss: How Can I Reduce the Risk of a Reclaim?
Should You Adopt a Child When the Birth Parents Have Bipolar Disorder?
5 Tips on Listening to Birth Parents
A Birth Mother in Crisis
Birth Mother Scams
Birth Mother Red Flags
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