Adoption Services in New York
Lifetime Adoption has assisted many women living in New York who placed their baby for adoption, and we’re here to help you, too! We’re happy to provide you with resources and adoption help at no cost. Your first step is to begin learning about the many choices that open adoption in NY offers.
Learning About Adoption in New York
You probably have a lot of questions about the choice of adoption. Unlike other adoption agencies, Lifetime’s adoption consultants are here to help you learn more by email, phone, text, or online chat. They will answer your questions and can mail or email you about adoption. This info will really help you decide if adoption is right for you and your baby. Lifetime can connect you with free counseling too, which is available via phone conversations with a licensed counselor.
Choosing adoption comes at no cost to you, and you might be qualified to get help with your living and medical expenses you have during your the pregnancy. Getting info about adoption doesn’t mean you have to go through with it. It just means that you’re being responsible and learning about your choices. Lifetime isn’t here to pressure you into adoption – it’s your baby and your decision.
Many women choose to learn about adoption as they explore all of their pregnancy choices, including parenting and abortion. So that you can make an informed decision about your pregnancy, we encourage all women to learn about their choices in a modern, open adoption.
Your Choices in Adoption
If you’re considering open adoption in NY for the baby you’re carrying or a child you are already parenting, you have lots of options. Creating a customized adoption plan includes these choices:
- The Adoptive Parents of Your Child: Lifetime works all across the U.S., so we have a large variety of waiting adoptive families of all races for you to choose from. You’re able to speak with them and get to know them as you make your adoption decisions.
- The Amount of Contact After Adoption: At Lifetime Adoption, you can decide on the type and amount of future contact you want with the parents and your child. Adoption isn’t goodbye forever. Some women want just a little contact, such as emails and photos, while others want an annual visit and social media updates. The choice is yours!
- Your Birth Plan: You’re able to decide how things will be handled at the hospital. It’s your right to see and hold your baby and determine who can be in the delivery room with you. It all comes down to what will make this experience easier for you.
- If You’re Choosing Adoption for Your Child: Some women want an adoption to proceed quickly with a child that is a toddler or preschooler. Other mothers wish to make the transition over a few weeks. Lifetime will ask you how you want the adoption to happen and help facilitate what is best.
Life After Adoption
Adoption is a decision that most women are glad they made. They understand they made the best decision they could for their child and chose to provide them with a hopeful future. They are able to parent their current children or pursue their dreams, with the awareness that they are still a part of their child’s life.
Your Baby’s Father
The father of your baby can be as involved with the adoption plan as he wishes. Many men are anti-adoption at first because of pride. Lifetime can help him realize how adoption can be a positive choice for his child and how he can be included with future contact too if he’d like. If you’re no longer together, he can even receive separate updates. If your baby’s father isn’t open to thinking about adoption, don’t let that stop you from learning about it. Lifetime can provide you with info to give him too!
As one of the top adoption agencies nationwide, Lifetime is ready to assist you with adoption services. Learn more about how we can help you by calling or texting us today! Getting info on adoption doesn’t mean you have to go through with it.
Adoption Consultants are here to talk with you 24/7 at 1-800-923-6784.
Lifetime Adoption, Inc.
is a Licensed Florida Child
Lifetime Adoption is registered with the State of California under the provisions of the Registry of California Adoption Facilitators. (CA Family Code Section 8632.5)