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I’ve used drugs during my pregnancy. Is adoption an option for my baby?

birth mother wondering if her drug use will affect adoption

Yes. We have families ready to adopt babies and older children who have been exposed to drugs or alcohol during pregnancy. Just call us at Lifetime and we can give you more details relative to your situation. If you think you might test positive for marijuana or other drugs at your baby’s birth, making an adoption plan can prevent the state from becoming involved through Child Protective Services. With adoption you have a say in what happens to your baby. You can even keep in touch with the adoptive family after the adoption, which is unlikely if your child has to go into a foster home. Lifetime can help you through your situation if you call the 24-Hour Adoption Answer Line: 1-800-923-6784.

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Lifetime Adoption, Inc. is a Licensed Florida Child Placing Agency. Florida Seal of Approval
(License #100084254)
Small Women Owned Business

Lifetime Adoption Center is a BBB Accredited Business with an A+ rating
Lifetime Adoption Better Business Bureau Accredited Business

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