Start Your Adoption Plan for Putting a Baby Up for Adoption

Please choose which private adoption form you’d like to start, by clicking on the box that describes your situation:
Did you know that you can create a custom adoption plan for your baby or child?
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Open or Semi-Open Adoption Plan

With an adoption plan in place, you’ll have a road map to assist you along the way.

There’s a lot to think about when it comes to placing a child for adoption: researching adoption agencies and adoption attorneys; finding an adoptive family; choosing open adoption or semi-open adoption; and so much more.

Many birth mothers and birth fathers consider a private adoption but don’t know where to start. Once they leave the hospital, they become focused on caring for their child. It can then become overwhelming for birth parents to think about the adoption process immediately after their hospital stay.
Even expectant mothers who have decided to find adoptive parents for the baby on the way can become frustrated and intimidated by the adoption process.
Lifetime Adoption is here to help and to put your mind at ease.

Lifetime Adoption is here for you!

When you work with Lifetime Adoption, we’ll help you build a personalized adoption plan for your child. And we help you every step of the way. Our services are always free to birth mothers, and we handle all the details once you’ve started your adoption plan.

Here are some of the choices you can make:

Picking the Parents

There are waiting adoptive parents of all races in every state who are ready to adopt. They have had thorough background checks and are excited to become parents through adoption. They have different interests, talents, and educations, so let your coordinator know what you are interested in and she can direct you to specific waiting families.

Lifetime coordinates communications between birth mothers and adoptive families, if you want, we can arrange conversations via telephone or email. You will decide whether or not a particular family is right for your baby.

Of course, all our prospective adoptive families have undergone extensive screenings and background checks. They are ready and waiting to adopt.
You can also choose what takes place at the hospital — for example, who is in the delivery room, who can cut the umbilical cord, and whether or not you want to spend time with your newborn after delivery.

Please let us know if you have any questions, this includes if you want a private adoption.

Get Help Now

This form is intended for pregnant women or women wanting to place their child for adoption.
If you wish to adopt a child into your home, please click here. If you live outside of the U.S., please click here.

Post-Placement Contact

You and no one else will choose how much contact to have once the baby is placed with a family. Some birth mothers prefer occasional visits. Others limit contact to letters or phone calls. It’s up to you.

We’ll also set you up with an adoption attorney who will review the process with you and inform you of your rights. There is never a cost to you.

Your Plans for the Future

You can be proud that you gave your baby life and made the best choices for his or her future. Now you can move forward confidently in the pursuit of your own plans and dreams for your future. At Lifetime Adoption, we can even provide referrals for college scholarship programs!

It takes courage to be honest with yourself and to ask for help when you need it. Lifetime’s caring coordinators understand that. It’s why we are here for you. We’ll help you learn more about adoption for your baby.

Our dedicated adoption experts will answer your questions. We’ll send you free information to help you learn more about open adoptions and how every detail applies to your specific situation.
Finally, everything you share with us is private and confidential. If you choose to receive information in the mail, it will arrive in a plain, unmarked envelope.

If you are ready to learn more, there are two ways to take the next step.
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Lifetime Adoption: A Domestic Adoption Agency

1. You can call or text us at 1-800-923-6784 and speak with a coordinator to begin your adoption plan. She will ask you questions and gather information. She’ll then send you a private adoption packet of information by email or mail including info about specific families who are open to adopting your baby.

2. You can begin to complete our online confidential adoption questionnaire. A Lifetime coordinator will get in touch with you soon after we receive it to discuss how you would like to learn more.

Here are some frequently asked questions by women considering adoption:


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Lifetime Adoption, Inc. is a Licensed Florida Child Placing Agency. (License #100084254)

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Small Women Owned Business

Lifetime Adoption's BBB Accredited Business A+ rating

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


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