Adoption Resources for Birth Mothers in New York

As a birth mother, there are many challenges you will have to face during and after your pregnancy. Obstacles in many shapes, forms, and sizes can come out of nowhere. However, when those obstacles get overwhelming, it can really put you in a valley of negativity. For many birth mothers, they may feel they are alone when making the decision of placing their child for adoption in New York. They feel their situation is beyond help or understanding. At Adoption Choices of New York, we work to the best of our ability to show every birth mother that this is simply not the case. The community we represent, the people we work with, and the countless families our adoption stories have touched can attest to that. As a birth mother, you will never have to feel alone in your adoption journey. Here at Adoption Choices of New York, we care about you and want to make you well cared for. We offer various adoption resources here at our New York agency to help you throughout the entire adoption process.

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Here are Some Adoption Resources Our New York Agency Can Help With

When a birth mother embarks on her adoption journey and goes through the motions, some unexpected things can get in the way. Here are some helpful resources that can aid birth mothers who need some assistance, no matter how big or small.

Facing Financial Burdens during NY Adoption Process

Things we may see coming or may not see coming. In many cases, those things can come in the form of finances. As you walk your path to completing your adoption plan, your normal daily expenses may suddenly increase. This can take the shape of your rent or mortgage payments. What happens when bills start to pile on, and the weight of eviction threatens to come knocking at your door? Thankfully, all is not lost!

The Gift of Adoption Fund is a service to both birth parents and prospective adoptive parents who are in need of financial assistance. The foundation was created in 1996 as a private charity that was originally used to financially help three adoptive families. Since then, the private charity has grown and gone public, thus opening the opportunity for partnerships, affiliations, and chapters to be formed.

This organization offers an equal opportunity grant, which means it can be awarded to an individual regardless of race, religion, age, marital status, or sexual orientation. Therefore, no matter the background, all birth mothers in need have equal opportunity to sign up and apply if they require assistance.

This assistance is meant to help remove any financial burdens birth mothers may face that may keep them from achieving their adoption plan. If your situation seems like it has taken a vulnerable turn or all hope seems lost, this foundation will surely help you.

Keeping in Contact with Your Child After the Adoption Process

Perhaps the trouble lies not in finances but once the adoption process is complete. For example, you may be having some trouble in keeping contact with your child and their adoptive family? When trying to overcome this hurdle, ChildConnect can be a great resource to utilize and help alleviate it.

ChildConnect is a post-adoption resource that is meant to improve and strengthen both families after the placement has begun. It is a 24/7 online sharing service that works with agencies and attorneys to keep families connected. It offers a platform/place with pictures, videos, and letters that can be shared.

Among those features is an automated update system that is completely customizable for both the adoptive parents and birth parents. Furthermore, it remains confidential, and if so desired, can be completely anonymous.

This resource is meant to be a helping hand, a way to help guide you so that you may keep the strong ties between you and your baby. There are opportunities for both birth parents and adoptive parents alike who find themselves in a tough situation in maintaining that link.

ChildConnect provides both the security and convenience of online communication that is easy to use. Through their local and global offices, birth mothers are given the opportunity to strengthen their bond and keep their relationships strong.

Are you Searching for Adoption Resources in New York?

If these situations apply to you at all, know you are not alone. Adoption Choices of New York has cultivated many helpful links, resources, and other great places of information that can and will provide aid. To find all those pieces of useful information, feel free to read over our resources page.

Adoption Choices of New York is available to assist with your adoption plan. Call us, text us, email us; we are here for you!
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