Answering Your Questions about After Delivery Adoption in New York
Placing your child for adoption is never easy. You might have thought about it before, but the decision didn’t feel right at the time. If you’ve already had your child, but are feeling overwhelmed, it’s okay. If you think adoption is the right choice for you and your baby, it’s not too late. As a birth mother, you may choose after delivery adoption in New York.
At Adoption Choices of New York, we are here to help you decide if after delivery adoption is right for you.
Can I Place My Baby for Adoption After the Delivery?
Absolutely! It’s not too late to place your baby for adoption. If you think adoption is right for you and your baby, you are within the right to decide. This means that even if you’re in the midst of giving birth or your child is already born, adoption is always an option.
Who do I Contact to Place My Baby for Adoption in New York?
If you’re considering after delivery adoption, don’t hesitate to reach out to Adoption Choices of New York. We would be happy to support you through your adoption journey. Whether your child is a newborn or infant, we are here for you.
How is the Adoption Process Different if my Baby is Already Born?
T The biggest difference is where your adoption journey begins. Because you’ve already had your child, the process might be a bit faster, as you would spend less time on certain things (for example, creating a hospital plan. We would still provide you with great options for adoptive families, just like anyone else.
We are still here to help you! We can connect you with a support group of birth mothers just like you. Additionally, if you need financial assistance, we’ll inform you of various helpful resources to get you on your feet. Our adoption agency offers financial assistance as well on an as-needed basis. So, be sure to consult with your adoption caseworker to see how you qualify. Choosing after delivery adoption in New York doesn’t mean that you’ll be without help.
Will I get in Trouble if I Want to Give My Baby Up for Adoption he’s Born?
Not at all! At Adoption Choices of New York, we are here to support you. By giving your baby for adoption, you’ve done nothing wrong and there’s nothing to feel ashamed about. In fact, you’re making a brave, responsible decision. Putting your baby for adoption through our adoption agency ensures that your child is placed with a happy, healthy home.
Is it Harder to Find an Adoptive Family for my newborn baby?
Waiting to place your baby for adoption does not make it harder to find an adoptive family. There are always waiting adoptive families with room in their hearts to raise and love your child.
Does it cost money to place my baby for adoption?
No! It never costs money to place your baby for adoption! It’s completely free — we don’t want to make adoption any more of a difficult decision than it is.
How Long is Too Long to Wait to Place My Baby for Adoption?
It’s never too late to choose adoption. However, because it’s such an important decision, it can get more difficult as your child gets older. So, it may be the best decision in the long run for you and your child. If you need help deciding, we are here to help.
While Adoption Choices of New York specializes in infant adoption, please do not hesitate to reach out. We’d be happy to point you in the right direction if your child is an infant up to toddler age.
It’s Never Too Late to Choose Adoption in NYS
Sometimes we realize the right decision later than we’d like — and that’s okay! We’re only human. If you’ve already had your child and you realize adoption is the right choice, it isn’t too late! At Adoption Choices of New York, we can find an excellent adoptive family for your child — even if you have already been caring for him or her. We’ll help you with your after delivery adoption journey in every way we can.
Meet the Author: Tara Giuffre has always loved reading and writing and grew up in the worlds of Narnia, Harry Potter and A Series of Unfortunate Events. Taking this passion for stories, she received a degree from Rutgers University in Journalism & Media. Besides writing, she likes long walks on the beach, spending time with her family (and her cat, Sansa), and baking the perfect loaf of bread.
She enjoys sharing vital information about adoption and birth mothers choosing adoption to families making important choices for their future family!