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If you are interested in adopting a baby, please contact us at (303) 761 7236 for further details.

Colorado Christian Services

If you are facing an unplanned pregnancy, we know it can be emotionally overwhelming and the future feels uncertain. We are here to help answer any questions you have and explore your options, including parenting and adoption. The more information you have, the more confident you will feel about making the best decision for you and your baby. We are here for you and can help every step of the way.

Adoption Services for Birth Mothers

Adoption In Colorado

Colorado Christian Services offers counseling and support. We also offer financial assistance for pregnancy-related needs. Every journey is different. Every situation is unique. Married or single, we are here to support you. We are here to help you navigate your options.






Counseling begins during the first conversation you have with your caseworker where you will find an encouraging voice and a listening ear. If you choose to place your baby for adoption, your caseworker will be your guide throughout the adoption process. You can expect to receive counseling that includes options, goals, grief, and loss. Your caseworker is your direct line to our agency’s services. You will be supported as you choose a family and empowered as you create a birth plan. Counseling does not end after the birth of your baby. You will still receive support and guidance for as long as you need it.

No Judgement

We promise to provide you non-judgmental and unbiased support

Free & Confidential

All counseling is FREE and CONFIDENTIAL.

No Need To Travel

We are happy to meet you where you are most comfortable.

Best Support Team

We have counseled over 6,500 women and are known for our adoption services.

Answers To Common Questions

Can I choose a family to adopt my baby?

Yes, absolutely! You make all of the decisions. Every couple seeking newborn adoption in Colorado through Colorado Christian Services has been thoroughly screened for adoption readiness.

How much contact can I have with my child afterward if I choose adoption?

While in the hospital you can have as much or as little contact as you desire.  Moving forward when planning for your child’s adoption, you may choose an open adoption, which allows you to have ongoing visits with your child. You may also choose a less open adoption that keeps you informed about your child’s life through pictures and letters, or if you desire you can choose a closed adoption. It’s up to you.

What is an open adoption?

Open adoption looks different in every situation. Open Adoption is the option of having an ongoing relationship with your child and the family you have chosen.

What if I decide to parent?

Colorado Christian Services will come alongside you and support you whether you decide to parent or place your child for adoption. If you decide to parent, we can help you with a parenting plan, budget, and get you started with items you may need for your child, such as diapers, wipes, and clothing.

You do not have to go through this pregnancy alone.

We can be an unbiased support system in your life. All the support and counseling we provide is free and confidential.

Is Adoption Right For Me?

Choosing adoption does not mean “giving up” your baby. A decision to place your baby up for adoption shows that you love your baby so much that you want to make the best decision for your baby. You have already demonstrated your love for your unborn child by choosing life. Even though you find yourself in an unexpected pregnancy, you can give direction to the future of your baby.

You can choose a family for you and your baby from the waiting families. You choose the amount of contact between you and the adoptive family. Our families are ready to share an open adoption with you. Again, you are  NOT “giving up” or “putting up” your baby. Making an adoption plan means you are lovingly placing your baby through adoption.

What if I choose to parent?

Should you choose to parent your baby, we can help you develop a budget and parenting plan that works for you. We can also get you started with items you may need, such as diapers, baby wipes, and clothing.

Even Stronger: Birth Mothers tell their adoption stories

Unexpected pregnancy?

Adoption may be an option.

Our birth mother caseworkers are here to help you with pregnancy counseling, parenting plans, and adoption plans. You probably have a lot of questions as you try to decide what is best for you and your child. Is open adoption for you and your baby? Contact us today to get the answers you need. Colorado Christian Services is a leading provider of adoption services in Colorado.

Pregnant Mom’s

Adoption Guide

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Meet Our Waiting Families

In our 60 years of service to the community, Colorado Christian Services has placed nearly 1,200 children into loving, adoptive homes.