21 Aug I brought my baby home from the hospital, but now I’m thinking of giving the baby up for adoption. Is it too late?
No, it’s not too late to choose adoption. With over 57 years of adoption experience, Colorado Christian Services has helped many birth mothers make adoption plans, even after bringing the baby home from the hospital. An unplanned pregnancy brings so many unknowns. Maybe you considered adoption, but expected friends or family members to be able to help you. Perhaps the financial or emotional support you were counting on hasn’t happened, and you don’t feel able to give your child the needed care. Providing for a child’s financial, physical, and emotional needs while also caring for yourself is challenging when you try to do it alone.
If you are not confident that you have the resources to provide for all the baby’s needs, it’s not too late to consider adoption, whether you are still in the hospital or have left the hospital with the child. Colorado Christian Services provides free, confidential counseling to help you create an adoption plan that works best for you and your child. Talking through your situation with an experienced, licensed, and nonjudgmental caseworker allows you to look at all options with no pressure or obligation.
No matter how overwhelming your circumstances feel right now, you are not alone. If you are considering placing your child for adoption in Colorado, CCS is here to help. We answer our calls and texts right away, every day, so you can reach us anytime. Is it too hard to travel with the baby? Are you still in the hospital? We can come to you or connect through a phone call or zoom meeting.
You can call or text CCS any time, 24/7 at 303-246-1674