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A birth mother is working through her grief and loss throughout the entire pregnancy and beyond.  She is grieving the loss of her child.  This grief is one of the reasons why openness in adoption is so important.  Receiving texts, emails, having get-togethers, etc. allows...

We have counseled thousands of women in unplanned pregnancies throughout our 5 decades of service.  Each one is so different; no two are the same.  One thing is for sure though, they all have one thing in common.  Every birth mother we counsel wishes her...

All children need to have a safe environment in which to thrive.  Our adoptive families are given the training and information they need to make their homes safe for their adopted baby.  This is also helpful for caregivers or should you have children visit your...

I’m excited! We have been busy working on a new website to help reach women who find themselves in an unexpected pregnancy. Why a site dedicated to women experiencing an unplanned pregnancy? Why not include parents hoping to adopt? The way the world communicates and searches...

Birthmothers are amazing people!  They are wonderfully brave, strong women who lovingly choose to place the needs of their child above the desires of their own heart.  Birth parents, just like any good parents, are most concerned about what is BEST for their child, even...

Grandparents Day is celebrated on September 9 this year.  Grandparents can be a source love and support for their grandchildren.  If you are or are about to be a grandparent of an adopted child, you are in for a special adventure.  Adoption may be unfamiliar...

Adoption is full of new, exciting and sometimes scary lessons. All well worth the journey.Here are some lessons learned by a family at the beginning to their life with baby.Hope it is enlightening and helpful, whether you are adopting a child yourself or you are...

We teach our adoptive parents that their child’s adoption story is their own, theirs to learn about and share with whom they want, when they want. We teach our families to tell their child about his/her story in an age-appropriate manner, giving them the details...

98% of the adoptions we assist with at Colorado Christian Services have some degree of openness. In fact, we believe that openness is healthiest for the adopted child. The benefits of open adoption are numerous, far too numerous to mention here. Beyond the ongoing communication...