15 May I am About to Deliver Soon. Can I Still Consider Adoption for My Baby
I am in the last trimester of my pregnancy and considering adoption for my baby in Colorado. As my due date is approaching, can I still consider adoption for my child?
Every situation is unique and there is not a right or wrong time to place a baby for adoption. Whether you are currently pregnant or have already delivered, you can make the decision to give your baby up for adoption when the time is right for you. Often the hardest first step is to reach out, but there are adoption agencies that can help you get started with your adoption journey.
As one of the top trusted adoption agencies in Colorado, Colorado Christian Services (CCS) is a leader in adoption services. We have been helping birth mothers place their children for adoption for the past 60 years. We follow Christian principles and are a non-profit licensed agency in Colorado. If you plan to place your child for adoption, please call us at 720-280-9517.
Adoption is still an option in the later stages of your pregnancy, and a CCS caseworker will support you as you create an adoption plan before the baby is born. Regardless of when you reach out in your pregnancy, we can help you navigate the process every step of the way while you prepare for delivery.
Why Should You Choose to Work with us while Placing Your Child for Adoption?
If you choose to put your baby up for adoption in Colorado, your dedicated caseworker will help you create an adoption plan. At CCS, we know the importance of choosing the right family for your baby and you can view our waiting family profiles on our website as you explore what criteria is most important to you. Through counseling with your caseworker, you will also establish what type of contact and openness you would like to have with your child and the adoptive family you’ve chosen – open adoption, semi-open adoption, closed adoption or somewhere in between.
Your caseworker will work with you and help you create a birth plan for delivery and your hospital stay. Post-delivery, your caseworker will continue to meet with you and provide counseling and support for as long as you would like. We also offer a monthly post-adoption support group with other birth mothers who have walked a similar path.
Do you still have some questions about the adoption process? Contact us anytime.
Positive Adoption Language Disclaimer:
Our blog posts are written in a way that utilizes language that people most commonly use when searching for help with their pregnancy and adoption plans. It is important for us to utilize the same language others are searching for online within our blogs so that we can help reach more people needing our services. At Colorado Christian Services, we like to use positive adoption language that might differ from commonly searched terms about adoption. We would be honored to help serve you, so please contact us today.