21 Mar I am Pregnant, but I Don’t Want This Baby. Can CCS Help Me?
I am pregnant but don’t want this baby. I am considering giving my baby up for adoption in Colorado, but I don’t know how to start the process. My friend suggested that I contact a private local adoption agency like Colorado Christian Services (CCS). Can CCS help me to place my child for adoption in Colorado?
The answer is YES. The first step in the adoption process is deciding whether or not adoption is right for you. Although you may be feeling overwhelmed now and that you don’t want this baby, we believe that by considering adoption you desire to provide a loving family and better life for your baby. CCS has been helping birth mothers for 60+ years to place their babies into the adoptive families of their choice. We would love to talk with you about how CCS can help you throughout the adoption process.
We are here to help you understand all of your options. Call or text us at (720) 280-9517. Talking to us does not mean that you have decided to give your baby up for adoption. This discussion will be 100% private and free of charge for birth mothers.
Meet with Your Caseworker
Our experienced, licensed caseworker will listen to you and walk you through the adoption process. You will find comfort, support, and acceptance from the very beginning.
Make an Adoption Plan
Your caseworker will help you create a customized adoption plan that works best for you and your child. Based on the level of contact you would prefer to have with the adoptive parents and your child, you can choose from three types of adoption plans (open, semi-open, and closed) to make a personalized plan.
Find Adoptive Parents
You will have the opportunity to choose the adoptive family you feel would be the best fit for your child. Our caseworker can help you find parents matching your preferences from our list of pre-screened adoptive families. If you desire, you can meet with the adoptive parents before giving your final consent.
We can help you create a detailed plan for your delivery and hospital stay. When it comes to your adoption birth plan, what you want will always be our first priority and we want to honor your wishes.
Post Adoption Counseling
Post adoption, you may experience a range of emotions and challenges as you transition back to life before pregnancy. Your caseworker will continue to meet with you and provide post-adoption counseling for as long as you would like. You can also find support and comfort if you choose to join us for our monthly post-adoption support group with other birth moms.
Do you still have questions about the adoption process or would like to know more details? Contact us today. Our team is working 24/7 to help you.
Call/Text: (720) 280 9517
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.