23 Aug If I Place My Baby For Adoption, Can I Choose The Adoptive Parents?
How will I take care of myself and my child during pregnancy? Should I place my baby for adoption? How does the process work? Can I select the adoptive family? There are so many questions that come to your mind when you’re facing an unplanned pregnancy.
Your personal situation calls for personalized attention. You are an individual with a unique journey; this pregnancy is a significant chapter in your life. If you don’t have anyone to talk to, you can always call Colorado Christian Services to make an informed decision.
Colorado Christian Services (CCS) offer personal assistance and attention to birth mothers. Our experienced adoption caseworkers will be your guide throughout the adoption process. They will assist you right from the beginning of your adoption journey. We are here to help you navigate your adoption options.
How to Choose Adoptive Parents When Placing Your Baby for Adoption?
Birth mothers select the adoptive family, and choose how much of a relationship she would like to have with them after placement. Colorado Christian Services (CCS) uses the Structured Analysis Family Evaluation (SAFE) to evaluate all adoptive families, so you can rest assured that your child will be going to caring parents who have been thoroughly screened.
Depending on the level of openness you choose, you can also visit with your child in the future.
Since 1963, Colorado Christian Services has been the leading provider of adoption services in Colorado, with the privilege of placing nearly 1,200 children into loving homes. All an expectant mother needs to do is to talk to a CCS birth mother caseworker. We will help you understand how to select the best adoptive family for you and your child. Select the Best Adoptive Parents for your Child with Us.