Shock…that’s just part of the experience when you find yourself unexpectedly getting a positive pregnancy test result. Once the initial shock is over, you’ll probably find yourself feeling all different kinds of emotions, many of which may leave you both confused and overwhelmed. Finding someone to talk to that’s both unbiased and willing to help (regardless of what choice you decide to make) is very important.
Do you need immediate assistance?
Are you pregnant or know someone who is and need to get in touch with an adoption professional? Call us now or submit this form and we will be in touch as soon as possible.
Finally… a reliable adoption option!
- Free Counseling
- An Experienced And Caring Staff Offering You Respect For Your Decision-Making Process
- 24-hour Staff Availability
- Ability To Choose The Adoptive Family And To Keep In Touch And Visit, If Desired
- Open Or Closed Adoptions
- Medical And Other Expenses Paid
- Resources and Referrals (housing, mental health, substance use, education, etc.)
- No Foster Care ~ Immediate Placement
- Birth Parent Support Group – Blue Rose
Adoption STAR is a trusted source for Pregnancy Options Counseling, a service that can go a long way towards helping you fully understand all of the options that are available to you. Once you have had a chance to talk through all of your options, you will be better equipped to make a decision that feels right to you.
P.S. If you wish to speak to birth mothers who have placed a child for adoption, ask the agency to connect you via telephone, in-person or on-line with a birth parent.
5 Tips for a Healthy Pregnancy
Healthy Start Checklist
Adoption STAR has prepared a healthy start checklist to help you take care of yourself and you baby.
Your Developing Baby
The following information should only be used as a “general” guide for healthy pregnancy development.
Mental Health Issues
It is not uncommon that an unexpected pregnancy will lead to or increase mental health issues.
Substance Use and Abuse
Using legal or illegal drugs can cause many problems during a pregnancy.
A letter from a Birth Mother To Birth Mothers…
Dear Expectant Mother,
I remember when I was pregnant how difficult it was for me. I pretty much ignored it, but as time went on I knew I had to make a decision. I chose adoption for my baby girl. I know that surprises many people but I really wanted to make a plan for her life that would make her the happiest in the long run. What surprised me was that I was able to make my own decisions without pressure and I was even able to choose and meet the family who took my baby home. Today I receive letters and pictures of Chrissy and I know she is okay – more than okay. She is loved so much! I am sure that you will make the best decision for yourself and your child. Its good to talk to people about your options, so call Adoption STAR they are an authorized agency who will work with you whether you place your child for adoption or not.
All the best,