A woman who is dealing with an unexpected pregnancy may be unaware of all her options or where to turn for help. She may feel scared, confused, and isolated. Deciding who to tell and what to do about the pregnancy can be emotional and difficult. However, help is just a phone call away!
Adoption Center for Family Building is a private, nonprofit open adoption agency that's licensed in Illinois and Indiana. We provide comprehensive adoption services and counseling for birth mothers. Our counselors are available to meet with the expectant mother at the hospital, clinic, school of in her home. We also offer (on site) in-service training programs on adoption for staff in hospitals, clinics, social service agencies and schools.
Our experienced adoption counselors are experienced, mature, caring professionals, dedicated to helping birth parents get the guidance and support they need to make an informed decision. All of our services are free, confidential, and offered at no obligation. In addition, we can help expectant parents obtain essential resources including Medicaid and other public assistance programs.
If a birth mother decides adoption is her best choice, we will guide her through the adoption process, work with her to create a personalized adoption plan, and assist her in finding a family that meets her criteria. We will be here to help her after the adoptive placement, too.
To learn more about the Adoption Center for Family Building services, please call us at 800-869-1009. We're available 7 days a week, 365 days/year.
Whatever the situation looks like, we're sure we can help. Our caring, experienced social workers will come to your hospital, clinic, school, or any other location to talk with expectant parents about their options. We will speak with her about her options and support whatever choices she makes.
To make a referral or request a free information kit for expectant mothers, please call or send us an email.
Services Available throughout Illinois and Indiana
Outposts: Greater Chicago Area, Central Illinois (Bloomington), Northern Indiana (Goshen), Northwest Indiana (Merrrillville) and Central Indiana (Indianapolis)