The purpose of this blog is to help expectant mothers and prospective adoptive parents as well as professional understand exactly what adoption counseling involves..
If you are considering placing your baby for adoption, make sure that you know all of your options. You will also want to find a caring counselor — employed by a licensed adoption agency — in your state to help you navigate the adoption process.
By Maura Vivona, Mother through adoption I remember the first time my adoption counselor explained open adoption to me, I was skeptical at best. I [Read More]
This blog is written by a brave birth mother who wanted to share her experience with others. It provides insight and hope to women with [Read More]
The adoptive process is probably not going to be easy. There are many decisions that you must make in order to adopt a child. The [Read More]
As someone who has worked in the field of adoption for almost 30 years, I realize that there are a few universal truths that expectant [Read More]
Many hundreds of women contact the Adoption Center for Family Building each year by completing an online information request form or sending a text message. These [Read More]
(This is an excerpt from a speech I gave at the agency’s 20 year anniversary celebration) Twenty years ago, we created something unique; we envisioned an alternative to [Read More]
For women with an unplanned pregnancy, there are only a few options to choose from: termination, parenting and adoption. For many women, each of the [Read More]
If you’re an expectant mother, you probably already know that (at least for most women) you have three options: termination, parenting or adoption. Let’s face it, [Read More]