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Life doesn’t always go as planned. Half of all pregnancies in the United States are unplanned – impacting the hopes and dreams of three million women each year. An unexpected pregnancy can leave you feeling overwhelmed, confused and alone. No one should feel that way!  

Our services are free and confidential and offered to you at no obligation. We provide counseling and support, help you get the resources you need throughout your pregnancy, and assist you in finding the right adoptive parents for your baby.

Each year, hundreds of women facing unplanned pregnancies contact this agency. We understand what you’re going through and our experienced, dedicated adoption counselors will listen, explain your options, and help you make a decision that’s right for you.

Adoption Center for Family Building is a private, non-profit Open Adoption Agency licensed in Illinois and Indiana. Since 1996, we have placed hundreds of babies with loving adoptive families. We will treat you with the compassion and respect you deserve. Please click on the link below to learn more about our services and philosophy or watch our video on our homepage.


Services Available throughout Illinois and Indiana

Service Areas: Greater Chicago Area, Central Illinois (Champaign, Bloomington, Springfield),  Northern Indiana (South Bend, Fort Wayne), Northwest Indiana (Merrrillville, Hammond, East Chicago, all of Lake County) and the area around Central and Southern Indiana (Indianapolis, Bloomington, Evansville)

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Adoption Center for Family Building is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. We provide valuable resources, financial assistance, and professional counseling to women facing an unplanned pregnancy. Please support our mission.

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"We had an amazing experience with this agency. The counselors are open minded, supportive of birth mothers and prospective adoptive families."