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Support for birth fathers

If you’ve just learned your partner is pregnant or you’re a new father, you may be feeling shocked, angry, or confused.

Perhaps you need help exploring your options, or you want to be involved in making decisions that affect you and your child. Whatever your needs, we can help get the support you need.

We believe birth fathers can play an important role in their child’s life. That’s why we welcome and encourage you to participate in the adoption planning process and be a part of your child’s future if you choose open adoption.

Once you contact us, you will be matched with an adoption counselor who will respect your feelings, privacy and confidentiality, and support you every step of the way. If you and the birth mother decide to move forward with an adoption plan, there are several ways for you to be involved:

  • Review adoptive parent profiles, and assist in the process of choosing your child’s adoptive family.
  • Help the expectant mother create an adoption plan, detailing her wishes for the hospital and the placement, and the type of relationship she wants to have with the adoptive parents.
  • Create your own open adoption plan, agreeing on the frequency and amount of contact you want to have with the adoptive family.
  • Follow through on your commitment to the child. Stay in contact with your child and the adoptive parents. We are available to support and guide you along the way.

If you would like to learn more about your options, or talk with an adoption counselor, or get involved in the adoption planning process, please call us at 1-800-869-1005.

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