The Adoption Process for a Birth Mother:

Following your initial contact with our office, you will be provided with information about the adoption process, along with documents to be filled out, such as a Birth Parent Background Questionnaire which include medical/health and social history, as well as a Financial Assistance Worksheet. Your identifying information will remain confidential if and until you choose an adoptive family. A proof of pregnancy will need to be remitted prior to matching with an adoptive family.
A caring and experienced Birth Mother Advisor will assist you in creating adoption plan that best meets your individual needs and comfort Based on your preferences, we will provide you with profiles of parents to review. We work with adoptive parents from all across the United States.
Medical records will be requested, if you have already begun pre-natal care.
After reviewing profiles, you may then choose to speak with the families who appeal to you. We can assist in setting up the initial telephone call. After speaking, if you would like to meet, you may choose to have your initial meeting at our office. This process can continue until you have chosen a family whom you feel comfortable with.
We can arrange for you to speak with a reputable adoption attorney and/or licensed agency who will be able to advise you as to your legal rights, as well as ensure your adoption plan is facilitated in conformance with the laws of the state in which you reside. ​
Once a family has been selected, they can assist you with legally allowable living expenses such as rent, food, utilities, maternity clothing, transportation and medical. ​
If pre-natal care has not already begun, we will help make arrangements for you to see a physician. ​
As your delivery date approaches, you can be pre-registered at the hospital where you will be delivering. The appropriate hospital staff
will be advised of your wishes during your stay. ​

Contact either our office or the adoptive parents when you go into labor. Following birth, you may choose to spend time with your baby and/or the adoptive family. We make every effort to visit you while you are in the hospital, distance and circumstances permitting. When the baby is released from the hospital, it may go directly home with the adoptive family you have selected. There is no foster care or interim home required. ​ ​
For a California adoption, upon discharge from the hospital you will meet with an Adoptive Service Provider (ASP) to sign a Placement Agreement, which will be filed with the Court along with a Petition for Adoption. Alternatively, you may meet with a social worker to sign your Relinquishment.
At any time in the adoption process you may choose to receive counseling to help prepare you for the emotions you may feel during the adoptive process, at birth and beyond. We highly encourage counseling as a means of ensuring you receive all the emotional support you need to make the right decision for you and your baby. We truly want you to feel comfortable with your decision. Counseling is provided at no cost to yourself.
~ A Birth Mother Advisor is always available to assist you 24 hours/7 days a week with any questions you may have ~

Birth Mother Line:  1-800-605-4588
                                (1-800-605-4LUV)
Hours of Operation
Birth Parent's:  24/7
1-800-605-4588

Adoptive Parent(s): Monday - Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm
1-818-766-2222
11271 Ventura Blvd. #380
Studio City, CA  91604
          
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