Choosing an Adoption Agency that is Right for You as a Birth Mother in Missouri and Kansas
After going back and forth, and looking at all your options from every angle, you’ve decided that placing your baby for adoption is the best path to take. Now begins the challenge of mapping out your adoption journey, and determining what kind of life you want your child to live. It’s a big decision. There are many factors to consider. One of the very first aspects is selecting an adoption agency to work with.
Choosing an adoption agency that is right for youtakes time. Depending on where you live, there may be multiple adoption centers near you or within a reasonable driving distance. It’s important to do as much research as you can, and write down a list of questions and requirements you have for your adoption journey.
Things to Look for when Choosing an Adoption Agency
At Adoption Choices of Kansas and Missouri, we want you to feel confident about the adoption agency you choose. Here are several valuable steps to help you narrow down your options.
- Conduct Thorough Research
Research the domestic adoption agencies in your area and talk to different birth parent professionals. Find an agency that you feel will best assist you and your baby in the adoption process. Make sure you feel comfortable with the adoption agency and research their online information. Whether or not an agency has a professional-looking website can say a lot about who you could be working with.
Our adoption center in Missouri and Kansas offers detailed blogs and resources that outline who we are, who we work with and a glimpse into the journey you will have with us. From the moment you begin your adoption journey with us, through birth and delivery to after the adoption is finalized, you will be assigned an adoption caseworker who will be there to answer your questions, address your concerns and discuss your options to help make this decision easier for you. We also have Birth Parent Counselors available for you to receive emotional support, comfort and encouragement whenever you need it.
- Ask Lots of Questions
Never be afraid to ask questions of your adoption caseworker. There is no such thing as a stupid or irrelevant concern when it comes to you and your baby. Your adoption agency should have your best interests at heart at all times, and want to support and encourage you any way they can.
Your health and safety — and that of your baby — is our top priority at our agency. We want to make sure that we provide you with the most positive, empowering and comforting experience possible.
- Select your Adoption Agency
Choosing your adoption agency can be a difficult process. However, making a list of pros and cons can help make this decision easier for you and help you eliminate which agencies you feel do not fit what you’re looking for.
At our agency, we will help you through every step of the adoption process. Our goal is that you feel comfortable, and have all the support you need and deserve.
Choosing an Adoption Agency that is Right for You
AtAdoption Choices of Kansas and Missouri,we are here to assist you in every aspect of the adoption process. Choosing our agency means you, as a birth mother, will be taken care of. After your adoption has been finalized, we will make sure you get any additional assistance you need. Whether that is through counseling or finding a support group in your area, we want you to have all the resources available for you to healthfully grieve and move forward after finalization. We honor and celebrate the choice you made to place your baby for adoption, and we want you to know how valued you are as a birth mother.
It doesn’t matter where you’re at in life, or what personal circumstance you’re in. We are here to help you in any way we can.
Adoption Choices of Kansas and Missouri serves birth parents statewide and beyond, please call us or text us to learn more! Call us toll free at 877-903-4488 or, in Missouri call or text us at 1-816-527-9800
Meet the Author: Samara Wiley is a published author of poetry, essays, and an environmental children’s storybook called, Waiting for the Water Fairy. She graduated from Benedictine University in 2018 with a double Bachelor of Arts in English Literature and French.She has been published in three small poetry anthologies one was called Talented.
Her other writing accomplishments include: winning a high school poetry competition and $2500 for her high school, having two out of her five novels be considered for publication and writing movie critic reviews for her university’s newsletter.
Although she has Cerebral Palsy and has had a turbulent childhood, Samara puts these small specs of herself into her writing to personally connect with her audience. She prides herself on pushing the boundaries in her writing and in her personal life with everything she does. Samara writes with her heart and a voice of compassion, and loves to pull from her top passions in life.
She currently lives in Yorkville, Illinois with her mom and two sisters.