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Need help with choosing adoption?

Please know that at any time you may speak directly with an adoption counselor 24/7, confidentially, and with no obligation by calling or texting 316-209-2071 or via our contact form at Adoption Choices of Kansas and Missouri. Whether you are feeling ashamed, confused, scared or excited, confident, and ready - we can help you choose adoption. We walk you through the process from start through your pregnancy, and even after you place your baby for adoption with an adoptive family. We have the expertise and the commitment to help. Adoption Choices is a licensed child placing agency in Kansas and Missouri that serves women facing an unplanned pregnancy and don't want to parent. We have worked with women in need for many years throughout Kansas, Missouri, and the U.S. On average, we assist to more…

Top 10 Questions by Women Considering Adoption

If you have found this article, you are probably an expectant mother considering adoption as an option for a unplanned, crisis, or unwanted pregnancy. Since we are often asked similar questions, 1) you can trust that you are not alone! And 2) we have compiled some of our most common adoption questions asked by expectant mothers considering adoption with Adoption Choices of Kansas and Missouri. 1. If I contact Adoption Choices of Kansas and Missouri, am I obligated to choose adoption? When you contact Adoption Choices of Kansas and Missouri, an adoption specialist will help you objectively explore adoption to determine if it is the best choice for you and your baby, and they will help answer any of your other adoption questions. If you decide adoption is right for you, your adoption…

Adoptive Family: Choosing Adoption

People choose adoption for a variety of reasons. Some people parenting children by birth adopt because of a wish to expand their families and/or provide a home for a child in need. Single people or same sex couples wishing to parent often adopt. Some people adopt because they feel that they are too old to pursue pregnancy and birth. And of course, both singles and couples adopt as a result of primary infertility and secondary infertility. Sometimes the decision to adopt comes easily for a family and sometimes the decision making process in adoption is quite difficult, emotionally challenging, and involves some “soul searching.” Is Adoption Right for You? There are many important questions that all prospective adoptive parents can ask themselves to help determine both IF adoption is the right option for them to…

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