Are You Having Trouble Parenting?

Thinking about adoption?


We offer caring, judgment-free help for birth parents


Do you feel lost, anxious or desperate? Do you feel like there is no solution to your difficult situation? YOU HAVE OPTIONS. Even when you feel there are none. 

We are here to help you through this difficult time and provide you with the options and guidance you need to take control of your situation.

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We are sorry you are faced with this difficult decision. We know every parent loves their child and wants the very best for them. We know you want your child to have the best life possible – a life filled with love, stability, and opportunity.

We understand that as the child’s birth parent(s) you want to make your own decisions regarding the child’s future. We provide options, support, and expertise to help you avoid involvement of Child Protective Services (CPS) and the fear or losing your child to the foster care system.

We also understand your concerns regarding what your child/children may think later in life after placing them for adoption. We have seen from our years of adoption work that children are generally thankful to their biological parents for the sacrifices they have made to ensure they are in a loving, stable home. When they are older, they will understand the difficult decision you were faced with and be grateful for all that you have done to ensure they are raised with every opportunity.

You have options and we can help you navigate them to make an informed decision on what is best for you and your child. You are not alone. We do not judge. Our services are free to you and we will always be honest in answering your questions.

Birth Mothers We Have Helped

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Why Some Families Place Their Child/Children for Adoption:

  • If you are struggling and strongly feel there is no way you. can provide a stable life for your child/children.
  • If you are worried CPS can take away your child/children, or that they may grow up in foster care.
  • If you are dealing with addiction or legal issues.
  • If your home environment is unsafe.
  • If you are dealing with any mental health disabilities.
  • If you have any recurring domestic violence issues at home or in front of your child/children.
  • If you are dealing with any mental health disabilities.


Our Services are free to you! We are here to help, listen, and understand what your hopes are. Our goal is to put children in solid, stable homes with lots of opportunity.
Here are some ways we can help:


You can call, message or text us at any time. We make ourselves available for you as you navigate this difficult time. We will listen to your situation and support and guide you through the process in every way we can.

You Decide

We have a number of fully-approved adoptive families who can provide a solid and secure life for a child, full of love, educational opportunities, and stability. We will provide you with information about each of the approved adoptive families so you can choose the family you feel most comfortable with for your child.

Children in Mind

We want to learn about your child/children, their unique personality, and their needs so that we can find the best adoptive family match for them.

Get to Know Your Options

As you look through potential adoptive families, we can help you schedule meetings with adoption candidates so you can speak with them and have all your questions answered. You are the one to make the final decision on which adoptive family feels right for your child.


We will help you discuss a post-adoption plan with the adoptive family that you are comfortable with. This could mean you’ll receive updates, pictures, scheduled conference calls, or possibly visitations. If you decide that you would like to receive updates, we help you structure a post-adoption plan with the adoptive family and ensure that you receive the updates.

Financial Support

According to Indiana Law, financial support is allowable up to 6 weeks after the delivery of the child.


An adoption plan gives you an option to ensure the future of your child with the family you feel good about and have come to trust. We stand by your side through the whole process. Placement can take place within a day to two weeks. The main thing we need to make sure of s that it is in the best interest of your child, and also in your best interest to place your child for adoption. We always want the safety of your child to come first.

Questions We’ll Need Answers To:

  • Are you and your child/children safe right now?
  • Do you have legal custody of the child/children?
  • Are your other family members unable to help, or do you not feel comfortable leaving your children with them permanently?
  • It is your choice to name or not name the birth father, unless he is on the birth certificate.
  • What are the whereabouts of the biological father and does he know you are considering an adoption plan for your child?
  • Was the biological father a part of the child’s life and if so, for how long?
  • Any medical or other special needs for your child/children?
  • What provides your child/children with comfort? (For example, a special blanket, toy, certain meal, etc.)

Documents We’ll Need From You:

  • Your child’s birth certificate and social security number.
  • Your birth certificate and social security number.


Will I be able to know how the child is doing as they grow up? Would it be possible for me to see them sometimes?

We make sure that adoptive parents send us pictures and updates and we get them to you. It is very important to us that you sleep well and have peace in your heart that your child is doing well. It is up to you whether you want to have scheduled visits once or twice a year, pictures/ updates, or choose a closed adoption where you can call us if you want updates.

Will my child dislike me later because I placed them for adoption?

The truth is 98% of children who have good, stable, and loving homes are thankful that their biological family created this opportunity for them in life. They are thankful that you made such a selfless decision for them. Many of them want to meet their biological family when they become young adults.

What are open, semi-open, and closed adoptions?

– Open: There is a schedule of visitations once or twice a year between biological and adoptive parents.

– Semi-open: Pictures and updates, conference calls between bio and adoptive parents.

– Closed: Biological mother prefers privacy. She wants to reserve her right to contact our agency and ask for updates if she wants them later.

Do I have to identify the biological father?

Adoption Law in Indiana gives this choice to you. If you want to choose an adoptive plan for your child, you are not obligated to notify the biological father. If the father of the child insists that he wants to parent, as a mother, you can still make an adoption plan to secure safety and stability for the child. If you have more detailed questions about the rights of the father, please call us and we will provide information..

What are the consequences of children being raised in a home unable to meet their needs?

Multiple behavioral issues can develop and addition to medical diagnoses and the use of serious medication. Many caregivers and changes in placements create life-long attachment challenges for the child. Parents may also struggle with more difficult behaviors as the child becomes an adult.

Adoption is not for everybody but in many situations, it saves lives. Babies and young children don’t have a voice yet. It is the obligation of parents to provide the life the child deserves.

At what age can the child be place for adoption?

Children can be placed for adoption from newborn to school age. It is the responsibility of a parent to make sure their child is safe and has opportunities for a good and productive life.

What will my family and friends think about me if I place the child?

When a woman becomes pregnant, the main responsibility of the child is on her shoulders. Everybody likes to give advice but everyone has their own dilemmas and decisions. You don’t have to involve others into the decision to choose or not to choose an adoption plan. People advise and then go on with their life. Your responsibility is in the best interest of your child and you.