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(317) 518-3032.
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We're so sorry that you are faced with such a difficult decision. We are not here to judge. Instead, we work tirelessly to make sure that all of your questions and concerns are addressed. We will do everything in our power to help you through this difficult time and to make sure that you never feel alone.
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We truly care that you and your baby are doing well so we have made all of our services are FREE to expecting mothers.
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Financial Help

If you feel that adoption may be the best option for you and your baby, we can provide financial aid for essential costs such as rent, utilities, clothing, phone bills, etc.

All support given is done so in accordance with Indiana state laws.
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We will provide help setting up appointments with a doctor of your choice. We will also help you enroll in a Medicaid program (if you qualify), and get you support for your medical expenses.
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Everyday  Arrangements

We can provide help with your transportation needs for essential things like grocery shopping, medical appointments, meetings, etc. We can also help connect you with appropriate community resources to help you throughout the process.
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Our Services are Free

We care about the well-being of our expectant mothers. We can help mothers find a loving family for their child and provide support throughout their pregnancy. We will answer your questions about the adoption process any tie of day, and will listen attentively to your preferences with how you would like to proceed.

Financial Help

As the birthmother, you are entitled to financial aid if you are setting up an adoption plan. Indiana law allows financial help from the 2nd trimester, up to 6 weeks after delivery.

You Choose the Adoptive Family

We will bring you scrapbooks of fully approved adoptive parents, who are ready to take custody of a child right away. It is up to you to choose a family who you trust to provide a good life for the child.

Understanding Your Needs

We will develop an understanding of what your specific needs are so we can make sure you are safe and well taken care of. We are glad to schedule meetings with potential adoptive parents so you can meet them and ask them any questions you may have directly.

Social Workers

KidsFirst Adoption Services is run by social workers, and we ensure that adoptive parents are not only thoroughly checked and educated, but are also emotionally and financially prepared to provide a loving, caring home for the child.

Our Services are Free

We care about the well-being of our expectant mothers. We can help mothers find a loving family for their child and provide support throughout their pregnancy. We will answer your questions about the adoption process any time of day, and will listen attentively to your preferences with how you would like to proceed.

Financial Help

As the birthmother, you are entitled to financial aid if you are setting up an adoption plan. Indiana law allows financial help from the 2nd trimester, up to 6 weeks after delivery.

You Choose the Adoptive Family

We will bring you scrapbooks of fully approved adoptive parents, who are ready to take custody of a child right away. It is up to you to choose a family who you trust to provide a good life for the child.

Understanding Your Needs

We will develop an understanding of what your specific needs are so we can make sure you are safe and well taken care of. We are glad to schedule meetings with potential adoptive parents so you can meet them and ask them any questions you may have directly.

Social Workers

KidsFirst Adoption Services is run by social workers, and we ensure that adoptive parents are not only thoroughly checked and educated, but are also emotionally and financially prepared to provide a loving, caring home for the child.

Frequently asked questions

I am ready to make an adoption plan for my child. What do I do next?

Schedule a time to meet with us - we will come to a location that is convenient for you. You can bring a family or friend with you to this meeting to feel more comfortable if you would like. Click HERE to connect with us or you can also call us anytime at (317) 518-3032.

I am worried I can’t parent my child and he/she/they may end up in foster care. What are my options?

We are here to help you understand your options. You understand your situation and your preferences better than anyone, but we are here to listen and provide honest answers to your questions so you can move forward with the option you are most comfortable with. You can click HERE to connect with us or you can also call us anytime at (317) 518-3032. You can schedule a time to meet with us and we will come to a location that is convenient for you. You can bring a family member or friend with you to this meeting to feel more comfortable.

What is the adoption process step-by-step?

First, click HERE to schedule a call with us or request more information. We will answer your questions and arrange a confidential meeting. You will then choose your best parenting match from the profiles of pre-approved families. You may meet with the families if you wish. You will be provided with emotional and financial support throughout the rest of your pregnancy. When we meet, ongoing contact and the frequency of the updates after birth will be discussed. We're always there to help you out. At the hospital, you decide the details of your delivery and hospital stay. Official paperwork isn't signed until at least 24-48 hours after delivery.

How do I know that the adoptive family I select will be good for my child?

Adoptive families, who we approve to adopt, are checked very thoroughly and they wait years to be able to adopt. We spend hours checking through background checks, FBI records, their medical records, employment, finances, life insurance, and medical insurance. Our adoptive families are dreaming of becoming parents and will give your child all their heart, a stable and loving home, and the best educational opportunities. They will raise them as good, honest, and independent adults who will know what an incredible sacrifice you made to give them the life you want them to have and the life they deserve.

What help can be provided if I don't have a safe place to stay?

We reach out to community resources to see what options are available for you. We first try and understand what your needs and preferences are so we can assist you in the greatest capacity possible to make sure that you are safe and well taken care of.

What financial support is available throughout the adoption process if I am placing my child?

If you believe adoption is the best option for your baby and you, we can provide help with paying rent, utilities, groceries, clothing, phone bill, etc. according to what is allowed by Indiana Law for pregnancy expenses.

Do I have to identify the biological father?

When we first meet with you, we will have you complete a form that allows for a few options. You can choose to identify the father, not identify the father, or state that you do not know who the birth father is. If you do identify him, we are obligated to reach out to him and request his consent for the adoption. If the father is not identified, the burden is solely on him to take action to assert his rights as the possible father of the child. If he doesn't assert his rights, his consent is no longer required.

Can I receive updates about my child after placement?

Biological families have different options and preferences when it comes to making a decision about the type of adoption they are comfortable with. Some families prefer to have updates about their child after placement. We will help you work with adoptive parents to develop a schedule of updates on how the child is doing throughout the child's life.

Can I have a visitation schedule after placement?

Biological families have different options and preferences when it comes to making a decision about the type of adoption they are comfortable with. Some families prefer to have visitation scheduled after placement. We will help you work with the adoptive parents to develop a schedule of visitation once or twice a year.

Can I have a private adoption plan?

Biological families have different options and preferences when it comes to making a decision about the type of adoption they are comfortable with. Some families prefer their privacy and opt for a private adoption plan. Families reserve their right to contact our agency and ask for updates if they want them later.

What are some common reasons women decide to pursue an adoption plan for their children and themselves?

- If they have tried parenting for some time and they know in their hearts they need to provide a different life for their child.
- If they are struggling and strongly feel there is no way they can provide a stable life for their child/children.
- If they are worried CPS may take away their children, or they are worried their children will grow up in the foster care.    system.
- If they are dealing with addiction or legal issues.
- If their home environment is unsafe.
- If they are dealing with mental health disabilities.
- If they have recurring domestic violence issues in front of their children.

Have you ever wondered if adoption might be right for you?