Why choose an Alabama-licensed agency?
A Angel Adoptions is a small, licensed, private agency right here in Alabama. No matter what city you live in, we can come to you. We are not a voice on the end of the phone located in another state. We can only imagine how you must feel at this very moment … overwhelmed, confused and wondering what is best for you and your baby. You might be feeling anxious and scared, or have a feeling of not being in control. We understand, and we can help! Also you can read our informative post: Why Should I Choose A Private Adoption Agency In Alabama
Making an adoption plan
It’s okay to consider an adoption plan for your baby. You may not be able to parent this child for many different reasons … you may be financially struggling, you may not be ready to be a parent, you may be raising other children, your child’s birth father may not be a part of your life, or you may not have family support. For whatever reason you choose adoption, it is a loving and responsible plan to want your baby to have the kind of life that you dream of for him or her. There is never any cost to birth mothers for our services. For more information, you can read: How to give my baby up for adoption in Alabama
Our promise to you
Our clinical social workers and staff have many years of experience working with pregnant women. We are very passionate about our work, and can be reached 24 hours a day, seven days a week. When you need us, we are available! Supportive counseling is provided to you during and after your pregnancy for as long as you need us. We will hold your hand and guide you through the adoption process. It is very important to our agency that you have good feelings about your adoption plan, the adoptive parents and A Angel Adoptions.
Give us a call
Don’t be worried about what is going on in your life or with the pregnancy. We work with women who have emotional problems, addiction issues, trouble with the law, financial problems, and women who have had very little or no prenatal care. We care about you and your baby, and if we are not able to help you directly, we will do our very best to provide appropriate referral sources. Remember, most women choose an adoption plan because they and/or their families have life stresses of their own, so are not able to raise this baby. Perhaps your primary reason for choosing adoption has a lot to do with the birth father of your baby. Adoption is often very different from what you see on TV or read in the papers. No matter what your circumstances are, we are here to help you to help yourself and find the right family for your baby!
November is National Adoption Month As we approach the holidays and the Christmas season, be especially mindful of birth families and infertile couples. For pregnant women making an adoption plan, more specifically those due around the holidays, future Christmases may forever be connected to memories of the birth of their
(The following is part of an actual conversation with a birth mother who recently placed her baby for adoption through A Angel Adoptions. She is aware that this is being posted on social media. Some identifying information has been deleted or altered due to confidentiality concerns.) (Suzanne) When did you
Can I Get Financial Assistance When I Give My Baby Up For Adoption? You may be thinking about the fact that financially you’re really in a tough place and dealing with financial stress is a big part of why many women make an adoption plan. So in the state of
How to give my baby up for adoption is one of the hardest questions you will ask yourself! My name is Suzanne Peden, LICSW, PIP, and A Angel Adoptions is my beloved adoption agency in Helena, Alabama, just south of Birmingham. Thank You for taking the time and courage to
The Advantages of Working with An In-State, Private, Licensed Adoption Agency in Alabama Whether you are a potential birth mother living in Alabama who is considering an adoption plan for your unborn baby or a couple choosing to become parents through adoption, there are distinct advantages to using a private,
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