Financial concerns are often at the forefront of the worries you may have when faced with an unplanned pregnancy.
Sometimes, women want to work with Florida adoption agencies but are under the impression that they will not be able to afford to do so. In addition to finding a loving home for your child through our services, Florida law states that Adoption Services help out with any costs that arise from your pregnancy and the birth of your child – including living expenses, prenatal care, and the cost of delivery.
An unplanned pregnancy should not keep you from looking for a way to place your baby for adoption in South Florida. You will not have to bear any of the financial expense of having the child, nor is there any expense involved for you if you participate in an adoption in Florida.
You are in control and you can make positive choices for you, your baby and family. Keep in mind you make choices every day how you want to live. This includes how you will teach your child as well. Pregnancy is our bodies way of giving us time to prepare to care for another human. Parenting begins at conception. You are now a mother and how you choose to spend the rest of your pregnancy becoming prepared is up to you.
If this is your first child you may be feeling a bit overwhelmed with all the information folks want to share. Or maybe you’re remembering your own childhood and how unpleasant it might have been at times. Perhaps you have other children and you were unprepared for this child. Whatever your circumstances, we are here to support you.
Resources exist to help you develop a parenting style you are comfortable with. Here we offer several types of classes to help support and counsel you. A program of rewards will be offered. Incentives, which will let you earn free baby and matermity items to help you during this new part of your journey.
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If you are considering abortion, it is important to remember that abortion is a medical procedure.
What type of abortion will you have? What are the risks? Get the facts. Make an informed choice.
You may be considering abortion for some of the following reasons:
Someone you love is pressuring you to have an abortion
You don’t feel ready to be a parent
You don’t want anyone to know that you are pregnant
We can answer some of the important questions that you have:
Are you really pregnant?
Is your pregnancy normal?
Are you at-risk for a natural miscarriage?
Do you have a tubal pregnancy requiring immediate medical attention?
How far along are you?
What kind of abortions are available to you?
What are your legal rights with abortion providers?
Are there any long-term or short-term risks to consider