If you are thinking of Placing your baby for adoption:
- Get financial assistance with living expenses and other pregnancy needs
- 24/7 support and Help throughout your pregnancy
- Select loving family for your baby who can provide stable & secure environment and happy future for your baby
- Create your own custom adoption Plan
- Select Open adoption or semi-open adoption if you prefer
- Get Free Medical assistance, check up and counseling
Adoption Choices of Kansas is one of the nation’s premier independent adoption centers specializing in newborn baby adoptions. Whether you are pregnant and searching for the perfect family for your baby, or a prospective adoptive parent searching to adopt a newborn baby, our team of innovative adoption professionals is here to help you create a personalized adoption plan that is right for you.We provide the highest level of Birth Mother support.
We have offices in Wichita and Kansas City and case workers located throughout the Kansas State. Call Now For More Adoption Info
- Contact Adoption Choices of Kansas
- Meet with our experienced staff
- Get connected with community resources e.g. Medicaid, prenatal care, WIC benefits etc.
- Review & select Pre-screened loving adoptive families for your child
- Placement of baby
- Post placement help
If you are pregnant and considering an adoption plan for your child, we are here to help. All the choices are yours. Your adoption, your plan! We have been assisting expectant mothers for over 25 years and are committed to providing you with compassionate support and quality adoption services. We want to help you make your ideal adoption plan for you and your baby.
If you are facing an unplanned pregnancy and are considering giving up your baby for adoption, we are happy you found us! Contact us today and speak to one of our adoption counselors and adoption lawyers who specialize in infant adoption and are ready to guide you through each part of the adoption process. We are here to listen, not to judge. We’ll help you take stock of your situation, organize your thoughts and feelings, and make the best choice for yourself and your baby.
If you are facing teenage pregnancy and thinking about putting up for adoption of baby, we are here to help you! If you are 14 years old or younger, your parents, legal guardian, or court-appointed guardian must be present and witness your consent. A parent who is a minor has the power to consent to the adoption of her/his child. The consent is valid and has the same force and effect as if you were an adult parent.
Adoption Choices offers:
- A fully licensed agency
- A highly trained and caring staff
- Placement of children of all ethnicities
- Your choice and selection of adoptive parents
- Open, semi-open and closed adoptions
- Non-denominational assistance – all faiths are welcome
- Services provided no matter where you live
- Medical care
- Counseling and support
- Legal help
- Financial services
Frequently Asked Questions
Why Choose Adoption?
Adoption is not a choice any woman makes lightly. However, when you have an unplanned pregnancy, adoption can certainly be a wonderful option for you and your unborn child. Adoption no longer carries the stigma it once did. Many birth parents have wonderful, open relationships with their birth children and the adoptive parents as the child is growing up.
Who will help me understand this decision and deal with the loss of my child?
We have a caring staff of licensed social workers who will walk you through every step of the process. We are here to listen and we are not here to judge. Adoption is a very big decision. We understand that and want to help you choose what is right for you and your unborn baby; whatever that may be.
Can I choose the adoptive family of my child?
Absolutely! All of our waiting families have “profile books” that have many pictures of them, their home, their extended family, pets, and much more. The books discuss why the family wants to adopt and provides a lot of information about the family and their lifestyle. You can meet your adoptive family prior to your child’s birth, and you choose the level of contact you would like to have with them following the birth and the adoption. If you are not comfortable choosing the family, we can help with that as well.
How do I know the adoptive family will provide a safe environment in which to raise my child?
All of our prospective adoptive parents go through extensive background checks and a thorough home study process in order to be approved to adopt. Requirements vary from state to state, but typically the prospective adoptive parents must have a health assessment, child abuse checks, fingerprint based background checks, and provide proof of their income and financial resources. Prospective adoptive parents are also required to discuss their backgrounds, childhoods, family of origins, and current support systems.
Will I be able to meet the adoptive family in person?
Your adoption can be as open or as closed as you would like. You can meet your prospective adoptive parents prior to the birth of your child and choose to have an ongoing relationship with them, or you can never meet them at all. We help you decide what you are comfortable with. You get to choose.
Can I make an Adoption Plan without the Birth Father’s Consent?
Yes, if the birth father will not give his consent, or if you are unable to locate him, the attorney for the agency will attempt to terminate his parental rights.
Will I be able to receive help with transportation if I need it?
Your case worker will help you with transportation to and from your doctor’s visits and take you to pick up prescriptions. If further assistance is needed ,e.g., trips to the grocery store or a ride to work your case worker will be glad to help arrange that for you. We understand how important it is that you stay healthy and well taken care of.
How do I pay for the medical costs incurred by the pregnancy?
The choice of adoption is always at no cost to the birth mother. We will help you find assistance in paying the medical bills. The portion of the medical expenses not covered by private insurance or by state funds will be provided by the adoptive family.