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Will The Adoptive Family Tell My Child They Were Conceived Through Rape or Incest?

By Tyra Watts

Rape and Incest are something that no one should go through. Adoption agencies in Kansas take these situations seriously, and we will do what we can to ensure that the birth mother will receive the best care possible. For those who do not know, adoption is an option you have the right to, along with two other options, parenting and the termination of your pregnancy (also known as an abortion). Adopting adoption is the right choice for you if you are not interested in raising a child or terminating you pregnancy. should you choose adoption, you might wonder, will the adoptive family tell your child they were conceived through rape or incest?

By putting a child up for adoption, the child will be raised by a loving and supportive adoptive family. However, when it comes to adoption when the birth mother is a victim of rape or Incest, a question that is frequently asked is if the adoptive family will tell the child that they were conceived through rape or incest. That is something that Adoption Choices of Kansas will get into today. Choosing adoption is not giving up

If you need adoption help now, please call us at 877-903-4488, text us at 316-209-2071, or visit us at Adoption Choices of Kansas.

Resources Available For You

Adoption Choices of Kansas comes to meet you as a responsive and trusting agency to work with. As one of many adoption agencies in Kansas, we want to support you at this time. We have resources available to you, such as counseling services, prenatal care/ health care, safe housing, and much more. When it comes to our counseling services it is free throughout your pregnancy and after the adoption has been finalized. A birth counselor will be with you to provide comfort and emotional support. You can get prenatal care/health care by applying for Medicaid, and we would be more than happy to help you with the application process. With safe housing, our Kansas adoption agencies, such as the Wichita adoption agency, can help you find affordable housing.

Adoption After A Sexual Assault

For starters, it is important to know that you are in control of your adoption process and giving your baby up for adoption. You can get started with your adoption plan by first contacting our Kansas adoption agencies. You will then meet up with an adoption caseworker to help you with the adoption process. Then, you can choose what type of adoption you want. The options are open adoption, closed adoption, and semi-open adoption. After that, you’ll come up with a birth plan for when it is time to give birth. Lastly, after your baby is born, the post-placement begins. As stated earlier, we have support counseling for you when needed. 

I Do Not Want To Provide Information About The Birth Father, What Can I Do?

If you do not want to provide information about the birth father, that is okay. That will affect you when it comes to giving your baby up for adoption. What you can do is list the birth father as unknown so that way you are still able to place your child for adoption. Our adoption agencies in Kansas can be a form of support system for you during the process. We want what’s best for you and your child.

Is The Birth Father’s Consent Needed In The Adoption?

When it comes to the birth father’s consent in the adoption process, you necessarily do not need to get the birth father’s approval. However, we must take into consideration the situation that you are in because it may vary. Usually, the birth father has parental rights just like the birth mother. The only times in which you truly do not need the birth father’s consent is if the birth father’s rights are already terminated, the birth father abandons your child. 

Choosing adoption is not giving up. If you need unplanned pregnancy help now, Adoption Choices of Kansas serves birth parents statewide and beyond. We can help with teen pregnancy, financial assistance, difficult situations, and more. Please call us or text us to learn more! Call Us 877-903-4488 or Text Us 316-209-2071

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