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Pregnancy
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  Financial Assistance
  Medical Issues
  Selecting a Hospital
  Prenatal Care
  Pregnancy Calendar
  Morning Sickness
  Labor and Delivery
  Nutrition and Diet
  Crisis Centers
  Depression
  Drugs and Alcohol
Government
  Agencies A - Z
  Benefits & Services
 Child Welfare Agency
Mother/Child Safety
  Infant Safe Haven
  Child Abuse Help
  Domestic Violence
  Shelters
Parenting
  Support Groups
  Biological Fathers
  Child Development
  Child Health
  Breastfeeding
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Welcome to
Birth Mother Resources


We truly care about you and your baby and about other women in your situation We want to do everything possible to help you and your child. This website, Birth Mother Resources, was created to help you learn and understand more about your pregnancy, about the child you will deliver or have already given birth to, and about resources that can help you to raise your child yourself or help you to place your child with the perfect loving adopting family. No matter what your situation and what you finally decide, we want to help you and your child.

 

Introduction

The sections below, and the blue links in each section, will take you to information and resources that can help you.  We suggest you read down the whole page first and them come back and click on the blue links that are important to you.  You can also scroll down the boxes on the right and left hand margins of each page and click on any links that you want to know more about.

Pregnancy

Includes information on financial assistance, help concerning medical and health issues, concerns about nutrition, diet, and weight gain, drugs and alcohol concerns, as well as birth mother resources and information on labor and delivery, on selecting a hospital or birthing center, and on both pre-delivery and post-delivery depression.  Also included is information on prenatal care, morning sickness, and a pregnancy calendar that will give a birth mother a guide to all the changes taking place in your body on a week by week basis. Finally, there are birth mother resources for support groups and for crisis centers throughout the U.S. and Canada.

Government for Pregnant Women

Assistance can be available to any birth mother at any stage in the pregnancy or birth process.  This section includes a listing of agencies A-Z that can help you, benefits and services offered through a variety of governmental programs, and resources on child welfare agencies.

Mother and Child Safety

Includes a special section on infant safe haven laws, child abuse, and domestic violence.  There is also information on shelters for a pregnant woman or birth mother that are available throughout the U.S. and Canada.

Parenting

This site is for a birth mother and/or birth father who is planning on parenting and raising the child and includes resources on breast feeding, on child development from ages 0-21, advice from experts for a birth mother concerning child and infant health, and on support groups specifically for a birth mother and birth father who plan on raising their child.  Included is a special area to help a birth father with the many new issues presented by a baby.

Adoption

This section of the website is for a birth mother who is considering placing her child for adoption.  It includes birth mother resources on the adoption laws for each of the 50 states, where and how to start the adoption process, information and help on the emotional issues for the birth mother and birth father. Additional help is offered through support groups that are available for a birth mother who is thinking about placing her child for adoption or has already completed a placement.

Your Choices

A continuation of adoption resources.  It deals with the various types of child adoption including open and closed child adoption and agency and private child adoption.  It also presents resources on the differences between agency and facilitator adoption, help on selecting an adoption agency, selecting an adoption attorney, and even help on selecting an adopting family and placing a child with relatives.

Legal Issues

Concerns the legal rights of a birth mother, the legal rights of the birth father, and grandparents legal rights as they are all related to the adoption process.

Birth Records

Provides resources regarding birth records, information regarding access to records, information on birth mother adoption registries, and search and reunion resources.

From the Creators of this Website

We truly care about you and your baby and about other women in your situation We want to do everything possible to help you and your child.  There are many kinds assistance programs available to help you and other pregnant women, birth mothers and children free of charge.  These include financial, medical, nutritional and health assistance programs as well as a variety of support and information groups. If you need help you can click this link to find all kinds of assistance programs. And if you want our help you can call us anytime and from any place in the U.S. toll free. You can get our help whether you are pregnant or have already delivered and are raising your child yourself or want to place your child for adoption. We are here to help you and there is never any cost or obligation on your part. 

If you are considering placing your child for adoption we are also here to help.  We would be happy to help find a safe and loving home with a family that has been very carefully and thoroughly screened. We can help you regardless of what state you are in.  Our services to you are free, your medical and legal expenses will be provided for and we will make sure that you receive whatever reimbursement for housing, lost wages and living expenses that state laws allow.  You may reach me or my staff by calling our toll free number or you can contact us by email.  If there is anything we can do to help you and your baby, please contact us.

 

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 Georgia  Maryland  New Jersey  South Carolina  Wyoming
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Pregnancy
Placing a child for adoption
Parenting
Adopting a child
About Us
  F.A.Q.
Adoption
  Where to Start
  Emotional Issues
  Types of Adoption
  Open vs Closed
  Agency vs Private
  Agency vs Facilitator
  Placing with Relative
  Selecting a Family
  Selecting an Agency
  Support Groups
Legal Issues
  Birth Mothers
  Birth Fathers
  Grandparents
  Adoption Laws
  Selecting Attorneys
Additional Issues
  Birth Records
  Access to Records
  Registry
  Search and Reunion
  Privacy
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