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Adoption support groups for birth mothers   Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Birth Mother Adoption Support Groups


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Birth Mother Support Groups

Support groups for birth mothers and birth fathers are difficult to find on a national scale and most are on the local level.  They can be very helpful in that you can talk to other birth parents who have gone through some of the same experiences you may be having.  Many support groups can help you with individual issue and many serve as a forum for reuniting birth parents with children.  The quality of the search groups varies greatly, so you may have to contact several before you find one that fits your needs and where you feel comfortable.  Listed here are some to help you get started. 

Support Groups for Birth Mothers

Our adoption agency contains one of the largest updated lists of support groups for pregnant women and additional list of support groups for birth mothers and for those who parent their child.

Bmom.net

This birth mother email support group was started by a birth mom. "It is a place that we can talk about our feelings about giving our children up, our search efforts, our reunion issues , and also a place that we can talk about the other thousand things going on in our lives! We want it to be a place that other birth moms will feel comfortable. If you are a mom, I would like to invite you to join our group. It comes to you by way of email.  It cannot be read by anyone that is not a subscriber and it is only for birth moms."

Concerned United Birth Parent

Concerned United Birthparens provides support for birth parents who have relinquished a child to adoption; to provide resources to help prevent unnecessary family separations; to educate the public about the life-long impact on all who are touched by adoption; and to advocate for fair and ethical adoption laws, policies and practices. 

Life Mothers

Life Mothers offers support, resources, and compassion to all birth mothers.

NACAS Support Groups

NACAS Support Groups database contains almost 900 adoption-related support groups from across the United States and Canada.

Yahoo Birth Mother Support Groups

Yahoo Birth Mother Support Groups will encourage you to join their group if you are a birth mother, birth mother to be or pregnant and considering releasing your baby through adoption. Birth fathers are also encouraged to join.

Additional Help and Resources

Many support groups for a birth mother and birth father are state based like the Michigan support group list GenealogyToday.com  and New York support groups NyAdoption.org.  These local support groups can be found on your internet provider search engine.

American Adoption Congress promotes family connections in adoption, foster care and assisted reproduction.  Among other things the AAC is committed to increasing public awareness about the realities of adopted life for birth and adoptive families and to facilitating birth family reunification for all adopted adults, without prior restraint, through search and support group networking and/or social service assistance.

A final note:

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 the following links will help you find pregnancy support groups as well as parenting and adoption support groups.  If you want our help you can call us anytime and from any place in the U.S. 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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