Adoption Agency – You Are Not Alone
Our Adoption Professionals Provide Pregnant Women With Support
Infants Do Not Go Into Foster Care
You Choose The Type Of Contact You Want
Our Team Helps You Create A Hospital Plan
Unplanned pregnancies can throw anyone’s life into chaos and depending on where you are on your personal journey, you may not feel that you are ready to take on parenthood. At Adoptions from the Heart, we want all pregnant women to be fully aware of all of their options.
After learning more, if you determine that you are interested in moving forward with domestic adoption, you will find our adoption professionals are ready to help. We can assist you with obtaining insurance, schedule doctors appointments, help you create a hospital plan, assist you with choosing a family for your baby from our waiting families, put you into contact with legal representation, and help you determine how much contact you would like in the future.
In addition to this, you will have full access to our support groups for as long as you need them.
Some birth parents will also be eligible to apply for our scholarship program. If awarded, our scholarship can help you pay for an undergraduate degree or for trade school.
Contact us to learn more about our history and how we can help you.
Non-Profit Agency – Are You Looking To Adopt?
Helping Connect Adoptive Parents To Their Child
Home Study Assistance
Build A Profile For Birth Parents To Review
No Minimum Income Requirement
Have you been considering growing your family through adoption? You’ve likely heard the myth that it’s much easier to adopt an infant from another country than it is to adopt in the U.S., but this couldn’t be further from the truth. For example, did you know that in the United States, nearly 18,000 infants are adopted, most taken home directly from the hospital? Or that in many cases, birth mothers select their child’s adoptive parents?
At AFTH, we are happy to work with individuals and couples who are prospective parents and we are happy to assist families that already have children.
Although not all birth mothers are seeking an open adoption, prospective parents should be open to the minimum requirements of open adoption, typically the exchange of first names, letters, and photos. These exchanges can be done through the adoption agency. In many cases, one visit per year at the annual agency clinic is requested.
We understand that the idea of open adoption may be scary but we are here to answer all of your questions. Open adoption can help you to get to know your child’s biological parents which can help you answer your child’s questions as they get older.
Our adoption professionals will not only help you understand your options but we will also assist you with obtaining the necessary background checks, home study, legal assistance, and we can give you information on where to find financial help. Our office is conveniently located in Wilmington, Delaware.