Birth Mothers

First of all, we want to tell you how brave you are and that we respect whatever choice you make. Dealing with an unplanned pregnancy is very difficult for most of our Birth Mothers and finding someone that you can trust to discuss your options with is very important. We are here to help you with your pregnancy and also after the birth of your baby.

We work with Birth Mothers all over the state and have been doing so for years. Giving a child up for adoption can be a complicated and delicate process. We are here to help you make the decision that is right for you and your baby.


Stuart & Blackwell offers


• Confidentiality

• Contact and support from free adoption counselors.

• Financial assistance with living expenses, housing and medical coverage.

• Help in choosing the perfect adoptive family for your baby.

• Evaluation of your needs and working out the best adoption plan for you.


Birth Mother Process


• Discuss the adoption process, your needs and an adoption plan with an attorney.

• Complete some questionnaires with your attorney so we can learn more about you, what

kind of needs you may have, and what kind of an adoptive family you are looking for.

• Begin prenatal care if you have not done so already, we can assist you in finding a doctor

and receiving medical coverage.

• Help us in obtaining your medical records.

• Review adoptive family profiles and choose the perfect family for your baby.

• Contact the adoptive family you have chosen, either telephone call or meeting.

• Receive financial assistance (living assistance and/or medical coverage) provided as

needed and where permissible.

• If counseling is requested, then we will give referrals and set up appointments for you.

• Ongoing check in with the office and/or your adoptive family for duration of pregnancy.

• Arrangements for when you are in labor.

• Spend time with baby, adoptive family, counselor as you would like at hospital.

• Assistance going home from hospital if needed.

• Sign documents consenting to adoption of your baby.

• Receive some post birth financial support if needed and permissible under state law.

• Check in with office and/or adoptive family.

Birth Mother FAQ



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