The Gladney Center for Adoption is deemed by the government essential to the communities we serve. Because of this status, our adoption team is working to make sure we are providing help to expectant parents and parents currently parenting who want to make an adoption plan for their child(ren). We are practicing social distancing, but that won't stop us from giving you the help you need.
If you are a birth parent considering adoption for your child, start with research about the adoption process. Reach out and contact an Options Counselor. They can give you information surrounding adoption through phone calls, live chats, emails, or by filling out a contact form. Talking to an Options Counselor does not mean that you have decided on adoption. However, it is beneficial to talk to someone who cares for you and your child’s well-being and can help if you are going through a difficult time.