Lifetime has been helping pregnant women and adoptive families nationwide since 1986. They provide free services to birth mothers.
African American Adoptions:
Focusing on Black and
Offering grants to qualified families hoping to adopt healthy newborn babies, sibling groups, and older children. Help also for women considering adoption.
Specializing in Open
Visit this website to view qualified adoptive families open to sharing visits with birth mothers and their families. Learn about open adoption now!
Christian Adoption Online:
Letting God’s Hand
Guide Children Home
Visit this site to find inspirational scripture and prayers as you look to Christ to help guide and direct the decisions about your future.
The Ultimate Resource For Adoption!
This book, AdoptingOnline.com, answers all your adoption questions.
There is nothing more vital to your adoption than taking the opportunity to learn all you can about the process, the personnel, and the pitfalls in adoption. With knowledge, you will be able to complete your family safely and successfully, while saving time and money. We recommend that all Wisconsin families begin their adoption journey by learning all they can. Here are the top three ways that you can learn more about adoption:
Many times, once you have found someone who has adopted or is an adoption professional, you learn more about the reality of adoption. If you are interested in speaking with a professional, such as Lifetime Adoption or African American Adoptions Online, pick up the phone and give them a call. Ask them your questions and see what they may recommend for your situation.
This is another way to learn about adoption and ways in which professionals or support groups can help you through the process. Many times you will meet other potential adoptive families and realize that you are definitely not alone! To learn more about free adoption informational meetings that are available in your area, visit this page.
There is a wonderful book that covers adoption start to finish and answers most any questions prospective adoptive families may have. It is written by, Mardie Caldwell, an adoption professional with 20 years of experience and host of a radio program called Let’s Talk Adoption. The book is called AdoptingOnline.com and is available online via the website, as well as in local bookstores. It covers different types of adoption available in Wisconsin, as well as over 1,200 resources to help you get started.
Do you have questions about adoption laws, or need to find a certified adoption attorney in your area?
Please visit American Adoption Law to request access to a comprehensive database of adoption lawyers who can assist you.
We look forward to being able to connect you to the qualified adoption professionals that you need!