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Para los hombres

Es importante comprender que las decisiones que tome ahora afectarán su vida a largo plazo. Deje que nuestros defensores masculinos lo ayuden a determinar los próximos pasos para su futuro.

What are the Different Types of Adoption?

What is Open Adoption?

In an open adoption, the birth mother and adoptive family have some personal interaction based on a written agreement. The parties can contact each other directly without the mediation of the adoption agency. 

What is a Semi-Open Adoption?

In a semi-open adoption, the birth mother and adoptive family can maintain contact with each other after the adoption is finalized. They send pictures and letters to each other on a set schedule. Communication is managed by the adoption agency. 

What is a Closed Adoption?

In a closed open adoption, the adoptive family receives only the medical and social history of each birth parent and their family. The birth mother can select the adoptive family based on non-identifying profiles, but is not expected to communicate with them.  

Do I Get to Choose the Adoptive Parents?

Yes! As the birth mother, you decide what you’re looking for in a family for your child. You can narrow it down to race, values, religion, and even personality traits! 

How Long Does the Birth Mother Have to Change Her Mind?

In California, birth mothers have 30 days to change their minds about the adoption after the child is born[1].

Start Your Adoption Journey in Fresno, CA

Giving your unborn child a future filled with love and happiness is a brave and selfless act. Our compassionate team is here to answer your questions and give you the support you deserve, so you can make an empowered choice for your unplanned pregnancy!

 

If you would like to learn more about adoption in California, call or text us at (559) 237-0683 to schedule your free appointment!

Sources

  1. Adoption in California. Considering Adoption. (2021, April 21). Retrieved from https://consideringadoption.com/adoptions-by-state/how-to-adopt-in-california/  

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