Providing Adoption Services in Tulsa, OK
Are you pregnant in Tulsa? Do you need help with an adoption plan? Adoption Choices of Oklahoma is a private, licensed adoption agency and we have the services, support, and compassion that you need through the adoption journey in Tulsa.
We are a non-religious affiliated adoption center that is open and ready to help. If you are facing an unplanned pregnancy and considering your adoption options, we respect any faith, all beliefs, and all religions. Our adoption process is always free for birth mothers and in fact, we offer many services at no cost.
Adoption services for birth mothers in Tulsa include financial assistance, and can help with living expenses, find appropriate medical assistance through pregnancy, a safe place to stay if you are homeless or in need of a safe living environment, and counseling with licensed professionals. We are the best adoption agency to help you create an adoption plan to place your baby for adoption in Tulsa.
Healthy Pregnancy Choosing Adoption in Tulsa
If you are placing your baby for adoption in Tulsa it is important to maintain a healthy pregnancy. Eating a nutritious diet during pregnancy is linked to good brain development and a healthy birth weight, and can reduce the risk of many birth defects. A balanced diet will also reduce the risks of anemia, as well as other unpleasant pregnancy symptoms such as fatigue and morning sickness.
Adoption Choices of Oklahoma will make sure you have the resources for a healthy pregnancy – food and groceries, access to pre-natal vitamins, and advice and support!
What are Private Adoptions in Tulsa?
A private adoption simply means that you are working with an adoption agency and that you are voluntarily choosing to create an adoption plan for your baby. With a private adoption, as the birth mother, you are primarily in charge of your adoption planning. For example, you can choose the adoptive family for your baby, choose the type of adoption, determine an appropriate birth/hospital plan for yourself, and receive financial, medical, and emotional support.