Adoption is a difficult journey, one of sacrifice and humility, but a road of hope and love. If you are considering adoption, you don’t have to do it alone. There are many adoption options available and experts ready to help. This article will explore closed adoption.
So whether you are struggling financially, relationally, or are caught up in difficult life circumstances, adoption could be a great pregnancy option. Choose from multiple types of adoption plans. Each one caters to the specific relationship you want with your child and the adoptive family. It’s entirely up to you to decide!
Choosing an Adoption Plan
There are three different types of adoptions: open, semi-open, or closed adoption. Open adoption is the type to have interaction with your child and the adoptive family and the opportunity to choose a family. A semi-open adoption offers limited interaction between you as the birth parent and the adoptive parents. A third party is involved, such as an adoption agency.
What is a Closed Adoption?
A closed adoption is quite different from an open or semi-open adoption plan. If you want no contact with your child and the adoptive family, this is a good fit for you. A closed adoption means there is no identifying information provided either to the birth families or adoptive families. Maybe you are not in a healthy state to raise a child, and you want them to have a great opportunity in life, that is ok. Adoption takes courage and is a loving choice.
No matter the reason you’re thinking of adoption, we are here to support you and give you more information about your adoption options. Our team at Boston Center for Pregnancy Choices is here to answer your questions and address any concerns you might have about the adoption process. You are not alone!
Schedule a free and confidential appointment with our caring and compassionate team today to learn more. We would love to help.