Take Your First Steps“A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step.”
Step 1: Deciding If Adoption Is Right For You
The most important first step is to decide if adoption is right for you. Talk to friends, family and close ones about your decision and find support from those you love.
Haven Adoptions, Inc. was created by three women who believe in the wonderful things that adoption can bring. Haven Adoptions believes that the adoption process can be navigated by providing quality, personalized services to everyone we work with.
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Step 2: Make Your Adoption Plan
Your are in complete control of your plan. Your advocate is your personal caseworker to make sure that you receive the support you need during the entire adoption process. We will ask you a series of questions that will help us devise the right adoption plan for you. Your advocate will work with you on your ideal adoptive family, the type of contact you would like to have with the adoptive parents and what you would like to see your future and the future of your baby look like.
Step 3: Find Your Family
All of the families who work with Haven Adoptions have been through a rigorous screening process in order to adopt, as well as training for parenting and adoption. Each family has their own personal caseworker who helps guide them through the process.
Once we figure out the adoptive parents who would be the best fit for you, we will present you with profiles of these families, so that you can pick the right family for you. Our families are happy to speak with you via phone or meet you in person.
Step 4: Your Adoptive Parent Relationship
Just a few short weeks before your due date, you and your advocate will create the plan for your hospital experience. This is the time when your advocate will be able to help explain the hospital’s policies and procedures and a chance for you to be able to express your concerns and feelings about the remainder of the process. This is also the time to talk about how you would like to have your adoptive parents involved in the hospital process.