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You’re pregnant. Now what?
It starts with a simple conversation about you and your needs.
What would you like to see happen?
Our trained professional staff will help answer all your questions to help find the best solution for you and your needs. Then, with some of your most pressing questions and concerns out of the way, we’ll help you secure the resources you need to move forward with your plan.
Do you want to parent your baby?
- What do you need to do to parent your baby?
- Do you need some parenting skills to best care for your baby?
- Do you need help with your utilities?
- Do you need diapers?
- Are you in an abusive relationship?
Our pregnancy counselors will provide you with information about a variety of resources, including medical care, mental health services, family planning services and support groups. If needed, we can provide assistance and referrals for living arrangements, medical needs, continuing education, and employment/job training to help you provide the best possible living situation for your baby.
Do you want to place your baby for adoption?
- How will you talk about your decision with your friends and family?
- How will you talk about it with your partner?
- Will Child Saving Institute help you find a loving family for your baby?
- Will you be able to stay in contact with your baby as they grow up?
If you and your partner decide to place your baby for adoption, we will continue to work with you following placement, free of charge. We understand it’s a life-changing decision for you and your baby. We are available to talk with you about your pregnancy and delivery experience, your feelings about your adoption decision, provide support as you respond to questions from your family and friends, and sort through your feelings about the adoptive family you’ve selected.
Child Saving Institute’s goal is to provide quality services to all individuals involved in the adoption experience, focusing on the importance of counseling, education and preparation for you and the adoptive family. We not only conduct a thorough assessment of the adoptive family’s ability to provide a permanent, safe, and nurturing environment to raise your child in advance of the placement, we continue to make at least three post-placements visits to the home to assess the child’s development and the family’s adjustment to parenting.
Contact a pregnancy counselor at 402-553-6000.