Corpus Christi is a coastal city in Southern Texas located about 130 miles southeast of San Antonio. It’s the 8th largest city in the state of Texas with a population of 324,074 as of 2015. There are many attractions that make Corpus Christi unique such as the Texas State Aquarium, USS Lexington, and the Corpus Christi Botanical Gardens and Nature Center.
The city is comprised of several demographic groups, ethnicities, and subcultures, which contribute to what makes Corpus Christi unique. As of 2010, Corpus Christi was 81% white, 14% African American, 1.8% Asian, 10.5% other race, and 2.5% two or more races. The average family size in Corpus Christi is 3.4 with the majority of child births occurring in women between 20 - 29 years of age. Only 7% of all child births are attributed to women between 15 -19 years of age.
If you live in Corpus Christi and have been searching for an adoption agency near you, Adoption Alliance is here to provide support. In the event that you aren’t quite ready to make the decision to place your child for adoption, below is a list of pregnancy centers and resources in Corpus Christi:
YES. You will have the opportunity to select the adoptive family based on your preferences for your child. Adoption Alliance will present you with profiles of families in waiting. If you are not comfortable selecting an adoptive family, we are happy to choose a family for you.
As a birth parent living in Corpus, there are no costs to you for placing your child for adoption. The adoptive parents will incur the cost to adopt your child.
For birth parents, the process takes anywhere from a few weeks to a few months. The decision to place your child for adoption shouldn't be taken lightly so we recommend taking as much time as you need before making a final decision. To get approved as an adoptive parent typically takes between three and six months provided there aren't any serious issues that surface.
Yes. Adoption Alliance offer support, guidance, and resources throughout the entire adoption process in Corpus Christi. With all birth parents, we recommend scheduling a meeting with our staff as the first step. You can get started by filling out the form above or clicking here to contact us.