If You Are Looking For An Adoption Agency Near Me In Dallas, Adoption Alliance Is Here To Help.

The city of Dallas is the 9th largest in the U.S. with a population of 1.3 million people. It’s the third largest city in Texas behind only Houston and San Antonio. The city’s growth was expedited over the years due to oil, cotton, and the development of railroad lines that allowed for the transportation of goods in and out of the city.

Adoption Resources Near Me In Dallas

If you’ve been looking for an adoption agency near you in Dallas, Adoption Alliance is here to offer you support and assistance. In the event you aren’t ready to place your child for adoption, the metro area of Dallas has great pregnancy resources available to you.

Below is a list of pregnancy centers and resources near you:

  • Downtown Pregnancy Center = (214) 969-2433
  • Pregnancy Resource Center = (972) 642-3877
  • Thrive Women’s Clinic = (214) 905-9068
  • White Rose Women’s Center = (214) 821-6292
  • Birth Choice = (214) 631-2402

If you have already decided that adoption is the right choice for you and your baby, the Adoption Alliance will create a personalized adoption plan with you and will guide you through the entire adoption process. A key part of your adoption plan includes making a hospital plan tailored to your needs. You and your baby’s health are very important. If you do not have a doctor, we will help you locate a doctor and a hospital for the delivery.

Hospitals in Dallas to consider for your medical care include:

Parkland Memorial Hospital
5201 Harry Hines Blvd, Dallas, TX 75235
(214) 590-8000

Dallas Regional Medical Center
1011 N. Galloway Ave, Mesquite, TX 75149
(214) 320-7000

Methodist Mansfield Medical Center
2700 E Broad St, Mansfield, TX 76063
(682) 242-2000

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital-Dallas
8200 Walnut Hill Lane Dallas, TX 75231

Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital-HEB
1600 Hospital Parkway, Bedford, TX 76022
(817) 848-4000

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital-Rockwall
3150 Horizon Rd, Rockwall, TX 75302
(469) 698-1000

Hunt Regional Medical Center
4215 Joe Ramsey Blvd E, Greenville, TX 75401
(903) 408-5000

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital-Denton
3000 I-35 Frontage Rd, Denton, TX 76201
(940) 898-7000

Baylor Scott & White Medical Center-Mckinney
5252 W. University Dr, McKinney, TX 75071
(469) 764-1000

Methodist Dallas Medical Center
1441 N. Beckley Ave, Dallas, TX 75203
(214) 947-8181



Does placing my child for adoption in Dallas cost money?

As a birth parent living in Dallas, there are no costs to you for placing your child for adoption. The adoptive parents will incur the cost to adopt your child.

Does the adoption process take a long time for Dallas residents?

It is never to late to call the Adoption Alliance if you are considering adoption. 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 major issues that surface.

Do you offer support and guidance during the adoption process?

Yes. Adoption Alliance offer support, guidance, and resources throughout the entire adoption process in Dallas. 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.

Dallas Demographics And Family Life

Dallas is one of the more diverse cities in the state of Texas with a racial profile that breaks down as follows: 50.7% White, 25.0% Black or African American, 0.5% Native American, 2.9% Asian, 0.1% Pacific Islander, 17.2% from other races, and 2.7% from two or more races.

There is a median household income of $63,812 which is higher than both the Texas and U.S. median averages. Although the female poverty rate in the Dallas metro area is lower than in Texas, over 332,000 women and girls in the Dallas metro area still live in poverty. Female-headed households make up 30 percent of all households in Dallas, but they make up 53 percent of all poor households.

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