If you live in Fort Worth 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 Fort Worth:
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 Ft. Worth to consider for your medical care include:
John Peter Smith Hospital
1500 S. Main St. Fort Worth, TX 76104
Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital-Alliance
10864 Texas Health Trail, Fort Worth, TX 76244
Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital-Fort Worth
1301 Pennsylvania Ave, Fort Worth TX 76104
If you are trying to find out if there an adoption agency near me in Fort Worth, then the answer is yes. Adoption Alliance is here to support both birth parents and parents looking to adopt. We can also answer your some of the most frequently asked questions on Fort Worth adoption below:
The adoption laws in Fort Worth are governed by the adoption laws of the state of Texas. The Adoption Alliance can work with you regardless of the relationship you have with your baby’s father. We encourage expectant fathers to take part in the adoption process, however if the father does not wish to be involved, there are steps that the Adoption Alliance can take to ensure a legal adoption. In addition to this, 48 hours must pass from the time of birth before the birth mother can consent an adoption.
If you are considering placing your child for adoption in Fort Worth, then you should work closely with an adoption agency like Adoption Alliance to ensure that you are well informed about the process and have access to proper counselling.
In a closed adoption, parents have no information about who has adopted their baby. Although some parents choose a closed adoption, the majority of adoptions in Fort Worth are semi-open adoptions where the birth parents 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 the birth mother, you ultimately choose who raises your baby. The Adoption Alliance has an extensive screening process for prospective adoptive parents to ensure that you have the best families to choose from. Every family has an adoption profile for you to review. If you want to know more about the adoptive family, we will arrange for you to meet and talk to the adoptive parents prior to placement. You can receive photos and updates regarding your child following placement if you so choose. It is our goal to ensure you know and understand all of your options. Please discuss this with an agency caseworker.
A birth father, who is not married to the birth mother, can give consent at any time before or after the birth.
Yes. Adoption Alliance is available to help and offer support to birth parents in the Fort Worth area. We recommend scheduling a confidential, hassle-free appointment with our knowledgeable team by clicking here.
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