Licensed Adoption Agency
in Houston, TX

Adoption Resources Near Me In Houston

If you are looking for an adoption agency near me in Houston, Adoption Alliance is here to help!

If you are not sure whether you are fully decided on adoption, then the below resources in the Houston area may prove useful:

  • Downtown Pregnancy Help Center = (713) 942-2100
  • Pregnancy Help Center – W. Houston = (281) 578-0078
  • Fifth Ward Pregnancy Help Center = (713) 675-2800
  • Beltway 8 South Crisis Pregnancy Center = (281) 484-0005

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.

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Hospitals in Houston to consider for your medical care include:

CHI St. Luke’s Health-The Vintage Hospital
20171 Chasewood Park Dr, Houston, TX 77070
(832) 534-5000

Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center
6411 Fannin St, Houston, TX 77030
(713) 704-4000

Memorial Hermann Northeast Hospital
18951 N. Memorial Dr. Humble, TX 77338
(281) 540-7700
Memorial Hermann Greater Heights Hospital
1635 N Loop W, Houston, TX 77008
(713) 867-2000
West Houston Medical Center
12141 Richmond Ave, Houston, TX 77082
(281) 558-3444
Houston Northwest Medical Center
710 FM 1960 RD W, Houston, TX 77090
(281) 440-1000
Houston Methodist San Jacinto Hospital
4401 Garth Rd, Baytown, TX 77521
(281) 420-8600
Tomball Regional Medical Center
605 Holderrieth Blvd, Tomball, TX 77375
(281) 401-7500
Cypress Fairbanks Medical Center
10655 Steepletop Dr, Houston, TX 77065
(281) 890-4285
Kingwood Medical Center
22999 US-59 N, Kingwood, TX 77339
(281) 348-8000
Houston Methodist Hospital- Willowbrook
18220 State Highway 249, Houston, TX 77070
(281) 737-1000
Texas Children’s Pavilion for Women
6651 Main St, Houston, TX 77030
(832) 826-3000
Lyndon B. Johnson Hospital- Harris Health
5656 Kelley St, Houston, TX 77026
(713) 566-5100
Memorial Hermann Sugar Land Hospital
17500 West Grand Parkway South, Sugar Land, TX 77479
(281) 725-5000


There is a waiting period of 48 hours after the birth of a child before a mother is allowed to give consent for adoption.

Finding adoptive parents for your child with the help of Adoption Alliance can be an easier process than trying to find parents by yourself, and all prospective parents are screened carefully so that you can find the best home for your child.

At the Adoption Alliance, there is no cost for a birth parent to place their child for adoption. We even help with your living expenses, transport, medical bills and legal bills. We are here to support you.

Yes. Adoption Alliance are ready and waiting to support parents in Houston with adoption, and it could not be easier to get in touch. Simply click to contact us and we will be happy to speak to you about adoption in Houston and how we can help.

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

when seeking a houston adoption agency, Adoption Alliance is the best choice.


Houston is the most populous city in Texas and the largest in the southern United States. It has a population of 2.3 million people covering an area of 599.6 square miles.

Tourists to Houston enjoy visiting the Bayou Place and Music centre, the Space Center, Galleria, Old Market Square and Sam Houston race park. Houston is a very green city, boasting 337 parks.

If you live in Houston and are considering placing your child for adoption, wondering ‘is there a Houston Adoption Agency near me?’, you can count on Adoption Alliance to help.

Houston has a diverse international community and is home to many ethnic and religious groups. Some claim that it is the most racially and ethnically diverse major city in the United States, with 9th languages spoken there. It also has a particularly young population. According to the U.S. Census 2000, the racial makeup of the city was 49.3% White (including Hispanic or Latino), 25.3% Black or African American, 0.4% Native American, 5.3% Asian, 0.2% Pacific Islander, 16.5% from other races, and 3.2% from two or more races. 37% of the population was Hispanic or Latino of any race.