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A healthy birthmother wants to place her baby for adoption!

Carefully consider the following adoption matching opportunity and if you have an adoption profile for us to present, call us if you are interested in being presented for this match!

“G” is a 24 year old beautiful African American woman who already has five healthy biological children between the ages of 7 months to 7 years with one that she has previously adopted.  When interviewed, she presents as being highly intelligent, mature, responsible, mannerly, sociable, spiritual, moral, humorous and decisive woman.  “G” is 5’2”, slim, has sparkling brown eyes, classy appearance and brown hair and speaks English. “G” states that she does not use any drugs ever, does not drink and does not smoke. “G” says that she is completely healthy with no medical conditions, no STDS and she does not take any medication other than her prenatal vitamins. “G” says that she has a good diet, is now receiving counseling for this adoption and prenatal care.

“G” is due on February 5, 2017 by natural child birth at a hospital in Vero Beach, Florida.  The gender of the child is unknown but the child is expected to be healthy as all of her other children are healthy. “G” has firmly decided to place her baby for adoption as she can simply not take care of, or provide for more children as she already has 4 biological children to care for.  “G” is currently in the process of relocating her home (which is absolutely necessary, without blame on her part and beyond her control solely due to the Landlord) which places some urgency on this match so that she and her children need to continue to have a safe place to live.

The African America father of this baby is “K” and he is the father of “G”’s other children also and lives with them. “K” completely supports this adoption and is willing to legally and irrevocable immediately sign his consents to this adoption.  In this type of case, the birthfather presents an extremely low risk to the adoption.  “K” is 26 years old, is completely healthy, 5’6”, extremely muscular, heavy set, very fit and handsome man, and he does not use any drugs or drink to excess ever.  Neither “G” nor “K” have been ever married to anyone.

“G” already has 4 children at home from 7 years old and younger, with the youngest only being a 7 month old baby boy plus she also occasionally cares for “K”’s three children from another relationship, so she is beyond stressed and simply cannot provide for another child.  “G” previously completed an adoption when she was younger and understands the process completely and says that she will follow through on this adoption as she did before.  “K” and “G” said that this child was an improbable mistake as “G” was on Depo injection birth control and that they strongly do not want to have any more children.

“G” really wants a heterosexual, married couple of any race to raise her baby but would like it if her selected adoptive family would not have any children or a maximum of two or three children, so that her child would have a special bond with the adoptive parents. “G” and “K” want a very loving, accepting, understanding couple and they will definitely want to talk to you on the phone once before officially matching with you.

“G” desires some limited contact through the pregnancy including telephone calls and most likely one face to face visit before the birth.  “G” accepts a generally closed adoption after the birth with the adoptive family assuming all care for the baby immediately after the birth, then she is open to receiving pictures of the child and updates about the child development preferably through the agency with no visits or direct contact.  

The adoption fee for this situation is as follows: “G” will need $2500 initially to help set her up in a safe home at match because she needs to immediately rent another apartment or home for her family of 6 or they will be on the street through NO fault of hers.   Then the continuing living expenses are approximately $700 a month for the following 5 months until birth and these estimated Florida State authorized living expenses will need to be paid before the first of every month.  Florida also allows 6 weeks of living expenses or $2000 after the birthmother signs and placement which is usually two days after birth. To accept this match after you are selected by the birthmother “G”, then within 48 hours you would need to send the Initial Adoption Agency Fee of $16,000 along with a signed adoption agreement and application and the initial birthmother expenses of $3,000 to get her family set up in another residence, that altogether totals $18,500.  The final Adoption fee of $8,000 is split up into two payments...$5400 to contract with our attorney within a month of matching so that the attorney can have the birthfather sign his consent.   Then the $2600 balance and 6 weeks of post-partum living expenses of $2,000 will be due just before the birth.  The adoption fees and these estimated birthmother expenses therefore will total around $32,500.  Only the paid birthmother expenses are at risk because if the adoption fails for any reason, then all the adoption fees you will have paid are reapplied to another match with our agency so that you do not pay additional costs.  You will also need to get an approved home study and complete post placement reports at additional cost but we could help you with them if you live in Florida.

Given this information, financial obligation and criterion for this birthmother “G”, are you in a position to be seriously considered for this adoption opportunity? If so, then please email Hope for Families’ Founder/Director Lynn Brown at Lynn@Hopeforfamilies.org or call on her cell 772-538-4112. We look forward to assisting you adopt “G”’s precious baby and we need to find a match for her immediately!  Thank you for your compassion and consideration...

Hope for Families Adoption Services Inc. is a not for profit Florida state licensed adoption/child placing agency and during the last 13 plus years we have assisted over 1600 families adopt over 2500 children while maintaining an A Plus BBB record. 

 


                        WHAT WE DO

New Born Baby Adoption Program (Newborns to two years old) 

The Services below are for FLORIDA residents only.

Intervention Adoption Service (Children two years old and up)*

Relinquishment Adoption Service (Children two years old and up)*

Foster Children Adoption Services (Children six years old and up)*

Adoption Home Studies Service (Appointments within two weeks)

Post Placement Service (Appointments within two weeks)

Foster Care Adoption (coming soon!)*

*In most cases, all the adoption fees for this program are reimbursed to you by the Adoption Tax Credit making this a N0-NET COST adoption option! 


Matthew 19:14(NIV) Jesus says...

"Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these."  

Hope For Families is a compassionate, family operated agency providing complete adoption services as well as adoption home-studies.  We will walk you through each step of the adoption process.


Hope for Families: Adoption and Counseling Services, Inc., is a Florida registered not-for-profit corporation licensed in Florida as a Child Placing/Adoption Agency (#100016597), although we assist families adopt all over the United StatesHope for Families has a great deal of experience in adoption as over the last 13 plus years we have successfully assisted 1600 families adopt over 2500 children and we are an “A Plus” member of the Better Business Bureau.


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