Services To Birth Parents
All of the services we provide to birth parents are FREE, CONFIDENTIAL and do not create any OBLIGATION whatsoever. We strive to create a safe place for you to talk about your feelings related to your pregnancy, parenting, and the idea of adoption.
Our social workers will work with you to ensure that you and your baby have what is needed, before, during, and even after the birth. Your counseling, legal assistance, and paperwork will be handled through Open Arms Adoptions. You may also receive up to $3,000 in living expenses as allowed by Ohio state law, to assist you during this time. This can include rent, utilities, food, and transportation.
Each and every person we work with comes to us with their own history, their own beliefs and ideas. No two people are the same and no two adoptions are ever the same. We pride ourselves on the ability to help birth parents create the adoption plan that makes the most sense to them…we know that “one size fits all” is never true when you’re making a permanent plan for your baby.
Ready to talk? Text us now at 330-697-4751. Free and confidential; available 24/7.
Ask a Question or Connect
Our Birth Parent Counselors and Staff Will Provide:
- Respect for you and your situation
- Completely confidential communication
- Honest answers….always
- Assistance with getting appropriate medical care
- Assistance with living expenses
- Ongoing support
- Choices of families for your child based on your preferences
We know that every birth parent we work with will have many questions and many things that they are unsure about. While every person’s questions are different, below are some of the questions we hear most often.See FAQs
Our Waiting Families
At Open Arms Adoptions our goal is to match our expectant mothers with waiting families ready to create or complete their families with a baby. We understand how difficult the decision to place a child is for an expectant mother. Be assured, our waiting families are ready to love your child and build a happy, fulfilled family with your baby if given the opportunity.Meet Families