Birth Parents Affordable Adoption

Our mission is to provide an affordable adoption alternative to families wishing to adopt by partnering with Crisis Pregnancy Centers and other like-minded non-profit organizations. Through those partnerships birth mothers can choose from our waiting families while also receiving the support they need through the pregnancy and adoption process.

A note to birth parents:

First, we want to express our immense pride in your decision - to choose life and make this incredibly selfless and courageous choice. Your strength and determination do not go unnoticed. From the moment we meet, you will feel nothing but love and unwavering support.

Unlike other organizations, we reject the use of fear or pressure to influence birth parents. At Affordable Adoption Georgia, we’re committed to walking alongside you in an intimate partnership, ensuring that you have the space and freedom to make the best decision for your child.

Our vetting process is rigorous, allowing you to choose from an incredible group of families. These families aren’t just called to adoption; they’re also devoted to loving you throughout the process. Welcome to our family! We want you to know that you are truly honored and supported, and this will be a judgment-free zone for you.


Frequently Asked Questions.

Will I feel pressured to pick from your families?

If you don’t find the right fit for your child among our family profiles, that’s perfectly okay! Your child’s future is of utmost importance, and we want you to make a choice you feel 100% comfortable with - a family that will be there for them throughout their life.

Will this be an open, closed, or semi-open adoption?

During our first meeting, we’ll discuss the various adoption options available, catering to your specific preferences. Rest assured, many of our families are also open to different types of adoptions.

Do I get my own attorney representation?

Yes. Once you’ve chosen a family, we’ll arrange your own attorney representation, providing you with a secure and confidential space to ask any questions and feel at ease.

Will I get to meet the family that is adopting my child?

Absolutely! You are encouraged to meet the family you choose for your child, whether in person or via Zoom/FaceTime, as we believe it’s essential for you to feel confident in your adoption decision.

Do I have to be afraid that you will call DFCS on me if I do not place?

Our office is a judgment-free zone. We will never use scare tactics or pressure you into choosing from our families. Unlike agencies, our primary focus isn’t just matching children with birth parents. Our heart and passion lie in offering affordable adoption options for waiting families and fostering intimate relationships with birth parents to find the best fit. Your well-being and comfort in making this important decision are our top priorities.

What happens when my baby is born?

We will have several meetings with you prior to the birth of your baby. By the time your baby is born, our goal is to have a long term, trusting, relationship with you. 24 hours after birth (or whenever the hospital allows us to come in) we will come see you at the hospital to finalize all paperwork. You are also able to decide how much you want to see your baby after he/she is born.

Can the adoptive family be at the hospital with me?

This is 100% up to you. If you feel you gain a strong relationship with the adoptive family, you are welcome to allow them in the hospital room with you during the birth or immediately after birth. However, if you are not comfortable and do not want to interact with the adoptive family after birth that is okay as well. We will discuss all of these preferences once you have chosen a family and met them.

Do I have to come to your office or can you come to me?

We are happy to come to you or the pregnancy center you have been attending if that is more convenient than coming to our office. However, if transportation is not an issue we would be happy to host you at our office.

Will I receive support?

Yes. If you need support throughout the adoption process our families are happy to help you. However, we do provide transparency that we only pay reasonable and necessary expenses. Under Georgia law we are allowed to pay what is reasonable and necessary. We want to make sure you are well taken care of and supported throughout your pregnancy, physically and emotionally. Our heart, and the heart of our families, is an amazing relationship with birth parents so that they know their child is going into an incredible, loving and supportive home. Our heart is the relationship! It is the future of your child and their relationship with you and their adoptive family.

How many adoptive family choices do I receive?

This depends on many factors: gender, race, and type of adoption. We have a diverse selection of families seeking to adopt children of all ethnicities and backgrounds. Many of our families are open to both genders, any race, and any type of adoption (open, closed, semi-open). Therefore, you should have a full selection of profiles to choose from (5-8 families), but also not an overwhelming number. We believe in quality over quantity and we want to make sure you are picking from some of the best families seeking to adopt.

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