Birth Mothers Service

Birth Mothers Service
June 17, 2016 admin

TBHC offers special services for Birth mothers and families as they are thinking or working out their adoption plan.

Birth Parent Adoption Rights

  • Participate in all phases of adoption planning
  • Choose the family you want to parent your child and have an open, honest relationship with that family
  • Meet adoptive family in order to make the best decision for you and your baby
  • Know about the home and environment in which your child will be raised
  • Receive ongoing counseling and support throughout the adoption process and following the birth of your baby
  • See, hold, and spend time with your baby at birth
  • Develop a plan for ongoing information and contact with the adopting family through letters, pictures exchanges, phone calls, and visits

We Offer Birth Families

  • Counseling and education on adoption
  • Transportation to medical appointments
  • A supportive Christian environment
  • Birth families choose from potential adoptive parents
  • Financial and housing services for birth mothers who are eligible
  • Legal representation and support
  • Continued assistance port partum
  • Most importantly we offer Hope

Abba’s Heart Home

Abba’s Heart Home is a ministry of TBHC that will seek to provide housing, counseling, schooling, transportation, adoption plans, financial assistance, job counseling, and life skills for mothers who are expecting and working an adoption plan.

 

 

 

If you are pregnant and confused, call 888-228-6350!

Am I ready to be a parent?

Taking responsibility for a child can be overwhelming. Take some time to consider these questions. They may help you determine whether you are ready to parent.

About my partner…

    • Does my partner want to have a child?
    • Does my partner want to be a parent to our child?
    • Is our relationship a happy and strong one?
    • Is my partner ready to give time, energy and money to raise our child?
    • Do I know my partner’s feelings about discipline, religion, family, child-raising, work and his/her future goals?
    • Will a child fit into our hopes and plans?
    • If my partner is unable/unwilling to parent, am I capable of raising a child by myself?

These are just a few of the questions you should be asking yourself and your partner. Discuss these things with your partner, relatives, friends and counselor. Those who care about you will offer their thoughts, but still give you the freedom to make your own decision.

You want to make the right choice for you and your baby. Texas Baptist Home can help.