Category Birth Parents

Before making an adoption plan, many birth mothers worry about how giving up their babies will feel.


However, those who have chosen adoption find they do not actually have to “give up” the child. Choosing adoption because you are not able to parent at this time does not mean giving up. Instead, it means you choose to make the best plan for both you and the child.


One birth mother shared:


“I chose adoption because I wanted my child to have the very best life he could have, and I knew I was not able to take care of him at the time. Watching him be part of a loving, supportive family has been such a blessing, and because we chose an open adoption, I have been able to be part of his life, too. I know he is right where he needs to be.”


At Colorado Christian Services, our supportive, experienced caseworkers will walk you through creating an adoption plan that is just right for you. You can call or text us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to get more information: 303-246-1674

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An unplanned pregnancy is just that – unplanned. Dealing with the details can feel overwhelming, but you don’t have to do it alone.


Colorado Christian Services has experienced, licensed caseworkers who are ready to offer you the support you need to make the best plan for you and your child. We’ve created a 5-step process and will guide you each step of the way.


  1. Meet with a caseworker. One of our highly trained caseworkers will meet with you to talk about your options. We can meet with you in person, on the phone, through text, or whatever is most comfortable for you. We’ll also come to you if needed. Our goal is to help you feel as comfortable as possible, and we’ve even set up protocols to follow social distancing guidelines. We can help even during the COVID-19 pandemic. You can call or text us 24/7.
  2. Create an adoption plan. Your caseworker will guide you through every step of the adoption process, and our agency will handle all the legal aspects at no cost to you. We use our 55 + years of experience for your benefit. You can take care of yourself and your child, knowing you have experts working on your behalf.
  3. Choose a family. CCS has many carefully screened, loving couples ready to add to their families through adoption. You get to consider each one and choose the best match for you and your child.
  4. Plan for delivery. Your personal caseworker will work with you to make detailed decisions about the delivery and time in the hospital. As your advocate, your caseworker will support you and make sure your needs are met and your voice is heard during delivery.
  5. Support after delivery. Once you’ve delivered your child, you will still need support. Your Colorado Christian Services caseworker will continue to counsel and support you as long as needed.

This part of your journey may be unexpected, but it doesn’t have to be devastating. Call or text CCS today to get the help you need: 303.246.1674.

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Are you experiencing an unplanned pregnancy and worried about being judged? Have you considered adoption but wonder if the adoptive parents will think badly of you because you aren’t able to parent your child? Here is the truth: birth mothers are heroes!


Your decision to choose life for your child says so much about your character and strength. Instead of taking the easy way out and terminating your pregnancy, you chose to nurture the innocent life of a precious child.


Your decision may have cost you, but you did it anyway. Your loving, brave choice makes you a hero – to your child and to the adoptive family you choose to parent the child. This part of your journey may have been unexpected, but through your selflessness and God’s grace, it can lead to a beautiful future for you, for your child, and for the adoptive family. You, dear one, are our hero!

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