Are You Pregnant
and Considering Adoption?

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An Unintended Pregnancy is hard. We Can help you sort out all the pieces.

Regardless of where you are in your pregnancy we can provide support for:

Notifying the birth father and your rights, which are different by state

Notifying the birth father and your rights, which are different by state

Seeking housing options, some of which are free

Obtaining insurance

Finding the right doctor, who understands adoption

Are You Pregnant
And Considering Adoption?

When a woman is considering adoption, it is oftentimes misunderstood. You aren’t giving your child away. You aren’t abandoning them. You are making a plan during an unexpected pregnancy. Choosing life and a family that can care for your child in a way that you are not able to do at this moment is one of the bravest, the most loving choices that a mom can make.

Dealing With An Unexpected Pregnancy

Unexpected pregnancy can be an overwhelming experience. While it can be a happy surprise for some, it can also be a source of stress and worry for others. It's important to talk to family and friends for support, as well as to determine whether considering adoption is the best course of action. With the right support, unexpected pregnancy can be a positive experience.  Feeling alone and confused? We will walk with you to make decisions that are right for you and your baby.

How Do I Know I am Making the Right Decision

When you push back all the other voices of partner pressure, family, and friends it often becomes clear whether parenting or considering adoption is the best choice for you. This is your decision.


Our Birth Mother Services

Birth Mother Service - Medical Support

Medical Support

Tapestry will work with you to obtain pregnancy coverage. You will not owe any medical...

Tapestry will work with you to obtain pregnancy coverage. You will not owe any medical bills for your pregnancy or birth. We can even help you with transportation to and from appointments.

Birth Mother Support - Financial support

Financial Support​

Financial support is available for you to help with rent, groceries, lost wages and utility...

Financial support is available for you to help with rent, groceries, lost wages and utility expenses. We want to see you succeed and realize you may need help in this transitional time. There are state caps on the amount of finances available. We also have programs with area churches which are available which can help with maternity clothes and food.

Birth Mother Support - Housing Help

Housing Help​

We will work with you to determine the best housing options. We can provide rent...

We will work with you to determine the best housing options. We can provide rent support or if more help is needed, we partner with area maternity homes which offer room and board as well as a host of educational and transitional services.

Ethical Adoption

Ethical Adoption

There are hundreds of agencies and lawyers to choose from. Why choose Tapestry?

There are hundreds of agencies and lawyers to choose from. Why choose Tapestry?

Are You Pregnant
In And
Looking For Info About Adoption ?

Benefits of Adoption

Adoption is a choice of hope. You can choose a family that is ready to parent. You may choose to have ongoing contact with your baby. You are able to move on with your life and focus on your needs. Considering adoption is a wonderful way to give a loving home to a child in need. Adopting can be a fulfilling and rewarding experience for both the adoptee and the adopting family.

Making an Adoption Plan

You choose the family for your baby. You choose the level of contact and communication for the pregnancy and after birth. We will coordinate all hospital details with you, so that you are comfortable. Making a plan can help an unexpectant pregnancy go much smoother by providing a foundation to ensure that the mother and baby are both taken care of and that all of their needs are met.  A plan for adoption may include attending adoption webinars or talking to families who have gone through the adoption process before to gain a better understanding of what adoption entails. 


Adoption Process

The process can seem overwhelming, but we will walk with you every step, making sure you are making the decisions you are comfortable with.


Contact Us

Text or call. We promise to get right back with you.


Meet with a Counselor

We want to know you, your situation and your choices before we move forward.


Create Your Adoption Plan

You decide the type of adoption, level of contact and other details.

Adoption Process

Select A Family

Children, no children? Racial preference? This is your choice.


Your Due Date

You will have a hospital plan created by you to determine the level of contact and who is with you.


Post Placement Support

We know the weeks following an adoption can be hard. We are there with continued support and counseling.

I'm Already Parenting

If you find yourself overwhelmed emotionally and financially and realize you need to make an adoption plan for your child after you’ve gone home from the hospital, you can. Perhaps your partner is no longer involved or the family support you were promised is just not there, considering adoption is still a choice. Adoption is still an adoption even when the child is older. We have a program for any child 0-12. If you are not able to parent, we can help you choose a family for your baby or child. The process is much like an infant adoption. You are still able to make a plan which includes visitation or contact.

Older Child Adoption

If you find yourself raising a child with few resources or no support, it is not an easy path. Unfortunately, that is where some parents find themselves. There is no shame in admitting that you need help, life can be hard. If you look at your life and realize it is not the life you want for your child and you want more for them, adoption may be a path to consider. These thoughts aren’t selfish, they are self-less. You are choosing unconditional love when considering adoption. If you need a short term and immediate solution, an organization such as Safe Families, can be a great resource. However, if you know that you cannot appropriately provide and care for your children at this time, making an adoption plan can empower you to make decisions for your family instead of leaving these decisions to DCS or other public authorities.

Making a decision to place a child for adoption during an unexpectant pregnancy is never easy. If you are considering placing an infant, toddler, sibling group or older child, there are things you should first consider. How will your decision affect your children? Will I know if they are ok and happy? If you need resources, we can help you find those, but if deep down you know that choosing a new path for your children is the best option, we can help you find a family. You can continue to be a part of your child’s life through pictures and letters and in some situations, even visits. This is a delicate process that requires finding the right family and transitioning at the right pace. By considering adoption, you allow a child to find a forever family without the torment of being shuffled from house to house and 2 years of court battles in foster care. You have the right to choose a home for your child and Tapestry’s ReWoven program may be a great fit for you.

Frequently Asked Questions

Asked Questions

No, we work with expectant moms from all over the United States.

The statistics on teen moms are very said. 25% of women who give birth as a teen will have another baby while they are still a teen. But even worse is that 60% of women who live in poverty were teens when they had their first baby. When we look at poverty in general, 85% of children in poverty were born to teen moms. Adoption is a plan to provide for your baby and break that cycle.

There is definitely grief that can surface after placing a child for adoption. That isn’t always the same as regret. Spending time with your counselor and mentor can help you to identify those feelings. There can also be regret if you choose to parent and realize you don’t have the support that everyone promised. We continue to offer counseling after your placement to help navigate these strong emotions.


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