Inheritance Adoption Services
Inheritance Adoptions is a Christian-based child-placing agency and a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Inheritance has been operating as a ministry to pregnant women in crisis since 1993. They understand the stress and confusion that an unplanned pregnancy can cause and are here to help you sort through your options. They have seen the blessings that can come from these situations and can offer hope and healing.
Inheritance Adoptions services to birth parents are free and include counseling, information on having a healthy pregnancy, and transportation to doctor’s appointments. They can also provide (when needed): shelter, food and clothing, and a free diaper closet.
Their mission is to serve Christ by offering a positive alternative in response to an unplanned pregnancy and to assist birth parents in making the most loving decision for their child.
Services to birth parents:
Provide free and confidential counseling and emotional support pre- and post- delivery.
Share the gospel and the love of Christ with our clients
Assist with emergency needs such as electricity, housing and water; we also help clients obtain W.I.C., Food stamps and Medicaid
Assist birth parents in working toward financial independence through help preparing budgets, applying for school or obtaining a GED, and searching for jobs
Promote proper prenatal care by providing transportation to medical appointments, education on healthy eating and exercise, and education on the effects of drugs, smoking and alcohol on the baby
For clients who choose adoption, we prepare adoption plans and set up meetings with prospective adoptive couples
Serve as liaison between birth parents and adoptive couples by mailing letters and pictures and assist in setting up visit between the couple, baby, and birth parents
Maintain a donation closet with maternity clothing and children’s clothing (for prior children or for those who choose to parent)
Services to adoptive couples:
Conduct home studies for domestic and international adoptions
Show profiles to birth mothers and arrange match meetings
Assist with legal issues
Gather family medical history of biological parents
Search for biological fathers
Provide training on adoption and parenting issues