Are You Pregnant and Considering Adoption for Your Child?

Are you unsure whether you can raise your unborn child? Do you want to know what options are available to you?

FCCA does more than provide adoption services. Our compassionate counselors are committed to helping you make the best possible decisions for yourself and your baby — whether that means giving your baby up for adoption or not.

If you are pregnant and thinking about adoption, here’s what you can expect with FCCA:

As you consider choosing adoption for your baby, you may want to review profiles and photos of our pre-approved adoptive families. We can also help you make an adoption plan with a family member, or with an adoptive family you have already located through another source, such as an attorney, facilitator, or pregnancy center.

If you would like more information about how to place a baby for adoption with FCCA, or if you need help exploring your unplanned pregnancy options, you may contact us confidentially by completing this form with your contact information. A social worker will contact you within one business day to respond to your questions.

Meanwhile, feel free to browse through the information below to learn more about putting a baby up for adoption in California.

* Exception to confidentiality rule: FCCA social workers are mandated reporters of child abuse and must contact CPS if they become aware of suspected child abuse. 

Frequently Asked Questions for Women Considering Adoption