Choosing adoption for your unborn baby is a difficult decision to make, and you probably have many questions as you’re researching your unplanned pregnancy options. While there is plenty of useful information available on the internet, sometimes prospective birth mothers need to talk to an experienced counselor about their feelings and concerns — which is why A Child’s Hope strives to provide 24-hour adoption support in North Carolina, absolutely for free and with no obligation.
We understand that everyone is different, and the mode of communication that works for one prospective birth mother may not be comfortable for another. To provide you the 24/7 adoption support you want, we have several ways that you contact our agency at any time of the day:
Our Adoption Hotline: (919) 971-4396
Via text message: Pregnant to (919) 971-4396
Our offices: 919-839-8800
Through our online form
Para Español: Envia un texto (919) 218-6270 o envíenos un correo electrónico (email@example.com)
When you contact us via phone, you will be connected to our friendly hotline operator. She will answer your basic questions about adoption, learn more about you and connect you to a local adoption counselor through our agency. This will become your counselor throughout your adoption process, if you decide that adoption is right for you.
Our helpful adoption counselors can guide you through every step of your adoption process.
Even if you’re still unsure about adoption and looking for 24/7 adoption agency support, the counselors at A Child’s Hope can help. After a counselor contacts you by phone or text based on your preferences, she will meet you in person wherever you’re most comfortable to talk more in depth about your unplanned pregnancy options, if adoption is right for you and what your adoption process may look like. You can contact your counselor any time for 24-hour free adoption agency support in North Carolina, and she will do her best to answer your questions as thoroughly and as quickly as possible in whatever method of communication you prefer.
We’ve worked with many prospective birth mothers in North Carolina, so we understand how difficult it can be to decide that adoption is right for you. It’s certainly not a decision that you make overnight, and we strive to make ourselves as available to you as possible whenever you need us. Our website will provide you 24-hour pregnancy support and adoption information and, when you contact us during business hours, we will be available to answer your questions and address your concerns. If you want to contact us outside of business hours, that’s okay, too; we’ll work to connect you with a counselor as quickly as possible. You can contact us any time during your pregnancy or even after your baby is born for 24-hour adoption support.
So, what kind of 24/7 adoption information and support do our website and our counselors provide to you?
- One-on-one support throughout your adoption process from your individual counselor
- Information and counseling to decide whether adoption or parenting is right for you
- Assistance with creating the perfect adoption plan for you and your baby
- Thoroughly screened prospective adoptive families for you to choose from
- Financial assistance for your pregnancy-related and living expenses
- A plan for contact between you and the adoptive parents before, during and after the adoption process is complete
- Transportation to your doctor’s appointments and hospital stay
- Emotional support after the placement of your baby and for as long as you need it
- And more
When you work with A Child’s Hope to place your baby for adoption, your counselor will support you every step of the way — answering whatever questions and addressing whatever concerns you may have in whatever method of communication works best for you. Adoption can be an emotionally complicated process, so we strive to provide you 24-hour adoption support whenever you need it.
Whether you’re still considering adoption in North Carolina or ready to start the process, please don’t hesitate to contact us now.
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Adoption Counselor/Homestudy Supervisor - Triangle
As an adoptive parent I truly have a passion for adoption. There is no greater joy than helping to create a family! I love this job and I love working with adoptive parents as well as the birth parents. When it all comes together it is an awesome experience! Kelly is a graduate of NC State University where she earned a Bachelor of Social Work. She also received her Master of Social Work from the University of South Carolina. Kelly has been working with children, families, in the home and in communities for 18 years. Kelly has been working with birth mothers and adoptive parents for the last 5 years. Besides working, she has a great husband and three fabulous children, Landon, Parker and Ansley. Kelly and her husband adopted their daughter with the help of ACH and feels as though her personal experience helps her relate to other adoptive families.
Sloane completed her undergraduate degree in Human Services Counseling at Old Dominion University and holds a Master's Degree in Social Work from the University of Southern California. Sloane has been working with children, birth mothers and adopting families for more than 10 years. She loves advocating for children and helping women during pregnancy.
Lakisha completed her undergraduate degree in Sociology with a concentration in Social Welfare at Winston-Salem State University. She received her Master of Social Work from Syracuse University. Lakisha has worked with children, individuals and families for more than 12 years. Her experience includes working with at-risk youth, homeless children and families, child mental health, as well as school social work and case management. She is also a long-time basketball fan, a former player and coach. She played at Winston-Salem State University and coached women’s basketball at Elon University and Syracuse University. Lakisha and her husband reside in Alamance County, with their young son.
Jess completed her undergraduate degree in Communication at the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown and earned her Master of Arts degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Messiah College. Her professional experience includes case management, education, women’s behavioral health including a focus on pregnant mothers, and working with kinship and domestic adoptive families who have experienced trauma. Jess is a native of central Pennsylvania though loves living in Asheville with her significant other. When she is not working, she is likely caring for her puppy and dog, painting, practicing yoga, camping or planning her next road trip to see family and friends or have an adventure in some new place!
Sylvia is a graduate of Western Carolina University, where she earned a Bachelor of Social Work. She also received her Master of Social Work from the University of North Carolina. Sylvia has been working with children and families for more than 19 years. She enjoys gardening, reading, hiking, and spending time with her husband and three boys. She also loves animals, especially her dog Jazzy.
Nicole completed her undergraduate studies at Chowan University in Psychology with a concentration in Alcohol & Drug Studies and a minor in Criminal Justice. Nicole has provided services to adolescents, teens, college students, the Department of Corrections, the Department of Parole and Probation, the NC Division of Motor Vehicles, the Division of Transportation, and the Department of Defense. She is a Certified Alcohol & Drug Counselor and has been working in the mental health field for 15 years.
Suzanne was the primary pregnancy care manager stationed at Duke high-risk perinatal clinic for 20 years. She has a BS in Social Work at UNC Pembroke and is a licensed School Social Worker. She recently worked as a case manager in a substance abuse disorder residential program for women with young children. Suzanne is a “Durhamite” but has resided in Wake County since graduating. Her biggest accomplishment has been happily raising her 14 yo daughter and 3 poodle mixed pups.