This situation is for expectant mom, K, who is making an adoption plan for her Caucasian/Hispanic/African American baby BOY, that is due around the beginning of October 2015. K is searching for a local, Utah adoptive family that is active in the LDS faith and that already has a child. Her situation is requiring a significant amount of assistance with her living and care. K would like continued contact with the adoptive family through social media and to receive letters and pictures every two to three months along with a blog.
K reports that she began prenatal care in February 2015 and has been taking prenatal vitamins. She also reports she does not smoke or use any other substance other than drinking some beer during the pregnancy. By her report, she states she is free from any major illness or injury other than a stroke which may have been due to blood clots. She states that she is being monitored closely during this pregnancy. She reports that she currently has Medicaid. Act of Love cannot guarantee that her Medicaid will be active at the time of birth.
Available medical records and further non-identifying information and social health history will be made accessible to approved Outreach families that are interested in being considered for this potential adoption situation. To become an approved Outreach adoptive family and to receive further information regarding K’s situation, please contact Act of Love immediately at email@example.com. To get started, adoptive families can request an adoption packet from the Act of Love website at www.aactofloveadoptions.com and/or contact Act of Love at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Adoptive families that are home study ready and are interested in this situation, should complete the (6 pg) Application for Services in the adoption packet and be prepared to provide an approved home study and supporting documents to the home study. Adoptive family will also need to have a PDF of their adoption profile ready to be presented to K. Upon request, a complete outline of Outreach approval process can be provided. Application and approval in the Outreach Program DOES NOT require any fees or obligation until matched. All fees will be due at the time of match.
The AOL staff is available to answer any questions you have regarding adoption or the Outreach Program. It would be our pleasure to address your adoption needs. All Act of Love situations are presented to full-service adoptive families prior to presenting to Outreach adoptive families.
Act of Love Adoptions offers individual services to families and birth parents interested in completing an adoption, as well as agency assist and full adoption services. A free Adoption Orientation is offered, on the first Tuesday of every month beginning at 7:00 p.m. The next Adoption Orientation will be held on August 4, 2015 beginning at 7:00 p.m., at the Sandy offices. Please call and RSVP, if possible. The orientation offers a casual setting designed to provide educational information to adoptive families considering adoption along with information to experience a successful adoption before, during and after placement. Birth parents and adoptive families will be available to answer questions and share their stories. Call 801-572-1696 to receive further information on the orientation or to schedule a free, private informational appointment. AOL looks forward to being able to support you with your adoption needs.