Expectant mom and dad, K & S are making an adoption plan for their Caucasian/African American baby girl expected to be born around September 29, 2016.  K & S  are requesting Act of Love to assist them as they search for adoptive parents to adopt their baby.  They are seeking an adoptive family that lives in Utah or a neighboring state to Utah.  The requests of K & S are a family that does not have any children and is a  non-religious family.  K & S are looking for an open adoption to include pictures and letters through email and periodic visits with the child until adulthood.  The expectant parents have also chosen a name that they wish the child to have either for a first or middle name.  Their situation is requiring a significant amount of assistance from the adoptive family for their living and care.

K reports that she has been receiving prenatal care since the beginning of June 2016 and that she is taking over-the-counter pre-natal vitamins.  Her report is that she is healthy and has not experienced any major injury, illness, medical problem or developmental problem during her life.  Approved perspective adoptive parents will receive any available health and social information along with any available medical records.

Birth mom K does not report any drug use during the pregnancy and that she smokes about 5 cigarettes per day and uses alcohol on rare occasion.  Her report is that she currently has pregnancy related Medicaid to cover medical expenses.  Act of Love cannot guarantee that her Medicaid will be active at the time of delivery.  The adoptive family will be responsible for any medical costs that are not covered by Medicaid.

Home study approved adoptive families that meet the parameters above should contact Act of Love, as soon as possible. Families that submit an application and receive approval in the Outreach Program can receive further information on the situation.  The minimal fee to the Outreach Program does not require a commitment to Act of Love and allows home study ready families another avenue to search for their baby.

If you are interested, please visit the Outreach page located on the website under the Adoptive Family tab at www.aactofloveadoptions.com.  This informational page will help to guide you to become approved in the AOL Outreach Program.  To become approved and be ready for your baby, please scan and email completed packet along with your approved (within 1 year) home study and birth parent profile to outreach@aactofloveadoptions.com.  Birth parents will be viewing profiles of approved families as the profiles become available.

Please call AOL staff Monday-Thursday, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. MST  and Friday 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at 1-888-767-7740 to get your adoption questions answered and find out how to become pre-approved in the Act of Love adoption programs.  You may also email questions to outreach@aactofloveadoptions.com. 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 is also happy to offer 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.  AOL will hold another Adoption Orientation on July 5, 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.

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