Thinking about making an adoption plan? Whether you’re an expectant mom, birth mom, or a mom with an older child, adoption might be the best way to care for them. It doesn’t mean you love your children less. It means you love them so much you want what’s best for them.
Here are several resources you may find helpful:
Most pregnancy resource centers offer pregnancy tests and other services at no cost to you.
A list of free and income-based clinics throughout Missouri. Some of them provide a wide array of services ranging from free to sliding scale. Check out freeclinics.com for as much detailed information as possible, including phone numbers, emails, and websites where available. Clinic services they list include (but are not limited to):
- Dental Clinic ServicesCheck
- Medical Clinic Services
- Women’s Health Clinic Services
- Adult Health Clinic Services
- Pediatric Health Clinic Services
- Pediatric Dental Clinic Services
- Behavioral Health Clinic Services
Here is a thorough list of health clinics that provide free or income-based medical services. The clinics are listed by city in alphabetical order.
Sign up for an Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) card, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), medical care services through MO Healthnet, energy assistance, and so much more.
Assistance with the legal aspect of placing a child for adoption.
Counselors are available to you at no cost.
If you would like to learn more about making an adoption plan, we’re available to talk at any time. Contacting us does not mean you are making a commitment to adoption for your child.
Please view some of our current families looking to adopt. If you don’t find them here, we have resources all over the nation. We want to find your perfect match.