Birth Mother Program
Planning for your baby is one of the most important decisions you will ever make. At DePelchin, we realize that this can often be a lonely and difficult decision. We’re here for you and want you to succeed in making the right choices for you and your baby. Through our infant adoption program, we work to match birth mothers and fathers with loving families in the Greater Houston area who are eager to welcome an infant into their lives.
Support for Birth Parents
DePelchin guides and supports birth mothers, fathers and their families through each step of the adoption journey. We help birth parents understand their options, including placing their baby for adoption, so that they can make informed decisions about their lives and the life of their child. Our FREE support services include:
- Comprehensive case management to explore all parenting options
- Assistance in obtaining community resources during your pregnancy
- Guidance in selecting an adoptive family for your baby
- Guidance in determining the level of communication with the adoptive family
- Support at the time of birth and during your hospital stay if requested
- Counseling during pregnancy and following the adoption
There are so many choices in adoption and everyone seems to have advice to give. Planning for your baby is one of the most important decisions you will ever make. Adoption professionals at DePelchin want you to succeed in making the right choice for you and your baby. Here are some resources to help you during this time.
Are you overwhelmed by the many decisions you need to make with pregnancy? Complete the Are You Ready Questionnaire to determine whether you need help planning for your future.
Are you concerned that you may not be able to afford a baby? Go to the Raising a Baby Financial Calculator to help you understand the costs of providing a baby a good home.
Are you looking for information on prenatal care? Visit the March of Dimes website for health tips during and after pregnancy.
DePelchin will help you access additional community resources during your pregnancy, including housing, employment and education.
If you need immediate, non-medical assistance about your options, call or text our 24-hour Maternity Number at 713-582-7129.
For additional information, visit our FAQs page.