Pregnancy and childbirth are expensive. If you’re in a financially unstable situation and can’t afford these costs, it may be a contributing factor to your considering adoption in Oregon.
Your same financial concerns may have led you to wonder, “Does it cost to give a child for adoption in Oregon? How much is it to put a baby up for adoption?”
If this has been something that you’ve worried about, then you should know that it’s 100 percent free to place a baby for adoption in Oregon.
Many pregnant women are struggling to financially support themselves or their family, and so they may ask, “Do you get paid for putting a baby up for adoption in Oregon?”
The answer to that question is no. Payment in exchange for placing a child for adoption is illegal. There are no Oregon adoption agencies that pay you to place a child for adoption.
However, if you’re financially struggling to make ends meet during your pregnancy, there are birth mother living expenses that may be able to help you. Expectant mothers who choose adoption in Oregon may qualify for birth parent living expenses, which can help with costs associated with pregnancy, delivery and more.
Here’s what you should know about birth parent living expenses in Oregon:
The costs of your pregnancy and the adoption will be covered for you. This may include:
You’ll also receive:
Free health care for your pregnancy and delivery
Free legal representation to guide you through the legal process of an Oregon adoption
Free emotional counseling services available before, during and after your adoption
When you’re considering adoption in Oregon, providing the best possible future for your baby is one of your biggest priorities. Financial concerns shouldn’t have to be another worry on your mind during this time. Birth parent expenses can help with that.
The health, legal, and counseling services are provided to you for free, and you may also qualify for additional Oregon adoption financial assistance. The amount of this financial assistance would depend on several variables, including:
Your income situation
Your living situation
Whether or not you’re financially providing for dependents
The birth parent living expense limits established by the state of Oregon, which often varies by county
Even if you’re medically insured, the costs of pregnancy and delivery are high, and it can be hard to work regularly throughout your pregnancy, especially in your third trimester. Oregon adoption living expenses can help you handle some of your pregnancy and basic living costs so that you don’t have to worry about taking care of yourself and your family in addition to affording your pregnancy.
Your local court will need to approve any request for adoption financial assistance in Oregon.
Adoption is always free for anyone who is placing a child for adoption in Oregon. You may also qualify for Oregon birth parent living expenses to help with the costs of pregnancy and delivery.
Call 1-800-ADOPTION now to talk to an OR adoption specialist about your financial need.
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