Get Paid for Adoption-Related Expenses in Colorado
Pregnancy and childbirth are very costly, so many women who find themselves unexpectedly pregnant worry about finances. A lack of financial stability may be one of the reasons you’re considering adoption in Colorado.
Many pregnant women have worried, “Does it cost to give a child up for adoption in Colorado? How much is it to put a baby up for adoption?” The answer: it is 100 percent free to place a child for adoption in Colorado.
Some women may be struggling to financially support themselves or older children that they’re raising, so they ask, “Do you get paid for putting a baby up for adoption in Colorado?” The answer: payment in exchange for placing a child for adoption is illegal. There are no Colorado adoption agencies that pay you to place a child for adoption.
But if you are worried about finances during your pregnancy, you should know that there are birth mother living expenses in Colorado that you may qualify for. These living expenses can cover the costs of your pregnancy, delivery and more. Here’s how Colorado birth parent living expenses work:
How to Get Paid for Adoption Costs in Colorado
American Adoptions and the adoptive family cover the costs of all pregnancy and adoption-related expenses for birth parents. We can help you with things like:
This is in addition to providing free adoption and pregnancy-related services, including:
Counseling and support services whenever you need them
When you’re pregnant and considering adoption in Colorado, money worries shouldn’t have to be on your mind any more than absolutely necessary.
We aim to help you with the financial burden of pregnancy so that you can focus on doing what you feel is best for yourself and your baby while creating an adoption plan and choosing adoptive parents.
Receiving Adoption Financial Assistance in CO
As we said before, all adoption-related expenses are taken care of for you, including health care, emotional and legal counsel. But you may also be eligible for Colorado adoption financial assistance. The amount of financial assistance you may qualify for depends on a number of variables, including:
Your living situation
If you have any dependents to financially care for
Birth parent living expense limitations set by the state of Colorado, which may vary by county
Even if you’re medically insured, pregnancy and childbirth is expensive, and it can be difficult to work consistently throughout your pregnancy. Colorado adoption living expenses help offset these pregnancy-related financial burdens.
Any requested adoption financial assistance must be deemed reasonable and necessary by a Colorado court.
Remember, adoption is free for those who are placing a child for adoption in Colorado. You may also be eligible for Colorado birth parent expenses to help with financial responsibilities during your pregnancy.
Call 1-800-ADOPTION to discuss your financial needs with a CO adoption specialist now.
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