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What is National Adoption Month?

How does National Adoption month help birth mothers in Oklahoma? How did National Adoption Month get started? National Adoption month started in 1976 as a way to bring attention to adoptive families. Over the decades, it has become more prominent, as it is celebrated every year. National Adoption month is a way to make the public remember that there are children who are waiting to be adopted. It is a way to celebrate birth mothers and adoptive parents while also bringing attention to them.

It is important for child welfare and also for birth mothers placing their babies for adoption because we need people to adopt so birth mothers can have a successful adoption journey. It is for your benefit to have a time where the adoptive process is celebrated because it will bring attention to your needs and your child’s needs. National Adoption month allows for private adoptions in OK to celebrate with birth mothers. We do this all the time, but November is a special month in the year for Adoption Choices of Oklahoma.

Adoption Agencies in Oklahoma

National Adoption month helps to bring attention to young people and children who are placed for adoption. It benefits birth mothers because of the chance to meet more adoptive families that are looking to adopt your child. It began as a way to increase the number of children being adopted, and as it is still ongoing, it is clearly useful for that purpose. This month is a way to celebrate birth mothers, adoptive families, and children. It points the attention to you and says, look, I am here!

Adoption agencies in Oklahoma help to support birth mothers during this month, as always, and there may be some exciting news heading your way this month. With 30 days, there will be lots to get organized, but the planning process will not be hectic when you give your baby up for adoption at Adoption Choices of Oklahoma

Support from Adoption Agencies and the Nation

National Adoption Month is a time to remind birth mothers that they are valued, as are their children, because we want adoptive parents to walk into private adoptions in OK and know they can be supported through the adoption process. The United States is also behind birth mothers, as many presidents, including George W. Bush and President Clinton, have taken part. 

In 1998, president Clinton found a way to use the internet so that more children could be adopted, and George W. Bush talked about National Adoption month whilst speaking Spanish. This just shows that there is so much support for birth mothers and adoption agencies. 

Why is National Adoption Month important?

It helps to increase the awareness that children need to be adopted and that adoption is a good service for birth mothers to be able to plan out the future and choose adoptive families. It makes people aware that adoption is an option, and it may help to increase the number of adoptive families that apply to choose a child to love and care for. We want to make sure that everything goes well, and during November, we are focusing on birth mothers even more. 

It helps to remind birth mothers and adoptive families that they are seen and that society is aware that different families are operating and being successful. Pointing in the direction of adoption agencies reminds everyone that we exist. We are working every day to make sure that birth mothers and their children are comfortable. Adoption Choices of Oklahoma wants birth mothers to know that you are valued. We cherish National Adoption month because it is a way we can celebrate you while also increasing the group of adoptive families you are able to choose from. We want to celebrate with you to increase your chances of having a successful adoption journey.  

Should I Celebrate National Adoption Month?

Yes, absolutely. It will be a good time to start conversations with your friends and family about adoption and also your caseworkers and counselors about the Oklahoma adoption process. You can tell people more about your experiences and also let them know that adoption services are an option in Oklahoma.

You can also start conversations with your adoption caseworker and counselor about the adoption process and get some encouragement while placing your baby for adoption, so you know people are waiting to adopt your child. It is important that the adoption process is collaborative, and Adoption Choices of Oklahoma really strives for teamwork in everything we do.

Adoption Choices of Oklahoma is a private adoption agency, licensed by the state of Oklahoma and a leader in the adoption community. We have been assisting birth parents, children, and adoptive families in Oklahoma for over 19 years. Our staff members are committed to providing an ethical, empowering, and personalized adoption experience to all involved in the adoption process.  If you are currently in the process of adopting a baby and have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact us.
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