Deaconess Pregnancy & Adoption provides counseling, direction and resources for pregnant mothers and families seeking to adopt a child. We are a dedicated and compassionate Oklahoma agency able to provide you with the adoption services you need. We offer caring assistance to all individuals and families connected with the birth and adoption of a child.
Whether you’re a birth mother looking to place your child for adoption or a family seeking an adoption agency in Oklahoma City, we can help you develop an adoption plan and complete all the steps you’ll need. Our trained professional counselors understand the special needs and preferences of birth parents and strive to meet those needs and desires.
We assist birth parents and adoptees with the process of revisiting their roots later in life. Adoption reunions can be difficult and emotional for all parties, and they also take time and effort to organize. If an adopted child wishes to reconnect with his or her birth parents, we are there to work with and guide all parties through the emotions involved in the process.
Deaconess Pregnancy & Adoption has provided Oklahoma with adoption services since December 31, 1900. We started out as a “little house on the prairie” for expectant mothers facing unplanned pregnancy. Since that time we’ve helped more than 10,000 women with their unplanned and unexpected pregnancies. Whether you’re facing an unplanned pregnancy and need help or information, or you’re looking to start your own family through adoption, Deaconess Pregnancy & Adoption will help. Adoption gives the gift of life and happiness to children, and you can be a part of that gift. If you have any questions or need more information about our adoption services, contact us today.
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