Adoption in Minnesota


Adoption is a beautiful and life-changing decision that can bring joy and fulfillment to both birth parents and adoptive families. Adoption Minnesota a is licensed adoption agency in MN dedicated to providing support to birth parents and prospective adoptive parents. We understand the complexities of adoption and are committed to guiding individuals through the process with care and empathy.

One of the most significant aspects of working with a licensed adoption agency in Minnesota is the support offered to birth parents in person. We meet birth parents in their homes and out in their communities so that it is more comfortable for them. The decision to give your baby up for adoption is deeply personal and often comes with a range of emotions and challenges. At Adoption Minnesota we help women see the courage and love behind this decision and provide birth parents with resources, counseling, and emotional support throughout the adoption journey. From understanding their rights to exploring adoption options, birth parents can find the guidance they need to make informed choices in a safe and supportive environment.

Every adoption journey is unique, and birth parents should have the opportunity to create an adoption plan that aligns with their values and preferences. Adoption Minnesota, an agency near you, recognizes the importance of empowering birth parents and encourages them to take an active role in shaping their adoption experience. By collaborating with the prospective adoptive parents, birth parents can design a personalized adoption plan that reflects their wishes and aspirations for their child’s future.

If you are considering adoption, have questions about the adoption process or giving your baby up for adoption, we encourage you to reach out to Adoption Minnesota to learn more about the support and resources available to you.

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Jodi’s Story

“Seeing him in their arms and how happy they were actually helped me. I could tell from the moment that he was born that they loved him with all their hearts.”

 I found out that I was pregnant when I was 37. I was already parenting a 16, 10 and 6 year old on my own. We were struggling as it was, and I didn’t feel like I could parent another child on my own. The birth father was an addict and I knew that he would not help. I wanted this child to have more than what I could give him right now.

I found my adoptive parents through a mutual friend. From the first time I met them, it felt like we were all family. They treated my daughters and I like we were extended family members and really wanted to have us in their lives.  We spent many months getting to know them better.  We met at restaurants, parks and even their home.

The farther along I got in my pregnancy, the harder it got for me emotionally. I knew that adoption was the right choice and that I had found a great family, but it was extremely hard. My kids had a hard time, too, because they were so excited for a baby. I had to keep explaining to them that we would still see their brother, but that he would be living with another family.

When the day came, labor went pretty quickly. The adoptive parents were in the room with me during delivery and were a big help. After he was born, we all cried together because we were happy and sad at the same time. Seeing him in their arms and how happy they were actually helped me. I could tell from the moment that he was born that they loved him with all their hearts. It made me feel better about the situation and that I could do this for both them and him.

Since the adoption happened, we have had visits a few times a year and I get lots of pictures updating me on how he is doing. The adoptive parents and I continue to have a great relationship. Adoption was both one of the hardest and one of the best things that I have ever done.