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Childbirth, Family Planning, and Adoption


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Adoption Programs (Catholic Social Services)

Waiting Child Adoption facilitates adoptions of legally available children of all ages who have been involved in the foster care system but cannot be returned to their birth families due to past neglect or abuse. Newborn Adoption places infants for domestic (U.S.) adoption. Also provides counseling and services for birth parents before, during, and after the adoption process. csswashtenaw.org/family-children/adoption/ V, U

4925 Packard [map]
(734) 971-9781, ext. 322


Ann Arbor Baby Beginnings

Group and private childbirth education and newborn care classes in both group and private formats, as well as new moms groups and support for families in the pregnancy and postpartum period. Instructors are Lamaze Certified Childbirth Educators. Many classes held at the U-M Von Voigtlander Family Center, 1540 E Hospital Dr. info@annarborbabybeginnings.com, annarborbabybeginnings.com


(734) 221-0158

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Breastfeeding Center of Ann Arbor

Provides private professional lactation consulting and troubleshooting, on site or in-home. Breastfeeding classes, professional training, drop-in support groups for moms. By appointment only. barbara@bfcaa.com, bfcaa.com V

2300 Washtenaw, ste. 200 [map]
Barbara Robertson, MA, IBCLC (734) 975-6534


Foster Care (Catholic Social Services)

Foster care placement for children separated from their birth families due to abuse and/or neglect. Licensing of foster families. csswashtenaw.org/foster-care V, U

4925 Packard [map]
(734) 971-9781, ext. 448


Hands Across the Water

Provides foster care licensing services, domestic & international adoption services, free, choice-driven pregnancy counseling, in-home parent education and behavioral health services. Behavioral health services include individual, family, and couples therapy. Also provides adoptive/foster parenting trainings, parent and teen support groups. State licensed, COA Hague accredited; recognized by the HRC as a leader in supporting LGBTQ families and children. info@hatw.org, hatw.org

781 Avis, #200 [map]
(734) 477-0135


La Leche League

Local chapter of international group offers information about breastfeeding and peer support to nursing mothers. Two groups meet monthly; open to pregnant women and to mothers and their children. Fathers welcome at some groups; check website for details. lllaa.weebly.com


44-BABY-0327 (442-229-0327)


Lutheran Adoption Service

Seeks permanent adoptive homes for children of all ages who are in the foster care system. Homes for sibling groups and older children needed. lasadoption.org U


(734) 971-1944


Michigan Association of Single Adoptive Parents

Information and support group for single adoptive parents in Southeastern Michigan.

551 Second [map]
Jerri Ann Jenista, (734) 668-0419


Pregnancy Counseling, (Catholic Social Services)

Licensed counseling and comprehensive services for pregnant women and parents of infants around the options of parenting, relative caregiving, or adoption. No fees. csswashtenaw.org/pregnancy-counseling V, U

4925 Packard [map]
(734) 971-9781, ext. 412 or 321




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