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You have questions? We have answers!

What kind of support do you offer?

We are here for you! We provide birth parents with supportive adoption counseling forever. We are trained adoption professionals and will help you explore the options of parenting and adoption.  If you decide on adoption we’re here for emotional support for as long as you need it.

Is financial assistance available?

Yes! Financial help is available through your pregnancy and up to 6 weeks after birth. You can receive financial assistance for items such as transportation, rent, utilities, groceries, phone bills, medical expenses, and other items that Florida state law allows.

Can you help me find prenatal care?

Yes! We connect you with community resources to support a healthy pregnancy.   We also help you apply for Florida medicaid to cover some of the medical expenses associated with pregnancy.

What are my legal rights when placing my baby for adoption?

We want you to know that you have rights as a pregnant mom! Click here for more information on legal rights, and contact us if you have further questions.

Can I contact you after the adoption process is over?

Yes! We graciously support the birth mothers that have placed with us since 1992.  So many still call to check in, not only for updates on the children they’ve placed but also to chat with their case manager and our team members.  At A Bond of Love, we create connections that last a lifetime.  Our support is genuine and we believe that you found us for a reason.  Please contact A Bond of Love at (941)-957-0064, and let us know how we can help!


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A Bond of Love Adoption Agency – Testimonial

A black and white photo of a baby's feet being pictured below the text "Adoption is another word for Love1"

The young mother cradled the baby in her arms one last time before handing her so carefully to the baby’s new mom. The young mother, braced against the onslaught of guilt she expected at that moment, was almost stunned when what came was mostly relief. This baby, wonderfully healthy and happy, would always be her baby; but now she was placing her into the care of people who would love and protect and provide for her, as she herself could not.

Parenting the baby had never been a possibility; but she had tended her so lovingly throughout her pregnancy that she knew the baby had gotten the best start possible, and now had the promise of a happy future. I have done the very best I could for my baby, she smiled inwardly.

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