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Chicks in Crisis operates almost entirely on the goodwill of others.
Chicks In Crisis Adoption Services
The organization facilitates open adoption placements into loving homes across California and the United States.
Chicks in Crisis also supports more than 400 mothers and fathers every month, that choose to keep their babies with prenatal care, life skills training, parenting assistance, clothes, emergency food, baby supplies, and legal guidance. Chicks in Crisis directly reduces the number of infants facing abandonment, foster care, abuse, or even death. Read more about our parenting services.
Adoptive Family Information
Are you an adoptive parent searching to adopt a newborn baby? Our team of adoption professionals are here to help you create a personalized adoption plan that is right for you! For over two decades, Chicks in Crisis (CiC) has been one of the premier domestic adoption facilitators in the Greater Sacramento area, specializing in both independent and collaborative agency adoptions.
Our resources are extensive, including direct outreach to birth parents, hospitals, clinics and physicians throughout the Greater Sacramento area. Birth parents can contact our staff 24 hours a day, via e-mail, texting, social media, or in person. Our case workers maintain a strong personal relationship with birth parents and provide exceptional resources for them throughout the adoption process and beyond.
Our dedicated team of professionals will guide you through every step of the adoption process. Our professional team is comprised of attorneys and case workers, trauma therapists, agencies, doctors, hospitals, and birth parent coordinators.
Together, we will create a personalized adoption plan that is right for you and then professionally manage every aspect of that plan. Families choose CiC for our dedication, passion, professionalism, pre – post birth mother placement and our overwhelming success rate in building families through adoption.
Birth parents must demonstrate a commitment to their adoption plan and are screened prior to our clients deciding to pursue a specific adoption plan. Our clients have the peace of mind to know that every detail of their adoption will be created and managed from within our program and that our team of adoption professionals will be involved from the beginning of their adoption journey to finalizing their adoption.
Contact our office at 916-441-1243 if you are interested in learning more about our open adoption facilitation services.
Are you pregnant, scared, considering adoption?
If so, Chicks in Crisis (CiC) was created to give YOU, the birth mother a voice, choices and respect when it comes to the future of your baby. We have servicing the community for over 20 years and we are one of the top domestic adoption facilitators specializing in newborn baby adoptions in the Greater Sacramento area.
We facilitate open adoptions, which means – it’s your baby, your plan. Our goal is to help you create a unique adoption plan that is right for you. Our birth mother advisors are expert problem solvers and advocates who are available 24 hours a day to speak with you. We are proud of the wonderful pre-screened adoptive families we have for you to consider, and provide immediate assistance with living expenses, housing, medical, legal, and counseling needs. CiC is dedicated to assisting teens and women in creating a personalized adoption plan based solely on what is important to YOU!
Frequently Asked Questions
I’m sure you have questions about the adoption process, time lines and expectations. Whether you’re searching for the perfect family for your baby, have questions about living expenses or post placement, look no further – we can help you overcome those fears by always answering your questions honestly.
Does this cost me anything?
Can the adoptive family help me financially?
What happens if I don’t have transportation to doctor or other appointments?
Can I choose my adoptive parents?
What happens once I pick my adoptive family?
What if I have an open CPS case?
What’s the difference between adoption and foster care?
What happens when I go into labor?
What happens if I go into labor and don’t have a family?
What happens after the baby is born?
What happens when I’m being discharged from the hospital?
Will I have contact with the adoptive family after I leave the hospital?
Will anybody find out about the adoption?
Will my child go to the county or foster care?
Where are you located?
Have any more questions? Don’t hesitate to contact 916-275-6699, we’re here to help you, no question is off limits.