Adoption Agencies, Information, and Resources in McKinney

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Helpful Resources When Considering Adoption in McKinney

When you think about adoption, you may wonder, “Where to start?” A lot of people turn to the internet, even to find something that is local. If you are pregnant, you need to go to a place nearby for prenatal care. If you want to adopt a baby, you need to work with an adoption agency serving your area.

This page has information for McKinney, Texas in the Collin County region.  If you are pregnant we have links to Pregnancy Resource Centers. This type of place is sometimes called a Crisis Pregnancy Center. We also provide a list of hospitals with birthing centers. If you are thinking about adoption for your baby, we are here to help you to make a plan. For many years, ANLC has been a trusted resource for adoption.

Resources for adoptive parents are below. Info about other areas in the state of Texas may be found on our Texas State Page.

Pregnancy Resource Centers in McKinney, Texas

Pregnancy Resource Centers are usually not-for-profit clinics to go to confirm a pregnancy. The staff will review and discuss available options. Many are not staffed by medical personnel, and do not distribute contraceptives. A lot of them connect with pro-life organizations. But not all have religious affiliation. Pregnancy Resource Centers in the Collin County in or close to McKinney, Texas are:

Hope Women’s Center
Prestonwood Pregnancy Center
Real Options

Affordable Prenatal Care in McKinney, Texas

Clinics have medical personnel and can help with prenatal care and family planning. They can do STD and cancer screenings and can prescribe and distribute contraceptives. The providers of affordable prenatal care in McKinney, Texas that provides affordable prenatal care for Collin County residents is:

Family Health Center on Virginia

Women in Texas who need health coverage for pregnancy can check Texas Health and Human Services.

Hospitals in McKinney, Texas

The hospital should be aware of the adoption. A hospital plan is helpful to do this. The hospitals for McKinney, Texas and the surrounding region with birthing centers are:

Baylor Scott & White Medical Center McKinney
Medical City McKinney

Completing the Home Study in McKinney

A home study makes sure that Adoptive Parents are ready to receive a child into their home. There are certain Adoption Home Study Requirements for each state. The process includes getting information about family history and personal background, health and financial information. Here are some home study providers in the in McKinney, Texas or the Collin County regions:

Adoption Answers, Inc.
Children’s Connections, Inc.
Little Flower Adoptions

Become a Foster Parent in McKinney, Texas

To help a child in foster care in McKinney or Collin County: Texas Adoption Resource Exchange. Licensed agencies listed below:

Buckner Foster Care and Adoption
CK Family Services
Jonathan’s Place
Passage of Youth Family Services, Inc.
Pathways Youth and Family Services

Court Information

The final step in the legal adoption process is finalization through court action. Adoptions filed in Collin County, Texas: District Clerk for the Collin County District Courts.

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