Birth mothers can choose the family that best fits their wishes for their child. We help you decide whether an open, semi-open, or closed adoption is best for you and your baby.

We offer 24-hour compassionate support and in-person services throughout East Tennessee. You work closely with a dedicated Birth Parent Specialist who provides one-on-one counseling and planning services. We want to help you make the best decision for you and your baby.

You can review the bios of multiple families wishing to adopt. We will show you couples who closely match your requirements to raise your child. You can trust that our waiting families have been thoroughly reviewed with background checks, a home study, health exams, referrals, etc.

  • All services are free and confidential
  • Emotional support and counseling referrals
  • 24/7 Helpline for additional support
  • Detailed explanation of the adoption process to help develop an adoption plan
  • Dedicated Birth Parent Specialist advocating for you in person
  • The option to select the potential adoptive family
  • All medical and legal expenses covered
  • Additional pregnancy-related expenses may be covered depending on individual needs
  • Prenatal and childbirth education, including a detailed hospital birth plan
  • Connection to community agencies for support during and after your pregnancy
  • Ongoing counseling following the placement of your child

We serve birth parents regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, gender identity, sexual orientation, or disability.






Private adoption is different from foster care. When you choose to create an adoption plan, you are voluntarily choosing to place your child in a loving home. A Loving Option is not foster care and does not remove children from parents' homes.

You can contact us at any point in your pregnancy, including while you are at the hospital, even if you have already delivered.

Each situation is unique, but birth and legal fathers have rights throughout the adoption process. We educate the birth father to ensure he understands the adoption process and his legal rights.

If you are a pregnant woman concerned because of domestic violence or because you were a victim of a crime, there are legal processes to help ensure your safety as you pursue an adoption plan.