Currently, we partner with the following types of organizations that serve expectant parents and/or birth parents: adoption agencies, adoption attorneys, pregnancy resource centers, health clinics, maternity homes, post-adoption support groups, counselors. This year, we are expanding our network to include medical professionals.
Regardless of political, religious or ideological affiliation, BraveLove partners with groups that acknowledge adoption as a courageous choice for those in unplanned pregnancies. Although a partner is not required to agree with every BraveLove position and vice versa, a partner supports the general goal of BraveLove, which is to see adoption become a more supported option.
BraveLove partners with adoption agencies nationwide. We call these our Partner Agencies — this map shows who they are. Some of these agencies are small and only serve a limited area, and others are large and have multiple locations across the country. We've vetted them on the following criteria: their quality care, professional services, and how they treat birth parents before, during and after placement. At the end of the day, it is the birth mother's decision. She has the right to choose whichever adoption agency she wants to work. Our hope is that because of BraveLove's message, she’ll consider adoption as an option if she’s in an unplanned pregnancy and be connected to reputable and ethical adoption agencies, like our Partner Agencies.
BraveLove Members are any individual or organization that actively use BraveLove resources to educate their clients/patients on adoption. The majority of today's Members are pregnancy resource centers across the United States.