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Baby hatch – how we do it

Our mission is to provide options and comfort in the form of loving, non-judgemental support that costs nothing.

OrphanCare is here to help confused, scared girls, young women and couples who are having a baby they are not prepared for. We provide information and practical support to help these people make the best choices given the circumstances.

Our services for birth mothers or fathers include:

Professional support is vital when a biological mother makes the difficult decision to create an adoption plan for her child.  Assisting the adoption triad – birth mother, adoptive parents and adoptee – with quality services is our goal.

Birthmothers get the utmost attention, we are mindful they are only in our care for a short time before returning to their pre-crisis lives. The birthmother is assisted through her vulnerable period by professionally trained, caring and supportive personnel who maintain her dignity and uphold her rights. She is supported as she makes critical decisions, heals from her experience and plans for her future.

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Each birth mother receives free practical assistance, counselling, emotional support, transition planning, career guidance and access to legal information regardless of whether she chooses an adoption plan or decides to parent her child.

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What every Birth Mother wants adoptive parents to know

Source reference: Adoption Learning Partners

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Comments from birth mothers while at OrphanCare

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“Layanan cukup-cukup baik”

“The treatment I received was excellent”

Birth mother, 32 years old, 2012

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“Saya tidak dapat bayangkan apa yang terjadi pada bayi saya sekiranya OrphanCare tidak wujud”

“I cannot imagine what would have happened to my baby if OrphanCare was not around”

Birth mother, 24 years old, 2014

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“After receiving advice from OrphanCare I found the strength to talk to my mother about my baby and we decided to parent him”

Birth mother, 26 years old, 2015

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