Rainbow of Love –
A Social Service Organization
Our mission is to help women facing an unplanned pregnancy through adoption process
Rainbow of Love believes that every child deserves to have love, safety, stability and permanence in their life, and every person who is committed and qualified to being a parent should have that opportunity.
Gen 9:13 states “God placed the Rainbow in the clouds to signify that your storm has ended”…
Rainbow of Love believes that if you choose adoption for your baby, the adoption must benefit for everyone. You provide your baby a better future and you provide for yourself a positive ending to a problematic situation.
Through this process, Rainbow of Love wants to give you peace of mind with:
- Free counseling services
- Support 24/7
- Possibility to choose and even meet the adoptive family
- Possibility to choose a 100% confidential adoption (closed adoption)
- 100% Confidential and Private
- Medical assistance
- Transportation arrangement possible
- Financial assistance to a certain extent
- On-going support and much more …
The support group is open to all women ages 15 - 55 who have placed a child for adoption through Domestic, State or Private and they do not have to have placed with Rainbow of Love.Download Brochure
The most important aspect of any open or closed adoption is being sure that the expectations of the degree of openness or confidentiality of the birth and adoptive parents match. Some people want a very open arrangement, including post-adoption visitation, and others want a more or completely closed adoption. If you choose an open or semi-open adoption, your adoption plan will include the selection of an adoptive family, determining the level of openness, creating a hospital plan, and more. If you choose a closed adoption, Rainbow of Love will select the family for you and all the information about yourself and the adoptive family will stay confidential.
When you find yourself experiencing an unplanned pregnancy it is important to look realistically at your options. Making an honest appraisal of the choices in front of you will leave you empowered to make the best decision for your baby.
Contact Rainbow of Love
Rainbow of Love is available for you 24/7 to answer your questions and to help you look at your options. Call (281) 438-6588 or use the chat box. The Rainbow of Love’s team will do their best to be responsive to your needs, makes you feel comfortable, and provides support and information. We will help you develop your plan based on your needs and desires, and always honoring your wishes.
Create your adoption plan
One of our professional will help you providing you all the information you need, paperwork, answers and guidance to start your adoption journey. Rainbow of Love can help you through 3 types of adoption plans: it can be Open, Semi-open or Close. It depends on your wishes of knowing more or less or nothing at all about the adopting family for your baby.
Am I committed to anything if I contact Rainbow of Love?
At the time you call, Rainbow of Love is here to listen and to best help you. All birth mothers will receive an informative packet and when you say you are ready Rainbow of Love will move forward. You can contact Rainbow of Love at any time during the pregnancy, the day of birth, and even after. Rainbow of Love is committed to you!
When is it too late to make an adoption plan?
It is never too late, if you decided to place the baby up for adoption the day of birth, after birth. An adoption plan always can be set up. This can be made in the earliest weeks of your pregnancy as well.
Should I “give up” my baby for adoption?
Rainbow of Love aims for “great parents, great life”. Many of our birth mothers are young or aren’t ready to support another life. Adoption is a blessing to a family that can’t have children of their own. As a birth mother, you are not thinking for yourself, you are deciding that giving your baby up for adoption is the best thing because you want the baby to have a better life than you can provide for them.
Is it really all that helpful to meet with a counselor during my pregnancy?
We offer counseling services during and after, at no cost. Most birth mothers will experience different emotions and it is helpful to seek help if needed. Rainbow of Love wants to help the birth mothers who need it during all the process of adoption.
How do I choose a family?
Perspective adoptive parent(s) have book profiles made for birth mothers to choose from. You will be able to go through their profiles and select the family that matches your expectations.
How are adoptive families screened?
Rainbow of Love is very selective when it comes to adoptive families. They need to be financially stable, healthy, cleared of all background checks (FBI, Fingerprint and DFPS) and have been certified for all training requirements.
What is an “open” adoption?
An open adoption is a form of adoption in which the biological mother and adoptive parent(s) have access to varying degrees of each other’s personal information and have an option of contact, it maintains a significant ongoing contact after a placement. Rainbow of Love has little involvement in this agreement.
What is a “semi-open” adoption?
A semi-open adoption is similar to an open adoption but the relationship does not include the sharing of identifying information and typically involves the agency as an intermediary for ongoing contact. After child placement, many semi-open adoptions include mailing photos and letters between adoptive families and birth families, with a program we have called child connect https://www.childconnect.com/. Semi-open adoption is Rainbow of Love’s most successful type of adoption.
What is an “closed” adoption?
Also called “confidential” adoption (and sometimes “secret” adoption) Rainbow of Love will select the adoptive family for the biological mother based on desire wishes requested. Records of both parties are kept sealed.
How do I know the family is who they say they are and will keep their word?
If you decided to have a semi-open adoption, you can select the family based on profile books Rainbow of Love provides to you through the process. Once you have selected a family, you, your case manager, and the perspective adoptive parent(s) will set up a conference call and a face-to-face meeting. There after you can agree on the hospital plan. During these meetings, both parties will be able to get to know each other, future plans, an agreement can be set it place, and child connect will be offered.
Student & Teen Mother
You can feel overwhelmed by your unplanned pregnancy or by the circumstances around this pregnancy. And you may think that abortion is THE solution for you.
Father Of The Baby
What if I’m pursuing adoption when the father is unknown, uninvolved, unsupportive or even absent? Does the birth father have to agree to adoption?
How will my child learn about me
First of all, at the very beginning of your adoption plan decision, you will decide the level of communication and connection you will have with the adoptive family
Drug & Alcohol Abuse
While pregnant using drugs or alcohol can create many health issues for both mother and baby. In spite of this, many expectant mothers continue to use drugs and alcohol.
Adoption/Counseling Office hours
Monday – Thursday (9-5)
Friday and Saturday (by appointment)
Saturday (7am – 1:00pm) Donation Center/Food Bank