Partnerships. Training. Connection.

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We have been a proud part of the Oklahoma community since before statehood!

We love serving our state and providing education, resources, and training.  Please contact us if we can be of help to you or your organization.  Specific trainings are offered for the following groups and we are always open to talking about new opportunities.

We all enter this work with preconceived ideas. Learning how open adoption can be and that the birth parents are the decision makers in choosing the adoptive family empowers our volunteers to present a realistic picture of adoption.

Gayla White

Director, Hope Pregnancy Ministries

Pregnancy Resource Centers

We can train your volunteers on how to present the option of adoption.  We believe that every woman has the right to know about all of her options so she can make a fully-informed decision.

Teachers

We want to help change the perception and misconceptions around adoption. Our training to high school and college students is a great way to get your class talking about what the process of adoption really looks like. Presentations to college classes also cover more in-depth information about the history of adoption practices and careers in the field.

Medical Professionals

Medical professionals are often the first point of contact for women in unexpected pregnancies and are with them as they deliver their babies. We want to help your team understand the adoption process, what options the birth mother has, and how to avoid scams or fraudulent activities in adoption.

Foster & Adoption Groups

We would love to share with your group!  We offer trainings on parenting tools and techniques specialized for foster and adoptive families.  This includes training on the impact of trauma on the brain and how to advocate for your child in different settings.

Ministry Leaders

Churches and ministry leaders have a unique role as we believe adoption was God’s idea!  You may be the first point of contact for a woman in an unexpected pregnancy, walking through infertility with an adoptive couple, or ministering to families in need of counseling.  We want to help you understand what your options are for referral and help you support your congregation in their journey.

We all enter this work with preconceived ideas. Learning how open adoption can be and that the birth parents are the decision makers in choosing the adoptive family empowers our volunteers to present a realistic picture of adoption.

Gayla White

Director, Hope Pregnancy Ministries