When We Partner Together, We Can Achieve Much
We introduce you to women needing health and parenting resources. You introduce us to women who are considering adoption. Together, we bring healing, hope, and help to thousands.
We’ve Been At It Since 1981.
Lifeline began as a ministry for women who wanted an alternative to abortion or parenting. We seek to equip our partners with resources and tools to talk about adoption.
Free Expert Training
We will provide top quality training for your center at no cost to you.
We will be able to provide immediate consultations and meetings with clients considering adoption at no cost to you.
Fair Advocacy for All Involved
We will ensure that expectant and adoptive parents have separate advocates.
Carefully Vetted Families
We will place children with families who are thoroughly equipped to care for the child and the birth family.
Lifetime Support for Everyone
We will provide lifetime support to birth parents, adoptees, and adoptive families.
We provide counseling and referrals for women who are unsure between parenting, abortion, and adoption.
We Want to Equip Your Team through Free Trainings
As professional social workers and adoption experts, we want your team to be equipped to holistically care for your clients as they consider their options for their pregnancy.
Adoption in the Counseling Room
How do you bring up the option of adoption with a client? Does it often feel awkward or uncomfortable? In this training, you will be equipped with practical tools for how to talk with a client about adoption, parenting, and abortion in a way that is client-centered, engaging, and meeting the client where they are. We will talk through practical applications and give your team some responses for commonly asked questions about adoption.
Becoming a Trauma-Informed-Center
We know adoption is a loving and positive option, but what if a client has a history of trauma? Bringing up her pregnancy options in a way that is trauma-informed, honors her story and is sensitive to her fears, hurts, and needs can lead even the most abortion-minded client into considering life for her baby.
Sharing the Gospel in a Relational Way
Do you struggle with how best to present the gospel to women in such a time of need as an unexpected pregnancy? How can you make the gospel relatable to them? In this training, you will be equipped with practical tools to help you identify your client’s place of brokenness, how to listen to their story, and then organically engage your clients with the gospel.
Cultural Competency at Your Center
Wondering how you can better serve women of different cultural backgrounds at your center? How do cultural differences impact how you counsel them on pregnancy options? In this training, you will be equipped with practical tools for how to help your center be more culturally competent in the care you provide for your clients.
For Hospitals – Adoption and the OB Patient
Have you ever had a patient who is placing their baby for adoption? Our team wants to equip your staff to be able to help women navigate their labor, delivery, and postpartum experience in a way that is trauma-informed and adoption-sensitive.
2021 PRC Webinar Schedule
|January 29, 2021 at 12:00 PM (CST)||Adoption in the Minority Community||January Webinar Registration|
|March 26, 2021 at 12:00 PM (CST)||The Gospel in Adoption||March Webinar Registration|
|April 30, 2021 at 12:00 PM (CST)||Trauma Informed Options Counseling||April Webinar Registration|
|May 28, 2021 at 12:00 PM (CST)||Adoption in a Quick Interaction||May Webinar Registration|
|June 25, 2021 at 12:00 PM (CST)||Engaging the Putative Father in Adoption||June Webinar Registration|
|August 27, 2021 at 12:00 PM (CST)||Culture of Adoption at your PRC||August Webinar Registration|
|October 29, 2021 at 12:00 PM (CST)||“I refer women to you all the time. Why don’t they call you?”||October Webinar Registration|
Here’s what some of our partners say about us
“The Lifeline social worker’s response is always immediate. She is friendly, gentle and kind. Due to the difficulty of the decision to place a baby for adoption, mothers in crisis pregnancies need to know that they are not being pushed or forced. They need to know that the person assisting them really cares about them and not just filling a quota. Our Lifeline case worker exemplifies concern from the heart and is not judgmental.”
Become a Lifeline Pregnancy Counseling Partner
We’d love to connect and tell you more about the opportunities to partner with Lifeline!