Pregnant & considering adoption? 
You are not alone. We help expectant mothers in a confidential, supportive,
and personalized way.

About Us

Shared Beginnings began with a desire to restore voice and choice to expectant women who are considering adoption. We link arms with these brave women, connect them to community resources, and help them make informed decisions along the way.

CONSIDERING ADOPTION FOR YOUR CHILD?

WE ARE HERE TO SUPPORT YOU AND BE YOUR TEAM.

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HOW WE HELP

Our priority is you, your health, and your goals. We want to ensure you have the support you need now and in the future.

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WHO WE ARE

We want to be your advocates, legal team, and support system. We are here for you when you need us.

Our Mission

To serve expectant moms who want to protect their child’s future through adoption by providing support services, counseling and victim protection to underrepresented and underserved populations of expectant moms and families.

Our Vision

To be the change for the adoption process by providing representation for expectant parents, transparency for the courts and facilitated family connections between biological and adoptive families to sustain culture and connections.

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My Life Had Changed Forever

        My name is Meagan, and I am a birth mom. In 2010, in my second year of college, I discovered that I was pregnant. I was a teen and in a very new, long-distance relationship. To say I was devastated and confused was an understatement. I was not ready or prepared to raise a child. […]

Required Education for Prospective Adoptive Parents

“Just as Ashley Mitchell has said, adoption is for life.”

“After All, That is What They Promised Me”

A Story of Broken Promises and Misplaced Trust Lakwe or Hello I was born and raised on an island in the Marshall Islands called “High-lang-lab-lab,” where everybody knows everybody. I am a birth mother and this is my story.  When I first found out that I was pregnant with my first born, I was still […]