SPONSORED: Adoption Network Nurtures Birth Parents


Jessalynn Bills Speight is now an advocate and supporter of birth parents everywhere.

An unplanned pregnancy is such an emotional rollercoaster. If you are considering the path to adoption, you want someone who can relate to what you are going through as a birth parent.

That is why Adoption Network Law Center (ANLC) is thrilled to welcome Jessalynn Speight as our Birth Parent Outreach Specialist. 

Jessalynn, a Utah Native and active member of the LDS faith placed a daughter for adoption over six years ago and has been advocating for open adoption and support for birth parents ever since.

She has hosted numerous birth mother retreats, where women who have placed a child for adoption come together to discuss the loving choice they made and to work on post-placement healing.  

“The Birth Mother retreats are transformative,” said Tammy Ramsay,  Adoption Network Law Center’s Adoption Services Supervisor.  “Sharing the circumstances and emotions of placement and the impact that decision has made on their lives offers a way for birth mothers to acknowledge their experience, connect with other women who understand their journey, and to continue their healing process.”

“Jessalynn’s passion for the birth parent community is the perfect addition to our Adoption Services division, where she will expand our services for birth parents through a peer mentoring network and regional and national birth mother support groups,” said Kristin A.F. Yellin, owner and chief legal counsel of ANLC.  

 Adoption Network Law Center is a professional law corporation that helps to build families through adoption.  Adoption Network Law Center prides itself on providing quality adoption services with integrity and complete support.  Adoption Network Law Center is BBB accredited with an A+ rating and a high Google+ rating and was one of the Orange County Register’s Top Workplaces for 2014. Birth mothers looking to create an adoption plan and hopeful adopting parents looking to adopt turn to  Adoption Network Law Center for assistance. 

CONTACT: Darcy Robinson darcy@adoptionnetwork.com.

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