If you’re pregnant and need help with housing, the Law Office of Madonna Finney may be able to assist you. We understand that facing an unwanted or unplanned pregnancy isn’t easy. It can be incredibly isolating and stressful. However, if you choose to make an adoption plan, you won’t have to go through it all alone. Our staff works one-on-one with each expectant mother who walks through our doors. We are a staff of all women, who are experienced and knowledgeable about all things adoption-related, including the resources available to women who are pregnant and need help with housing.
Pregnant and need help with housing?
In compliance with Florida law, expectant mothers who have made an adoption plan are able to receive a certain level of assistance both during their pregnancy and up to six weeks after they’ve given birth. Assistance may include help with living expenses, such as rent, utilities, food and toiletries. It may also include mobile phone service, maternity clothing, medical care and counseling, as well as any other pregnancy-related expenses.
Why Work with Us?
Madonna Finney has been helping women carry out their adoption plans for over 23 years. She is the only Board Certified Adoption Lawyers in the Panhandle of Florida, and limits her practice to adoption law. Additionally, our Social Work Director, Angela, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with special training and certification aimed at helping women during their pregnancy and postpartum recovery period.
Need Help Today?
Give us a call today. If you’re pregnant and need help with housing, or simply want to sort through your pregnancy options, we are here for you. The Adoption Law Offices of Madonna Finney can answer any adoption questions you may have at this time. If you choose to make an adoption plan with us, we would guide you step-by-step through the adoption process. We’ll help you find the right adoptive family and ensure that you get the assistance you need throughout your pregnancy. Don’t hesitate to reach out. Our team is here for you 365 days a year, 24 hours a day, each day of the week.