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Safe Delivery is a law which allows a parent or parents to safely and legally surrender their newborn, no more than 3 days old. A newborn may be given to a uniformed employee who is inside and on duty at any hospital, fire department, police station, or to an emergency medical technician or paramedic by calling 9-1-1. The newborn will be placed for adoption. This program is safe, legal and confidential. For more information, please visit the Safe Delivery of Newborns Law.
Safe Delivery Hotline: 866-733-7733.
The Michigan Safe Delivery Program is managed by the Division of Maternal & Infant Health.
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