Maybe you feel that this is not the right time in your life to parent a child (or children). Perhaps you thought you could parent your child, but after some time has passed, you find yourself feeling as though, “this isn’t working.” Maybe your child has unique needs that are proving to be too much for your to handle, given everything else that’s going on in your life right now. Perhaps you are in recovery or working on a case plan with your local department of child protective services. Whatever your circumstance, we are here to help.
Yes. We have wonderful families open to adopting older children, children with special needs and siblings. All of our waiting families have been thoroughly background checked and trained to parent children with these needs.
No. Putting your child’s welfare ahead of your own is an act of love and courage. Adoption is very unselfish. It is difficult, hard to decide, hard to think about, but it can be a truly caring and loving decision.
All different types of people, single and married, of all ages, backgrounds and circumstances. People who believe for many different reasons – emotionally, physically, financially – that adoption is the best choice for themselves and their child at this point in their lives.
Yes. You can select the family for your child, or we can do so on your behalf. You can be as involved or non-involved as you like, from looking at letters and pictures, to meeting with waiting adoptive families. If you place your child, we offer you continued choices. You may receive photos as the child grows or even visit with the child. The choice is yours.
Early in your case, you may have the right to explore a private adoptive placement for your child. Contact us to discuss the specifics of your situation.