Adoption By Choice
Adoption Options (Alberta)
Christian Adoption Services
Choices Adoption and Counseling Services
Family Services of Greater Vancouver
Sunrise Family Services Society
Adoption Options (Manitoba)
Beginnings Counselling and Adoption Services of Ontario
Agence d’adoption les enfants du Mandé
Adoption Agency and Counselling Service (Ontario)
- World View Adoption Association
- Appel inc. (Adoption permanente pour enfants latino-américains)
- Enfants d’Orient, adoption et parrainage du Québec
- Enfants du monde
- Société formons une famille inc
- TDH pour les enfants inc.
For more information about adoption professionals, check out the following posts:
After encountering various challenges with adopting through LA County, we decided that going through a private agency was a better choice for our family. We also knew that there were hundreds of agencies out there and were slightly overwhelmed by the process of...
Kindred: The Foundation for Adoption is an American foundation created by adoptees Samantha Futerman and Jenna Ushkowitz. In 2013, Samantha and Anaïs Bordier discovered that they were identical twin sisters separated at birth. When their story garnered worldwide...
"Spence-Chapin is a licensed and accredited nonprofit organization that has been offering quality adoption services for more than 100 years." Our mission is to help find loving families for children whatever their needs or circumstances, and provide counseling and...
AdoptTogether is proud to support the efforts of Kidsave. Kidsave gives often forgotten older kids living in orphanages and temporary foster homes loving parents and lifelong mentors using a unique hosting model. Kidsave's vision is a world where every child is...
"I have a strong passion to see every child in a safe, loving, forever family, and I have a deep commitment to seeing safe, loving families prepared and equipped to welcome a child into their home. Having been on the agency side of the process, I have walked with...
By Nicole Radtke When we started the adoption journey, we were confident about using our agency (Nightlight) for two main reasons. One of those being that we wanted to have a comprehensive experience. We wanted to be able to use the same agency for the home study, the...
By Deborah Gray, MSW, MPA Parents passionately want to succeed in raising emotionally healthy children. They also want to enjoy their little ones. When their children arrive later in infancy or childhood, most parents are well-aware that they are doing more careful...
by Darlynn Childress When bringing home a newborn, both adoptive and non-adoptive parents, often take a few weeks to settle in at home and get to know each other, limiting outside interests and work commitments. Adoptive parents bringing home a new child, regardless...
Adoptive parents know the adoption journey does not end the moment your child comes home. So in this video, Barbara Freedgood answers 5 five of the most common questions adoptive parents ask once their child is home. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9nZDp64tFo0 If...
Excerpt from "The Parenting Path" by Darlynn Childress, Professional Parenting Coach Step #1 CALM The modern brain often times misinterprets stressful moments as being an immediate treat to our personal safety. This triggers the amygdala to sound the alarm and the...