Adopt a child from foster care
Provide a permanent loving home for a child.
According to the Child Welfare League of America, in its National Adoption Standards, adoption is the means of transferring to a child and parents all the legal rights that they would have if that child had been born to those parents.
The value of adoption is that it provides children with the basic needs of every child: the legal status, social status, and commitment that come from having a family of your own in which to grow up.
The goal of adoption is to provide a child with a family that intends to offer a lifetime relationship.
For more information about the process of adoption through foster care, please attend our next online information session. Use the Contact Us form to register.