1. LGBTQ Couples Adoption

    LGBTQ Couples and Adoption

    Children can bring couples many delightful memories. They can also help the couple feel like a true and complete family. However, we must acknowledge that couples are no longer only men and women, but there are plenty of openly same sex couples who would also like to have a complete family of their …Read More

  2. Surrogacy Option

    Surrogacy as an Option

    The joys of starting a family can be challenging for some. However, there are several options that can help your dreams of having a family become reality. There are various options that you can choose from to start a family like adoption, traditional surrogacy, and gestational surrogacy. Although ad…Read More

  3. Pro-Choice or Pro-Life: Letting Adoption Be the Answer

    The differences between those who are “pro-life” and those who are “pro-choice” has caused a political, societal and social wedge between anyone and everyone with an opinion on this hot button topic. What many people don’t realize however is that although this is often a topic of conversat…Read More

  4. From The Eyes of a Birthmother Part II

    Now, I want to start off this second part taking it back. Lets go back to where my whole decision making process started. I know that there are 3 options when you become pregnant: Parenting, Adoption, or Abortion and for me I knew I wanted this baby. I was taught that life began at conception so the…Read More

  5. adoption process guide ebook

    Your Complete Guide to the Adoption Process

    When you are adopting a child, уоu аѕѕumе all responsibilities fоr them whісh, Aside from gіvіng you lеgаl rіghtѕ, аlѕо makes уоu the lеgаl parent. Yоu are then fully accountable for the еmоtіоnаl аnd рhуѕісаl wеll-bеіng of thе child. Whether уоu аrе a coup…Read More

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    Adoption Equality: What the Numbers are Saying

    The Case for Adoption Equality An estimated of 400,000 children in the U.S. have been removed from their homes and are now in foster care, wards of the state. With this many children, the main goal of the foster care system is to find each and every child a home within a reasonable amount of time. I…Read More

  7.        The concept of conducting a home study prior to adoption in the United States dates back to the turn of the 20th century when orphans were placed on trains that took them out of the industrialized city and into rural areas of the country where they would be …Read More