If you are pregnant and considering adoption, we encourage you to join Adoption-Share today. As a member, you can gather adoption information without any formal commitment. For a more in-depth inquiry, you may choose to connect with a licensed adoption agency for assistance in your state.
Hopeful Adoptive Parent through Private Infant Adoption
In private infant adoption, one truth bears repeating: network makes the dream work. Adoption-Share achieves matches and placements for adoptive parents faster by offering a network of licensed adoption agencies and adoption attorneys from all over the United States. Create a profile today and join the hundreds of other families who are using Adoption-Share to adopt!
Adopting through Foster Care
This free resource is open to licensed foster and home study approved families interested in fostering or adopting from their local child welfare agency. Create a profile and complete a compatibility assessment to be identified as a compatible match for a child needing a foster or adoptive home. Find out if Family-Match is available in your state.
Helping Professional for Private Infant Adoption
Licensed adoption agencies and adoption attorneys who may function as child-placing agents in the state they are licensed in are welcome to establish a presence in the community through the creation of an agency profile. For no cost, agents may draw from an expansive network of qualified, vetted adoptive parents and utilize specific search criteria to ensure optimal compatibility between potential adoptive parents and birth parents considering adoption for their children. Agents may also instantly exchange adoption paperwork with clients within the network. Become an agency sponsor to a person considering adoption and help them form an adoption plan.
Helping Professionals for Foster Care + Adoption
We equip child-placing agencies with innovative technology and creative solutions for tackling one of the greatest challenges child welfare professionals face: stability for children in foster care. Today, two thirds of children entering foster care for the first time will experience three or more moves within their first 12 months in care. Advancements in neuroscience reveal the negative effects frequent placement disruptions have on a child’s neurobiological development, particularly in the areas of emotional regulation and self-control. Underdevelopment in these areas of the brain increase the likelihood a child will develop negative behaviors or end up in prison, homeless, and/or a victim of human trafficking.