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International Adoption Agencies

336-899-0068336-899-00681208 Eastchester Drive, Suite 120
High Point, NC 27265For International adoptions, Adoption & Beyond prepares a family’s international home study and an international agency handles the international adoption process. There are many international agencies throughout the United State, and Adoption & Beyond works with a number of them. Therefore, a family has a wide range of countries and agencies from which to choose.

The below list of international adoption agencies is for your review only and is not meant to be serve as an endorsement or recommendation. It is the prospective adoptive family’s responsibility to use their best judgement when researching different international agencies and countries available for adoption and to determine their families qualification for international adoption before getting started with the home study process.

All God’s Children International

3308 NE Peerless Place

Portland, OR 97232

Phone: (503) 282-7652

Children’s Home Society & Family Services

1605 Eustis Street

St. Paul, MN 55108-1219

Phone: (800) 952-9302


6920 South Holly Circle

Centennial, Colorado 80112

Phone: (303) 850-9998

 Hopscotch Adoption

1208 Eastchester Drive, Suite 120

High Point, NC 27265

Phone: (336) 899-0068

Madison Adoption Associates

1102 Society Drive

Claymont, DE 19703

Phone: (302) 475-8977


Embryo Adoption Awareness
Embryo Adoption Awareness Center
The Embryo Adoption Awareness Center is a comprehensive, neutral information source regarding embryo adoption. Their goal is to increase awareness  throughout the United States regarding this exciting and unique adoption choice. This website contains answers to many of your frequently asked questions, videos about embryo adoption, personal stories of those who have adopted embryos and much more.
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