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When performing a simple Google search, you’ll find that there aren’t too many statistics yet about the percentage of failed domestic adoptions. According to my own research, I found that about 75% of domestic adoptions are successful and only about 25% of domestic adoptions end up failing. The fact to keep in mind is that most adoptions will go according to plan, but if they don’t, there are 3 major steps you and your family can take to ensure you aren’t completely discouraged.
Stephanie and her boyfriend placed their son for adoption while they were in college. Eight years later they are able to continue to surround him with love and support through an open adoption.
I was adopted at birth from Catholic Charities in Des Moines, Iowa. My birth mother was from a small town in Illinois, and was hiding her pregnancy from her parents- well actually- hiding it from all except a very small circle of sisters and best friends. She called...
When working with families looking to adopt, one of the most common and deeply held fears they have is that they’ll never be matched with expecting parents. The reality is: that's a valid fear.They might not be matched with expecting parents. But I am a firm believer,...
Many families come to us asking what the education requirements are for adopting. The easy answer to this question is that it depends on the type of adoption you’re looking for. Foster care adoptions, International adoptions and domestic adoptions all have different requirements.
Stephanie was already parenting 3 children and battling addiction when she was 8 months pregnant. That’s when she made her decision, which impacted her life in the most beautiful ways.
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