Adopt an adolescent? People do, all the time.
We asked, you answered! How adaptable is your child?
View the replay of a webinar with adoption attorneys Denise M. Bierly, Esq., and Bobbie L. Rabuck, Esq., to learn about the foster adoption process and adoption subsidies.
Adoptive Families supports a year-round focus on foster adoption. These web resources provide support and practical assistance for families.
Pre-adolescents have special needs in a foster care placement. Our expert provides tips on how to make the transition to an adoptive home a little easier.
During the process to adopt from the foster system, we faced a series of delays. But, at the end, we found a love that was worth the wait.
"Interstate barriers keep children in foster care, while willing parents are ignored."
Answers to your parenting questions.
Read an excerpt from Perri Klass' new novel about a pediatrician who grew up in foster care — and now works with similar at-risk patients.
For the past four years, my wife and I have provided a temporary roost for kids blown about by a fate they didn't deserve.
One mom opens her home — and heart — to foster children, and finds her passion.
Strong connections to the past will allow your child to embrace the future.
"My boys were teens when I adopted them, but that doesn't mean they didn't need a mom. Even if I was only 25 at the time."
"Adopting through foster care felt like a roller-coaster ride, but we knew that we were on the right path."
The number of children adopted from foster care has dropped in recent years — and a new survey finds that Americans believe many myths about the process. Here are the facts, and real-life stories, that could help find more kids permanent homes.
With fost-adopt, I didn’t need to own a home or have $50,000 in the bank to become a parent.
A 10-year-old recalls the day a foster family became a forever family for him and his sister.
My family couldn't give Darrell the storybook life we'd all have liked. But with us, he learned to embrace the joy in life.
What we learned about talking about a child's past and attaching in the present after adopting a 10-year-old from foster care.
When a foster child who has been in your care goes back to live with his birth family, and then comes back to your home, a different child returns.