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Adopting a Child with CP
Madison Adoption Associates is pleased to announce that we have been granted new healthy slots for our Philippines adoption program! Several families are already happily on board, but we are still in need of families who would like to adopt a young, healthy child form our Philippines adoption program.
What is the Philippines adoption program all about?
There are two tracts to consider when adopting from the Philippines –healthy, and the Special Home Finding program. In the healthy program, Madison Adoption Associates receives a certain number of ‘slots’ to for families wanting to adopt a healthy, young child. Once those slots are filled, we must wait for our next allotment of slots. We are grateful to Philippines’ ICAB (Inter-Country Adoption Board) for entrusting us to find exceptional, qualified, trained families to adopt the beautiful children from their country – from BOTH of the tracts.
The Special Home Finding program is dedicated to finding adoptive families for children with special needs, be it medical, psychological, age related, or sibling groups. We receive summaries of available children on a monthly basis that we are able to share privately with qualified families. Families interested in learning more about the children available through the Special Home Finding program should complete the Prospective Adoptive Parent form.
Another option to explore whether or not an adoption from the Philippines is right for your family is the hosting program. In this program we bring children available for adoption from the Philippines to the US for 3-4 weeks in the summer. The children stay with host families while they learn about a new culture, get to know our staff, and spend time with a family. While they are here, we are all able to get to know the children better in order to be best equipped to advocate for them. The majority of children who participate in the hosting program are matched with their forever families, whether it is the host family themselves, or a family the child meets while here. Either way, the hosting program is a rewarding and fulfilling experience for all! Our hosting program is extremely community oriented, for the sake of both the children and the host families – therefore, our hosting program is only available to families in MD, PA, NJ, IL, IN, and MO.
Travel to the Philippines for your adoption trip is approximately two weeks longs. During your trip, you will not only get to meet your child and the people who have cared for him or her, but you will get to explore this beautiful country. The people of the Philippines are kind, welcoming people who take pride in their culture and customs. You will get to enjoy many things quintessentially Filipino!
Madison Adoption Associates is a Hague accredited, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to bring hope, love, and a permanent family to children in need. By serving children and families through domestic and international adoption, our work is guided by the following core principles: Conducting our business activities with our heart first and an unwavering commitm...Learn more, see kids, or contact agency 1102 Society Drive Delaware
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