Infographic | The Children Who Wait

Infographic | The Children Who Wait

There are many children waiting to be adopted into permanent, loving homes globally. The following graphic has been submitted by the child-placing agency Children's Home Society of Minnesota.

Children in the Children’s Home and LSS Waiting Identified Children program may be older children, siblings, children with histories of abuse and neglect, and children with medical conditions and special needs. While the infographic below is based off of their agency statistics for international adoption, it provides a glimpse at the needs of many children around the world.

Children's Home Society of Minnesota

Minnesota Based
 487 Waiting Children  8 Adoption Programs
 Call 651-646-7771 1605 Eustis Street Minnesota

With a combined 275 years of experience, Children’s Home Society of Minnesota and Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota serve children and families through adoption, child welfare, and family preservation.  We are driven by the understanding that a child in a safe, nurturing home is a child who thrives. We work to give every child security, opportunity and a loving family. Through our partnership, we offer the following services to families nationwide. We encourage you to visit the Lutheran Social Service Rainbow Kids page to view additional country programs.

International & Domestic Adoption — Respected for our legacy of excellence in adoption services, Children's Home and Lutheran Social Service believe that every child deserves a permanent, loving family. Today the need for adoption is most urgent for older children, sibling groups, children with a history of abuse and neglect, and children with known medical and special needs.

Post-Placement Support & Connections — Children's Home and Lutheran Social Service are committed to supporting all members of the adoption circle throughout their lifelong journey. We are proud to offer educational and cultural events, travel, search and background services, and opportunities to connect to the larger adoption community.

International Child Welfare — Children's Home and Lutheran Social Service recognize an inherent responsibility to improve the quality of life in countries where we facilitate international adoption. We support targeted, community-based projects that provide care, protection, health and education to vulnerable children around the world.

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