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The world of adoption is ever-changing. Each year the US Department of State publishes an Annual Report on Intercountry Adoption to provide an overview of adoption trends. This infographic provides...
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Because adoption is a lifelong journey.
Children's Home and Lutheran Social Service support people of all ages who have a connection to adoption: adopted persons, their families, and the broader adoption community.
We're here to help you explore adoption, celebrate diversity and connect with others in the post-adoption community. We believe everyone impacted by adoption and each member of the adoption circle deserves consideration and can benefit from access to lifelong support, education and resources.
Our post-adoption opportunities are specially designed to help you as an individual—and your extended family and community—connect with personal identity, history, experience and culture.
Children’s Home and Lutheran Social Service provide the following Post-Adoption Services regardless of your placing agency.
To learn more about our post adoption services, please visit the below pages:
Domestic Post-Adoption Services
Resources and information for individuals seeking post adoption services for domestic adoptions. | Domestic Post-Adoption Services >
International Post-Adoption Services
Resources and information for individuals seeking post adoption services for international adoptions. | International Post-Adoption Services >
Education, Engagement and Support
A list of valuable resources that offer educational and emotional support as well as opportunities to get involved in the adoption community. | Education, Engagement & Support >
MN ADOPT is dedicated to supporting and sustaining families who adopt Minnesota Waiting Children by providing online resources and referrals to therapeutic and crisis services, support groups, adoption information and comprehensive training opportunities. | mnadopt.org >
Call Waiting International Children at 651-646-6393 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org