Congrats to the children AdoptUSKids has helped the last decade

Adopting a child from foster care isn't for everyone.  The process can take forever, the paperwork can seem endless and the questions you get from people are off-the-wall at best.  For the 20,000 children that AdoptUSKids.org has helped place, I'm glad they now have adoptive parents that are willing to work through the process to give them a loving home. 

If you are considering becoming an adoptive parent, please ask people who have gone through the process before you make your final decision.  Our perspectives may just surprise you. 

For children in foster care available for adoption, and for whom no adoptive family has been identified, AdoptUSKids.org serves as a tool for connecting their caseworkers with prospective adoptive families. Over the last decade, 20,000 children previously photolisted on the website have been placed with adoptive families. AdoptUSKids is a service of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and Administration for Children and Families.
Infographic for AdoptUSKids Celebrating 20,000 Children Placed With Adoptive Families

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