Parenting is never an exact science, but we are here to help.
See below for a list of resources for adoptive parents. If there are any questions you have that are not below please feel free to contact us.
For Prospective Adoptive Parents Pursuing Infant Adoption
If you’re just starting your adoption journey, get ready to do some serious research. You will be faced with choices at every turn, and the task of sorting through all the information available on the internet can be absolutely daunting. Adoption Law Group only works with families who have already matched with a child, but we’re affiliated with several excellent organizations that can help you navigate your adoption decisions.
If you’re interested in Domestic Infant Adoption, we suggest using an adoption professional approved by AdoptMatch. AdoptMatch is a matching service that screens adoption agencies and attorneys to insure that they are practicing the highest standards of ethics in adoption. Even if you don’t choose to use their online matching services, they are a great resource for finding an excellent agency or attorney in your area.
For Prospective Adoptive Parents Considering International Adoption
International adoption can be a wonderful way to not only build your family, but to become involved in really making a difference in a child’s life and even in their community of birth. At the same time, international adoption poses significant challenges and working with an agency who can help prepare you for those challenges and navigate them as they arise is absolutely essential.
For Prospective Adoptive Parents Considering Foster Parenting in Los Angeles County
We recommend working with a private foster family agency, contracted with the Los Angeles Department of Children and Family Services, to begin your foster or foster adoption journey. Private agencies are often able to provide families with additional support groups and trainings that will be invaluable as they parent new children in their home. There are several agencies that we highly recommend:
Parenting, Counseling, and Medical Resources for Adoptive Families
It’s not uncommon for parents of adopted families to feel overwhelmed by some of the challenges associated with bringing a child into your home (or any parents for that matter!). Getting the support you need can make all the difference in the world.