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A Loving Choice Adoption Associates
A Loving Choice Adoption Associates is a licensed private non-profit agency providing caring and professional service to birth and adopting families. A Loving Choice will respect your needs and help you design an adoption plan tailored to those needs and your dreams for the child.
Adoption is . . . a loving choice
toll-free (800) 816-6311
phone (732) 224-0924
Ametz Adoption Program/JCCA
New York & New Jersey licensed adoption agency working with singles & couples pursuing domestic, international, step & second parent adoptions. JCCA’s Ametz Adoption Program offers pre and post-adoption homestudies, educational workshops & counseling to all religious & cultural backgrounds, in every stage of the adoption process. Ametz holds annual Infertility, Adoption & Family Conference, also offers professional training regarding adoption.
phone (212) 558-9949
contact: Kathy Brodsky
fax (212) 558-9993
Gladney Center for Adoption - TX
For more than 125 years Gladney has been a pioneer and leading voice for improving the lives of children, adoptive families and birth parents. With unwavering commitment, through good economic times and bad, we have focused on our mission and made a difference in the lives of birth parents, families and children here and around the world.
Countries: Bulgaria • China • Colombia • Ethiopia • Honduras • Russia • Taiwan
phone (817) 922-6000
fax (817) 922-5955
Life for Kids
As a Florida licensed, non-profit Christian adoption agency, we are committed to providing compassionate support and a full range of professional adoption services to birthmothers and adoptive families. Let us help you find the best family for you and your baby. Open adoptions, domestic and international home studies available.
phone (407) 629-5437
fax (407) 629-5812
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