Special Adoption Program exclusively for Florida Families!
Adoption is finally affordable through our Hope For Foster Children Interstate Adoption Program!
This website will provide you with detailed information on our Interstate Foster Children Adoption Program. This program is designed as our lowest cost option on child adoption programs allowing you to begin the Interstate Foster Children Adoption Program process for only $8,500. It facilitates the adoption of younger Foster children (post infant). These Foster children are available through the Interstate Foster Care system. These children are eligible to be adopted out of the States’ child foster care system. Parental rights have become terminated in these adoptions. They can be adopted at lower costs because of recently enacted laws that allow easier facilitation of their adoption.
In this new adoption program offered by Hope For Families, you receive a full disclosure , by law, of the specific background information on each foster child, as well as all health and medical information concerning the foster child. You can adopt through this Interstate Foster Children Adoption Program with full disclosure about your Foster child and have the peace of mind that you are completing your family with that special Foster child of your choice!
Interstate adoption assists needy Foster children without parents find permanent loving families!
There are over 500,000 children in the US foster system and approximately 114,000 children are currently available for adoption. You can begin to search for Foster children through 125 links we will provide for you, but you will need to register for the Interstate Foster Children Adoption Program information first in order to utilize Hope for Families as your receiving state agency. There are strict rules designed to protect the safety of Foster children that restrict the release of information to private citizens, and the various Florida and United States state agencies will only give you the child’s information, and consider you for the Interstate Foster Children Adoption Program if you are working with a local licensed adoption agency.
Hope For Families, facilitates the adoption of Foster children who are usually 4 years and older, and sibling groups are available with no additional fees. These Foster children are living in a foster home in a state outside of Florida and are eligible to be adopted out of that States’ foster care system. Parental rights have already been terminated in these Interstate Foster Children Adoption Programs and so all placements across a state line are for permanent child adoptions according to federal regulations.
The first step is to have us complete your Interstate Foster Children Adoption Program on the website, take a parenting course, along with signing our Interstate Adoption Review Contract so that you can begin receiving detailed information about the Foster children you select within the foster system in other states outside of Florida. The Interstate Compact and State where the child lives will require you to have a licensed agency as your receiving agency so that we can assist you in receiving, assessing and reviewing the confidential information about the Foster children you are interested in adopting and coordinate with the Sending Agency for child placement.
|Available Children…Foster children may have a wide and diverse variety of ethnicity including Caucasian, Hispanic, Afro-American, Asian or bi-racial combinations.There are slightly more male Foster children than female Foster children in foster care. Adopting parents can select the gender of the Foster child or Foster children they intend to adopt.The Foster children available for the Interstate Foster Children Adoption Program are usually 4 years of age and older, and infants never seem to be placed out of the sending state. Adopting parents can select the age range for the child or children they want to adopt. Sibling groups are most common, and to keep the family intact, sometimes younger Foster children are available when the older Foster siblings are being adopted. Adopting parents can adopt several related Foster children at the same time with no extra adoption fee.|
Most children who have been in foster care have experienced some type of abandonment, neglect or abuse, and so may have special needs. Often these dear children have attachment, emotional or behavioral issues, learning or developmental delays, and suffered post traumatic stress. Less often there are physical or health issues but full disclosure of all reports is provided by the sending state before matching or selection of adopting families. Closed or semi-open Foster care adoptions are typical as the parents rights have been terminated, so that the biological parents have no identifiable data on the adopting parents and cannot interfere or ever challenge the adoption placement.
In this new Interstate Foster Children Adoption Program offered by Hope For Families, you receive by law, a full disclosure of the specific background information on each Foster child, as well as all health and medical information concerning the Foster child. You can adopt through this program with a peace of mind knowing you have all the available information about the adoptive child you are choosing before the Foster child is placed in your home. The ranking of the certain page on Google will also affect the result of the people whether choose you or someone else, this is known as the SEO program.
First explore this website as it will answer most of your questions about the Interstate Foster Children Adoption Program process. Then phone the founders of Hope for Families, Dr. Ken or Lynn Brown during the day or early evening at 772-538-4112 if you have any other questions or desire to begin an adoption.