International Adoption Agencies

International Adoption Agencies

 
  • AdoptionLife.org: This website has information on all aspects of adoption, has a library listing, a breakdown of adoption costs and can connect you with professionals. 
  • America World Adoption Association: (McLean, Virginia) A Christ centered organization that values the right of every child to have a family and believes adoption is a God ordained way to build a family. America World is also devoted to actively supporting orphan awareness ministries.
  • All God’s Children International: (Vancouver, WA) AGCI is an international adoption agency dedicated to uniting orphans with loving families.
  • Bethany Christian Services: (Indianapolis, Indiana) Bethany Christian Services is the largest adoption agency in the United States. Since 1982, Bethany has united thousands of international children with adoptive families.
  • CCAI Adoption Services(Centennial, Colorado) CCAI consistently strives to operate like a close and caring family with a personal touch.
  • Children’s Home Society(Saint Paul, Minnesota) In 2012, Children’s Home Society of Minnesota (CH) and Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota (LSS) combined complementary adoption services, high standards of quality and experience creating and supporting families.
  • Dillon International, Inc.: (Tulsa, Oklahoma) Dillon International has placed over 6,000 children from developing countries with loving, adoptive families in the United States.
  • Gladney Center for Adoption: (Forth Worth, Texas) For more than 125 years Gladney has been a pioneer and leading voice for improving the lives of children, adoptive families and birth parents.
  • Holt International(Eugene, Oregon) Since their founding in 1956, they have worked toward their vision to strengthen and preserve families that are at risk of separation; by providing critical care and support to orphaned and vulnerable children; and in finding families for children who need them and providing the pre- and post-adoption support and resources they need to thrive.

 




Hands of Hope Adoption and Orphan Care Ministry has compiled this list in good faith. There is no implied guarantee of accuracy of information or effectiveness of treatment. Parents should prayerfully consider all available options and make your own decisions.