The word “adoption” can mean many things to different people, depending on their perspective.  LFCS seeks to be a source of accurate information and support for all who are touched by adoption.

 

Expectant Parents Considering Adoption

Considering adoption for your child is a very personal decision.  We believe it is important to have accurate information and support when determining the best path for you and your child.  At LFCS, you will have a dedicated case worker to assist you in making plans for your family, regardless of your decision to parent or to place your child.   Learn more.

 

Birth Parents, Post Adoption

Choosing adoption for your child is a unique experience that brings both joy and challenges.  Birth parents can connect with others who are on this journey through LFCS’s private, online group and local birth parent activities.  We also offer support with ongoing communication with the adoptive family of your child.

To find out how to get connected, call or email us today.

 

Hopeful Adoptive Parents

There are several paths that those hoping to adopt a child can explore before determining which one is a good fit for their family.  Every adoption requires a home study and post placement supervision.  Hopeful adoptive parents are provided with education and support through the entire process at LFCS. Learn more.

 

Adoptive Parents, Post Adoption

Adoption is a life-long experience, not just a moment in time.  LFCS provides support with ongoing communication with birth parents and experiences specific to parenting an adoptive child.

To find out how to get connected, call or email us today.

 

Adoptees

Adult adoptees may desire to learn more or connect with their birth families and their biological heritage.  LFCS assists adoptees with the search and reunion process. Learn more.

 

For information or access to any of these services please contact us in one of the following ways:

Email
Main Phone:  1-866-326-LFCS (5327)  
24-Hour Phone for Women Considering Adoption:  1-800-785-8546

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