Adoption Programs


Become familiar and knowledgeable about open adoption.

Develop an awareness that the adoption process will vary depending on the wishes of the birth parents.
Begin to think about what you wish to include in your parent profile which will be viewed by birth parents, if pursing an agency adoption.

Children placed for domestic adoption come from all ethnic backgrounds. The more open you are to bi-racial, as well as African American and Hispanic infants, the shorter your wait time will be.

Talk with friends or relative who have adopted children.

To speak with an adoptive family who has worked with Adoption Choice, Inc. contact Kenton and Amie at


“We adopted our daughter from Poland. We did have several hurdles in her country, but the support we received was great. Our coordinator in her country and here were both amazing! We are working on a second adoption now.”
-The Johnsons, Adoptive Family-

If you are an expectant parent or birth parent and have any questions about the adoption process, please call an Adoption Counselor at 1-800-255-6305, or send us a text message. A counselor is available 24 hours a day/7 days a week. In no way does contacting us commit you to an adoption plan; it simply allows us to help provide you some information to help you make a decision that is in you and your child’s best interest.

If you are an adoptive parent and have questions about the process, please call one of our locations to speak with an Adoption Choice, Inc. staff member.